Mental Health Resources for Spring 2022

Mental Health Resources for Spring 2022

The Mental Health Initiative of Georgia College would like to share some new mental health resources with the GC community.

Check out out https:/www.gcsu.edu/gcmentalhealth to find all of the resources available to you on campus and online.  Here is a website where you will find information about Mental Health Emergencies & Crisis resources; 24 hour support line; Online resources; Campus resources; and how to get trainings for you or your group. 

Are you concerned about someone’s mental health but don’t know what to say?   Kognito is an immersive, interactive, online training to help you learn to notice signs of distress, use techniques to discuss your concerns, and refer students to appropriate resources.   Kognito lets you practice these challenging conversations at your own pace through role-play with virtual students. To access the training go to Kognito - Counseling Services | Georgia College & State University (gcsu.edu)

Did you know if you were concerned about someone you could submit a CARE team report? University Employees from a variety of offices on campus will reach out to the student or employee and check in on them. You can submit a report here: https://www.gcsu.edu/counseling/care-team-counseling-services

 

Updated: 2022-01-19
Rachel Pope
rachel.pope@gcsu.edu
(478)-445-1670
Wellness & Recreation