The Georgia State Counseling Center is committed to ensuring access to mental health support services. Through innovative practices and effective intervention, over the past six years, the center has increased access to serve 65 percent more students. In 2019-20, the center conducted more than 12,000 appointments.
This year, students will not only be eligible to utilize the suite of services offered by the Counseling Center, students will also benefit from expanded mental health services funded by and provided through the University System of Georgia Mental Health Initiative. This includes a partnership to expand counseling services through Christie Campus Health (CCH) as well as comprehensive suicide prevention consultation in partnership with the Jed Foundation.
- Dr. Mikyta Daugherty, director of Counseling Services
All enrolled students have access to both Georgia State Counseling Center services and the services offered by the University System of Georgia.