Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) 
CAPS is dedicated to student mental health and wellbeing. We support students in achieving both academic and personal life goals. CAPS is committed to providing high quality, affordable, and confidential services to UGA students and their eligible partners.

Student Care and Outreach 
706-542-7774 –
Student Care and Outreach coordinates care and assistance for all students, undergraduate and graduate, who experience complex, hardship, and/or unforeseen circumstances, by providing individualized assistance and tailored interventions.

Psychology Clinic (UGA)
The Psychology Clinic is an outpatient mental health clinic operated by the Clinical Training Program of the Department of Psychology at The University of Georgia.

Center for Counseling and Personal Evaluation (UGA)
The Center for Counseling and Personal Evaluation provides professional services for a wide range of interpersonal, behavioral, and educational concerns. 

The ASPIRE Clinic offers an array of services that include individual, couple, and family therapy, financial counseling and education, nutrition counseling and education, and also legal problem solving. 

Health Promotion 
Health Promotion strives to advance the wellbeing of our students and the UGA Community through health promotion and wellness programs.

University Health Center 
706-542-1162 –
The UGA Health Center is your one-stop-shop for integrated medical, wellness, and counseling services. Every student is assigned a primary care provider home (Red, Gold, Blue, and Green). We are a fully integrated model which means we treat and recommend services that are unique to each patient’s needs, whether that is treating illness, providing wellness resources, counseling, health coaching, and more.

Division of Student Affairs 
706-542-3564 – 
UGA Student Affairs inspires students to engage meaningfully, grow intellectually, and build character so they will create thriving communities.

Office of Instruction
The Office of Instruction is responsible for supporting teaching, advising and student learning on UGA’s main and extended campuses. 

Wellbeing and Success Initiative
This collaborative initiative provides campus leadership for a broad range of clinical and non-clinical programs, resources, and services to promote student well-being and success. These efforts directly foster the holistic development of students, including the domains of mental health, wellness, student transition, and financial literacy.

Student Resources

Community Wellness Resources

UGA Christie Campus Resources gives you 24/7 access to counselors and mental health resources to help you cope with concerns that very from minor and manageable to severe.

24/7/365 mental health support line for in-the-moment support and linkages to next steps, regardless of time of day or your location. Call us anytime, any place at 833-910-3371.

No cost Telehealth and in-person treatment sessions provided by a diverse network of licensed mental health clinicians. To learn about your options just call us at 833-910-3371.

Virtual Psychiatric Clinics to offer assessment and medication management. To learn about your options just call us at 833-910-3371.

Personal Student Navigators to assist with referral coordination and support.
A Self-directed iCBT program designed exclusively for students. To get access to this program please contact the counseling center at 833-910-3371.

“The Wellness Hub” which includes an App and an online wellness magazine with educational content, self-help tools and resource links. Click here to access the Christie Campus Health UGA Wellness Hub:

Mental Health Support: Students Living or Traveling Internationally

The following services are available:

  • 24/7/365 support line
  • Five no-cost therapy visits per issue per year
  • Wellness Hub website
  • Student app (iConnectYou): 24/7 access to informational resources and instant video, SMS text, instant messaging or phone chat with a counselor

Students outside of the US can receive emergency, in-the-moment support, and referrals to counseling in most home countries.

The JED Foundation (JED) provides a comprehensive public health approach in promoting emotional well-being and preventing suicide and serious substance abuse.

From Dec. 7 to Jan. 11, the University of Georgia administered the Healthy Minds Study, a web-based survey study examining mental health, service utilization, and related issues among undergraduate and graduate students. 

Development of a strategic plan for promoting emotional well-being and preventing suicide and serious substance abuse. Campus education and engagement services and a mental health resource library.

In recognition of the unique needs of each campus, USG will provide mini-grants to support mental health and wellness. These funds may establish new technology resources, increase campus programming or enhance communications.