Emergency Appointments are available for students with imminent concerns.
Suicidal thoughts, intent, plan, and/or other risks of harm against one self
Homicidal thoughts, intent, plan, and/or other risks of harm against other(s)
Recent traumatic event (e.g., survivor of a crime or natural disaster; sexual and/or physical assault)
Recently experienced the loss of a loved one
Severe reaction to a psychiatric medication
Perceptual disturbances, such as hearing things or seeing things that others do not hear or see
Difficulty providing for one's own basic needs, such as housing, food, clothing, hygiene
Harassment, bullying, discrimination, and/or oppression
Counselors are available to meet with clients in crisis on a walk-in basis during open business hours. No appointment is necessary.
For after-hours assistance, please call the 24-hour Georgia Crisis & Access Line (GCAL) at 1-800-715-4225. GCAL provides consultation and crisis counseling. They also have at their disposal a mobile crisis response unit that they can dispatch to any location at any time to provide in-person assistance. You can also call 9-1-1, and/or find safe transportation to the nearest emergency room/department.