The Rachel Upjohn Building is the home of the U-M Depression Center and of nearly all outpatient psychiatry services for children and adults at Michigan Medicine, as well as the U-M Addiction Treatment Services' outpatient programs for teens and adults. It also serves as a hub for research in mental illness and addiction.
The 112,000 square-foot, light-filled building includes:
- 330 offices for patient visits and other activities
- Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Adult Psychiatry and U-M Addiction Treatment Services clinics on the 1st level
- Research facilities on the 2nd level, including the Sleep & Chronophysiology Lab and MRI simulator
- Conference center with rooms for group and family sessions as well as classes and lectures on the garden level
Other psychiatry services, including inpatient hospital care, ECT treatment and psychiatric emergency care, remain in place at University Hospital and C.S. Mott Children's Hospital. The Neuropsychology clinic is housed at the Commonwealth building on Plymouth Road. U-M's Geriatric Psychiatry specialists see older patients at the U-M Geriatrics Center. U-M Psychiatry clinicians also care for patients at the VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System and the Washtenaw Community Health Organization.