The wellness wheel illustrates a wellness model with eight dimenions: social, physical, emotional, occupational, spiritual, intellectualy, environmental, and financial. When you lose balance within or between dimensions of thw wheel your snese of well-being decreases and you can experience distress. Learn how the wellness wheel can help you pinpoint feelings of distress and direct you to helpful resources.Learn about the wellness wheel
Looking for ways to improve your stress management, general wellness, resiliency, or mood? WellTrack is a new app that offers self-assessments, tools to manage anxiety and depression, progress tracking, and much more. It’s available to ALL IU students for FREE!
Download the WellTrack app on the Apple App Store or Google Play Store and login with your IU credentials for full, free, access.Learn more about WellTrack
Try a CAPS online workshop! These aren’t group counseling sessions—they’re more like a class led by CAPS counselors. You’ll learn strategies you can use immediately to improve symptoms of stress, depression, and anxiety, and to better manage problems that affect your success. These are FREE and held via Zoom. Current topics include Mindfulness and our general Web Workshop. View workshops
CAPS is currently offering counseling services by phone/video only. In-person visits have been suspended due to the ongoing pandemic. We are only authorized to provide virtual counseling to students in the states of Indiana or Illinois at the time of the session. However, we can provide consultation to assist students with identifying resources in their area.
All IU students who have paid the student health fee receive two free CAPS counseling visits each semester. If you’re a first-time client, you’ll also receive one free, 30-minute CAPS Now appointment to connect you to appropriate services.
To make an appointment call 812-855-5711 or schedule online.
For crisis situations and/or immediate need of support, call CAPS at 812-855-5711, 24 hours per day to talk to a crisis counselor.
You can contact your local hospital emergency department or contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or text HOME to 741741 .
If you’ve experienced a sexual assault or other types of sexual violence, call Sexual Assault Crisis Service, 812-855-8900, 24/7/365. It's free.