Georgia Tech Launches Thrive@GT Mental Health Initiative

Georgia Tech is proud to announce a new partnership, through the University System of Georgia Mental Health Initiative, with Christie Campus Health to implement the CONNECT program. This provides a new health and well-being resource for our students called Thrive@GT. Through the program, Georgia Tech students now have access to a wellness portal, which will provide them with additional resources and support in their mental health and well-being journey. 

Thrive@GT is a tailored solution designed to support students and healthcare professionals by expanding and complementing established campus behavioral health services through USG’s CONNECT program. The components of this resource tool are managed by a highly experienced service team that is partnering with the Georgia Tech Counseling Center, the Center for Assessment, Referral, and Education (CARE)Health Initiatives, and Stamps Health Services to maintain a seamless experience for students that ensures consistent communication, education, and tracking. The overall goal is to ensure that support is available to them 24/7, every day of the year – no matter where they are. Students can access the portal through the website or by downloading the CampusWell app through the Apple App Store or the Google App Store.

“We are grateful for this partnership with the USG Mental Health initiative which allows Georgia Tech to have access to the CONNECT program's many benefits” said vice president and dean of students John M. Stein. “This additional resource is a great compliment to our campus resources and provides an additional opportunity for student support, success and well-being.”

Students can access the Thrive@GT wellness hub now at gtwellnesshub.com.  For more information on Christie Campus Health and the CONNECT program, visit Christie Campus Health.

 

 

For More Information Contact

Sara Warner
sara.warner@studentlife.gatech.edu