Staff members at Texas A&M University Counseling and Psychological Services work ceaselessly to shut down stigma, coordinate resources and empower Aggie students to take control of their lives.
By Bailey Payne ’19
Illustrations by Matt Chinworth
If you would like to assist CAPS in addressing Aggies’ most pressing mental health needs, consider engaging in the giving and volunteer opportunities below and stay up to date through the program’s social media channels.
Volunteer for Aggies Reaching Aggies
CAPS’ Suicide Awareness & Prevention Office is looking for former student volunteers in the College Station area to assist in its peer educator program. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about how you can get involved.
Give to the CAPS Excellence Fund
The CAPS Excellence Fund supports Suicide Awareness & Prevention programs as well as overall mental health initiatives for Aggies. You can make direct contributions to the fund at give.am/CAPS.
Become a HelpLine Volunteer
HelpLine is actively recruiting responsible, dependable people in the College Station area who are willing to be trained extensively to provide a nonjudgmental listening ear to Aggie callers. For more information, visit caps.tamu.edu/helpline.
Donate to the Houston A&M University Mothers’ Club HelpLine Endowment
Established in 2014, this endowed fund bolsters HelpLine’s critical advertising efforts and provides amenities for volunteers. To donate to the HelpLine endowed fund, visit give.am/HoustonMCHelpLine.