Other campus resources

Community Resources:
• National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
• National Hopeline Network 1-800-784-2433
• Georgia Crisis & Access Line 1-800-715-4225
• Trevor Lifeline (LGBTQIA community) 866-488-7386
• Grady Rape Crisis Center 404-616-4861
• Text 741-741 when in crisis for a live, trained crisis counselor
www.crisischat.org (National chat network providing online support)
www.halfofus.com (Find ways to get help and feel better)
www.jedfoundation.org (Promoting emotional health)
www.thetrevorproject.org (Saving young LGBTQ lives)

GT Campus Resources:
Counseling Center
Hours: Monday- Friday 8AM-5PM
Location: in Smithgall Student Services Suite 238 (2nd floor)
Phone: (404) 894-2575
• Free and confidential services
• Appointments can be made by phone or in person
• Emergency consultation and after-hours on-call counselor
• Individual, group, and couples counseling for enrolled GT students for a range of concerns
• Support Groups (social anxiety, grief and loss, women, men, queer, etc.)
• Workshops
• Community Workshops: Stress Management Series
• Client Workshops: Life Skills
• Assessments
• Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
• Learning Disorder (LD)
• Counseling Center will help connect you with off campus resources

Campus Police
Location: 879 Hemphill Ave NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
Phone: (404) 894-2500
• 24/7 on call counselor and 24/7 on call VOICE advocate
• Call GTPD ask for either and you will be connected
• Good Samaritan – if a student is suicidal and intoxicated/under the influence of any drug call GTPD
and neither of you will get in legal trouble for being in that condition
• Request a Crime Prevention Class
• Property & Bicycle Registration
• Open Records Requests
• Broken Down Car Assistance
• Self Defense Classes

Office of the Dean of Students
Location: Flag Building
Phone: (404) 894-6367
Petition to the Faculty
• To withdraw from all or a single class past the deadline, etc.
• Various guidelines on the website
Referral form
• Faculty, staff, students, and parents may use the form to express a concern they may have for a student.

Stamps Student Health Center/Psychiatry
Medical Clinic Hours: Mon – Wed, 8- 5 , Thurs – 9-5 , Fri – 8- 5
Online Reservations
Phone: 404.894.2584
Location: 275 Fifth Street, N.W; beside CRC
• The Health Center is staffed by licensed physicians, registered nurses, medical and x-ray technologists,
health educators and pharmacists.
Stamp’s Psychiatry:
• To make an appointment call 404-894-2585
• Can prescribe medication; 6 visits a year
• Care coordinators will help refer students off campus as needed

Health Promotion:
Open hours: Mon – Wed, Fri 8am – 5pm, Thurs 9am – 5pm
Phone: 404.894.9980
Location: 275 Fifth Street, N.W
• Health Promotion provides information and help in all the following areas: Nutrition, Alcohol and Other Drug Use, Tobacco Cessation, Fitness, Sexuality Issues, Sexual Assault Resources, and more.
• Health Promotion has a dietician on staff that students can meet with for just $5. Make an appointment   to discuss healthy eating, gaining or losing weight, or general nutrition call

During business hours: (404) 385-4464 or (404) 385-4451
After hours: (404) 894-2500 – Call GT police and ask to speak to the on-call advocate
24 Hour Info Line: 404-894-9000
Location: Flag building
• Victim/Survivor Advocates
• These trained individuals can assist with support, resources and academic accommodations.
• Confidential Reporting Source
• Confidential Reporting Form (CRF) – -> for any type of harassment

Women’s Resource Center
Open hours: Mon – Fri 8am – 4pm
Phone: 404.894.1434
Location: Second floor Student Health Center
• Birth control consultations
• Routine exams are provided by a women’s health nurse practitioner (gynecological exams)
• STD Testing
• They do provide “morning after” or emergency contraception and that this must be done on a walk-in basis either through Women’s Clinic or the walk-in system (triage) on the first floor for medical reasons.

LGBTQIA Resource Center
Phone: (404) 385-2679
Location: Flag Building Suite 115A
• Q Chats
• Student Discussion Groups
• Men’s group, women’s group, queer people of color group, and trans, gender non-conforming, and gender-questioning group
• Safe Space Training
• Equips students and employees with the knowledge and skills to support a peer who comes out to them and to be effective allies to LGBTQIA communities

QPR Trainings:
• Question Persuade Refer (QPR)
• Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training – learn how to recognize the warning signs of suicide, offer hope and help save lives.
• Interested Individual: Register for a free QPR training today at http://endsuicide.gatech.edu/content/qpr-training
• Interested Group: If you are interested in getting a group trained please email endsuicide@gatech.edu to get connected with one of the Initiative’s QPR Instructors

Peer Coaching:
• Students can serve as a mental health resource for fellow students by providing support, education, and tools to thrive at Georgia Tech
• Coaches develop increased self-awareness, strong communication and collaboration skills and are equipped to navigate mental health conversations in a personal and private setting with peers from diverse backgrounds
• Learn more and connect with a peer coach at http://peercoaching.gatech.edu

Student Temporary Assistance and Resources
Phone: 404-894-6367
• Housing
• Temporary housing available to students who become unexpectedly displaced or put under financial stress
• Professional Attire
• Campus Closet
• Food
• Klemis Kitchen (on campus free food for students in need)
• Financial Support
• Dean Griffin Hip Pocket Fund (interest free loans)

The Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL):
Phone: 404-894-4474
Location: Tech Tower
• Courses for graduate students on teaching, academic writing, presentation skills, oral and written language skills for international students
• 1-1 consultations for developing teaching skills and for professional development

The Language Institute:
Phone: 404-894-2425
• Helps international students improve their English proficiency

Office of International Education:
Phone: 404-894-7475
Location: Savant Building
• International Student & Scholar Services
• Assists students who are F-1 and J-1 Visa holders

Office of Minority Education & Development (OMED)
Phone: 404-894-3959
Location: Chapin Building
• Offers a variety of programs to provide academic and social support to minority students

ADAPTS (Disability Services):
Phone: 404-894-2563
Location: Flag Building
• Ensures equal access to institutional programs and services for students with disabilities

Employee Assistance Program:
Phone: (678)-616-TECH (8324)
• All healthcare benefits eligible employees and their families have access to the program
• Services are free and confidential, within the bounds of the law. The EAP is available
24/7/365 and to see the list of services it provides go to http://hwb.gatech.edu/eap

Academic Resources:
• Tutoring – http://success.gatech.edu/tutoring/1-to-1
• Search 1-1 tutoring
• Click on make an appointment
• 2 appointments per 5 days

Academic Coaching:
• Make appointment through 1-1 tutoring website
• Allows you to have more 1-1 tutoring session a week
• Various workshops – REBOOT, study strategies, time management etc.
• PLUS sessions – http://success.gatech.edu/tutoring/plus
• Commons Tutoring – http://success.gatech.edu/tutoring/commons
• Academic Grievance form: http://www.provost.gatech.edu/academic-grievance-policy