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Mental Health Matters is a campaign that promotes awareness of mental health challenges and mental health resources to the campus community. With the rise in the mental health issues in society, we have dedicated an entire campaign for BYU students to combat this crisis. We are working to increase awareness, resources, and hope for those who face these challenges and normalize getting help.

Our next Mental Health Matters campaign will be March 7-14, 2022

Campaign Events

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Meet your CAPS Counselors!

The CAPS counselors are determined and dedicated to helping you with your mental health. There are many different counselors available. Be sure to click on their name so you may see what exactly they specialize in. When you call CAPS you can request to meet with a specific counselor, if that counselor does not have any available scheduled times, you may request a quick care session where you meet with the counselor one time. In the quick care session you can discuss with the counselor what is going on, and the counselor in turn can give you resources. There is a social worker at BYU CAPS that can help you find help elsewhere if needed.
Like a Broken Vessel.mp4

"Though we may feel we are 'like a broken vessel,' as the Psalmist says, we must remember, that vessel is in the hands of the divine potter. Broken minds can be healed just the way broken bones and broken hearts are healed. While God is at work making those repairs, the rest of us can help by being merciful, nonjudgmental, and kind."