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With so many factors that can affect your health, safety, academic success, and overall well-being, Care@GSW was created to make sure students have resources they need. Care@GSW encompasses a number of programs and resources that work together to foster an environment for student success.

Care@GSW gives students 24/7 access to mental health resources and certified counselors to help them cope with concerns.

Campus Resources

Student Health and Counseling Services

GSW Wellness Hub

Recreation & Wellness

Academic Resources

Public Safety

Report a Concern

Department Contact

Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities

Student Success Center

833-646-1526 24/7 Support Line


Resources Available to Students

Through CARE@GSW, students have access to the following valuable resources:

UWILL - A 24/7/365 mental health support line for in-the-moment support and linkages to next steps, regardless of time of day or your location. Call anytime, anyplace at 833-646-1526.

  • No cost telehealth and in-person treatment sessions provided by a diverse network of licensed mental health clinicians.
  • Virtual Psychiatric Clinics to offer assessment and medication management. Referral to Psychiatric Clinics comes from Student Counseling Services. 

GSW Counselor – Onsite counseling services for scheduled appointments and emergencies Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. at

Start Your Recovery - A single source of relatable, reliable information at any stage of your substance use recovery journey. Visit online at

24/7/365 Access to a Counselor

24/7 clinical support phone support from a licensed counselor is available at (833)-855-0079. You’ll be connected to a licensed mental health counselor in about 30 seconds or less, who will listen, offer guidance, or help you set a plan.  The 24/7 support line counselors offer immediate support, regardless of your location, to help you manage your concerns or whatever prompted your call. Common reasons students call include:

  • Feelings of anxiety, depression, or stress
  • Relationship problems or worries
  • Grief and loss
  • Help with coping skills
  • Support between therapy sessions
  • Adjusting to your new college environment
  • Feeling lonely, missing home or friends

Prescription Services for Mental Health Medication

You have access to an online prescribing clinic for evaluation and management of mental health medications. You can also meet with a provider for assessment to initiate medication or to support your ongoing mental health needs. To access these services, please contact (229) 931-2708 to get a referral.

Additional Care services are offered through the Office of Student Health & Counseling Services - call 229-931-2708 or email to schedule and on campus Counseling session.