Georgia Tech Police Department
Emergency: Call 911 | 404-894-2500
Vice President for Student Life & Dean of Students Office
404-894-2565 | studentlife.gatech.edu
The Office of the Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students provides a number of services to assist students with medical and personal emergencies. In the event of an after-hours emergency, individuals should contact the Georgia Tech Police Department at (404) 894-2500 and request that the “Dean on Call” be contacted. There is an emergency “Dean on Call” at all times to assist students in need.
After-Hours Assistance Line & Dean on Call
In the event of an after-hours emergency, individuals should contact the Georgia Tech Police Department at (404) 894-2500 and request that the “Dean on Call” be contacted. There is an emergency “Dean on Call” at all times to assist students in need.
Center for Assessment, Referral and Education (CARE)
404-894-3498 | care.gatech.edu
Georgia Tech now has a single point of entry through which students will access mental health resources and services on campus and in the community. Located on the first floor of the Smithgall Student Services (Flag) Building, CARE is the primary resource for mental health support at Georgia Tech. Students seeking assistance from the Counseling Center or Stamps Psychiatry need to visit CARE first for a primary assessment and referral to on and off campus mental health and well-being resources.
404-894-2575 | counseling.gatech.edu
The Counseling Center offers a full range of counseling and psychological services to help facilitate lifelong personal development, promote mental health, and prevent or reduce stress. Services include: individual, group or couples counseling, workshops, emergency & crisis services, testing & assessment, referral services, Collegiate Recovery Program, and the Peer Coaching Program.
Stamps Psychiatry Center
404-894-1420 | health.gatech.edu/services/psych
Psychiatry provides general psychiatric services to undergraduate and graduate students and their spouses. This includes thorough psychiatric evaluations and medication management for depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, substance abuse, and other mental health issues. These services are provided by board-certified psychiatrists and care coordinators who collaborate with the Georgia Tech Counseling Center to ensure that students receive comprehensive care.
Wellness portal of mental health and well-being resources provided in partnership through the University System of Georgia's Mental Health Initiative. Students will find articles and resources that compliment the programs and services offered at Georgia Tech and provide additional resources for their mental health and well-being journey.
LGBTQIA Resource Center
404-385-4780 | lgtbqia.gatech.edu
The Center coordinates a range of programs and events throughout the year aimed at educating faculty, students, and staff about LGBTQIA issues, providing safe spaces for LGBTQIA students to build community and explore their identities, and facilitating conversations about LGBTQIA diversity, equity, and inclusion.
404-894-4462 | 24/7 Info Line: 404-894-9000 | voice.gatech.edu
VOICE provides support to victim-survivors of sexual violence and those supporting survivors as well as educates the campus community about healthy relationships and sexual violence.
Women’s Resource Center
404-385-0230 | womenscenter.gatech.edu
Founded in 1998, the Women's Resource Center serves the needs and interests of female students at Georgia Tech, as well as promotes understanding among the Institute's diverse community. It offers a wide range of programming on women's issues and interests, helping female students expand their networks, develop leadership skills, and come togheter for social and service events.
Veterans Resource Center
404-894-4953 | veterans.gatech.edu
The Veterans Resource Center at Georgia Tech is dedicated to serving students who are veterans, military, reservist, guard members, and dependents by providing comprehensive support services that enhance and complement the academic experience.
Georgia Crisis and Access Line*
1-800-715-4225 | mygcal.com
The crisis line is staffed with professional social workers and counselors 24 hours per day, every day, to assist those with urgent and emergency needs.
1-866-488-7386 | thetrevorproject.org
Trained counselors are available to support anyone in need 24/7.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline*
1-800-273-8255 | suicidepreventionlifeline.org
A national network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24/7.
Georgia State Psychology Clinic*
404-413-2500 | psychologyclinic.gsu.edu
The clinic offers high quality and affordable psychological services to adults, children, adolescents, families and couples from the greater Atlanta area.
Additional Training Opportunities
QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer—the 3 simple steps anyone can learn to help prevent suicide. The most widely taught gatekeeper training in the world, QPR is designed to help any and every one learn how to recognize the warning signs of suicide, offer hope, and help save lives. Participants will learn how to intervene with an individual at-risk, persuade them to get help, and guide them to the appropriate resources.
Safe Space Training
Safe Space is Georgia Tech’s LGBTQIA ally training program for faculty, staff, and affiliates. Training sessions are open to all employees and GT affiliates who have a sincere interest in learning more about how to practice allyship to the LGBTQIA community. Are you an undergraduate or graduate student? Sign up for one of our Safe Space: Peer Education sessions instead.
Mental Health Resource Folder
Additional copies of the Mental Health Resource folder are available through the Division of Student Life. To request additional copies, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and include your name, department, number of copies requested and mailing code for delivery.
Faculty How to Guide: Traumatic Events
As faculty, you may be the most constant figure in students’ lives. When tragedy strikes – whether it is a student death, social justice cause, car accident, fire or hurricane, students will look to you to help them sort out their feelings and thoughts about the situation, the meaning it might have in their lives, and how to deal with the aftermath. And remember that a student doesn't need to be connected to the tragedy to be affected.