Health & Wellness

On-Campus Health and Wellness Resources


Our partners in Health Promotion are an LGBTQIA-friendly resource for students.

The Get Yourself Protected program provides free condoms and other sexual health supplies at locations across campus on this list.

Yoga for EveryBody (a program of the Body Image Campaign) provides a welcoming environment for people of all genders and sexual orientations who are looking to engage in a mindful and stress-relieving (and free!) yoga practice.

Our VOICE Advocates, Jennifer Gagen and Amanda Planchard, provide support to survivors of sexual assault, stalking, and intimate partner violence. Both Jennifer and Amanda have completed Safe Space training.

Dr. Aby Parsons in the LGBTQIA Resource Center is a confidential reporting source for anyone who has experienced sexual violence, stalking, and intimate partner violence.

Health Educators in Health Initiatives also partner with the LGBTQIA Resource Center for our Queer Health and Wellness Workshop series, which includes sexual health and healthy relationships programs.

In Stamps, Women's Health provides sensitive and culturally competent care to trans men and transmasculine students. Check out their information about how to update your patient record with your chosen name and pronouns. 



Off-Campus Health and Wellness Resources


Mental Health and Crisis Support

The Trevor Project provides 24/7 crisis intervention and suicide prevention support for LGBTQIA youth via phone, text, and online chat.

Trans Lifeline is a hotline for trans people who need support. The line is staffed by trans volunteers. 



HIV/AIDS and Sexual Health

AID Atlanta

Feminist Women's Health Center

Planned Parenthood Southeast

Positive Impact

Someone Cares




Transgender Health

Please check out our Transgender Health and Wellness Resources list for therapists and healthcare providers that serve trans communities.