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Mental Health Resources

Nigel Cares is free access for all UNG students to 24/7/365 expanded mental health resources. UNG Student Counseling and Nigel Cares are here to provide you with the support you need anytime.

The University System of Georgia (USG) has partnered with Christie Campus Health to provide these expanded resources. Christie Campus Health specializes in the well being of college students nationwide. 

If you are experiencing an emergency, please contact UNG Public Safety at 706-864-1500 and/or Georgia Crisis and Access Line at 1-800-715-4225 for an on-call therapist.

Nigel Cares

Call the free 24/7/365 Support Line

833-910-3368

Services available to UNG students: 

  • In-the-moment support for mental health issues
  • Connections to next steps
  • No-cost telehealth and in-person treatment sessions, provided by a network of licensed clinicians

Student Counseling @ UNG

Call your campus office to book an appointment.

  • Blue Ridge / Dahlonega Campuses: 706-864-1819
  • Cumming Campus: 470-239-3134
  • Gainesville Campus: 678-717-3660
  • Oconee Campus: 706-310-6205

Check out our self-help videos and other self-help resources.

Student Counseling offers a variety of workshops and class presentations on a multitude of subjects. If interested, please contact your campus office.

Additional Resources Available Through Nigel Cares

Nigel Cares is a robust wellness hub with information to help you improve and maintain your wellness, be it of your mind, body, health, academics or money. 

Have a look and see where Nigel Cares can help you.

 

Download the CampusWell App

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Once installed, search for the University of North Georgia to access Nigel Cares.

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