CAPS stands in solidarity with the Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities in the face of the most recent attacks. These acts of hate, in the context of the global pandemic, the attack on the US Capitol and acts of racial violence against African-Americans are undoubtedly impacting the mental health and well-being of our community, locally and globally. Direct and indirect exposure to such events can be troubling, concerning, and traumatizing and result in many emotional reactions. As always, if you or someone know is in distress, please know we are here to help. Students may contact CAPS at any time by calling 706-542-2273.
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.
CAPS is located on the second floor of the University Health Center, on the corner of College Station and East Campus Roads.
*Based on recommendations from UGA and the CDC, to preserve the health and welfare of our UGA community, we are conducting all services remotely at this time.
Phone: 706-542-2273 (during regular business hours)
After Hour Mental Health Crisis: 706-542-2200 (UGA Police—ask to speak to the CAPS on-call clinician)
Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) recognizes the long history and most recent acts of violence against individuals and in African-American/Black communities. We acknowledge the anxiety, fear, anger and sadness you may be experiencing right now in addition to the ever-present stress related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
We also acknowledge how these events disproportionately impact the mental health and wellness of our students in the African-American/Black communities and, subsequently, the friends, family, and partners who care for and are close to those most impacted.
CAPS would like to serve as a safe, supportive resource for you. If you need someone to talk to or would like assistance with connecting to resources, please do not hesitate to call us at 706-542-2273.
We are here. We see you. We care.
Please see our list of African-American/Black Mental Health Resources
As the University of Georgia moves forward into the 2020-2021 academic year, CAPS continues to offer services for our students primarily through Telebehavioral Health. If you are interested in learning more about CAPS and Telebehavioral Health via Zoom and would like to connect with these services, we encourage you to call CAPS at 706-542-2273. Staff are available to answer questions and to set-up free screenings during regular business hours (Monday - Friday, 8 am - 5 pm).
As always, CAPS remains available for crisis services during business hours and after-hours. You can also access additional crisis services here.
Based on recommendations from UGA and the CDC, to preserve the health and welfare of our UGA community, we are only conducting crisis services by phone at this time. If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, call 911.
As always, CAPS remains committed to supporting students. We will be posting information about additional CAPS services on this page as they become available. You can also explore our updated CAPS: Self Care page and the #BeWellUGA page, as they include a robust list of new resources.
Christie Campus Health
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. Services are free to students.