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May is Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. The University of Georgia is committed to the health and well-being of all students. Checking in with yourself regularly and understanding the signs of stress and anxiety are the first steps in prioritizing your mental health. The University of Georgia offers online resources for students who are interested in additional support.

Christie Campus Health

Christie Campus Health provides 24/7 access to counselors and resources for students to cope. Resources include no-cost Telehealth sessions with a diverse network of licensed clinicians and a 24/7/365 mental health support line. Students can call 833-910-3371 at any time for support for minor and severe concerns. In addition to the hotline and the available counselors, “The Wellness Hub” is a collection of resources such as education magazines, an app, and self-help tools.


Headspace is a mindfulness and meditation app designed to help students improve self-compassion, reduce strain and burnout and decrease mind wandering. The app promotes meditation to aid students in managing their feelings and thoughts.


Combining science and student-powered design, Nod is an app that helps students build social connections. It is a free app for UGA students that equips them with the skills they need to form relationships. The app is backed by positive psychology, cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness self-compassion. Nods mission is to increase campus belonging, increase social support and combat loneliness and depression.


SilverCloud is a self-guided online program that students can access 24/7. Used to manage stress and teach coping skills, SilverCloud allows students to navigate through individual programs targeting their own needs. There is also an option to work with a coach. SilverCloud helps with stress, depression, anxiety, insomnia, substance abuse and self-care.


Togetherall a free platform like a social network where students can interact with others to share thoughts and feelings. It is an anonymous peer-to-peer platform moderated by trained professionals 24/7/365. Students can talk about experiences, ask for advice or just talk to others on the platform in exchange for providing comfort and showing empathy to others. The platform also allows students to create artwork, use e-journaling tools and take self-help courses. Students can register for Togetherall with their UGA email address.

For more resources please visit

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline


National Suicide Hotline


877-784-2432 (Spanish)

After Hours Mental Health Crisis (Provided by CAPS)


Free and Confidential help from UHC Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Advocates


National Crisis Text Line

# 741741

National Crisis Call Center

1-800-273-8255 and Textline # 839863

National Sexual Assault Hotline