Health & Wellness
Workforce Well-Being

One of the advantages of training in a world-class health system is that you and your loved ones have access to expert care and robust services to fit your needs.

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Health & Wellness

The University of Michigan offers a range of health and wellness services and activities. As a member of our community, you and your dependents may be eligible for health care coverage. The Michigan Medicine Wellness Office has numerous resources and programs for workforce well-being. If you're looking for ideas on recreational activities, arts and culture, places to eat, or even regional trips around the area, check out Things to Do in Ann Arbor and choose your destination!

Health isn't just physical, it's mental too. There are many resources on campus to support you and your loved ones. Visit our Mental Health Services page for services to support your healthiest, happiest you.

Health Services

Find resources for support in your academic and professional success, from basic needs to disability accommodations.

Mental Health Services

Access to counseling and psychological services, peer support, mental health toolkits, plus veteran and military services.

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Well-being is a life-long journey. Use the University of Michigan’s model of well-being to find resources and support for every part of your personal well-being.

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    Membership at U-M Recreational Facilities is free for enrolled students and available at a discounted price for faculty and staff. Find anything from team sports to in-person and virtual exercise and relaxation classes.

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