If you're an LGBTQIA student experiencing a crisis or if you are seeking help and support due to health concerns, sexual assault or issues related to your identity please review the resources available to you here at Tech, including 24/7.
Students who are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, please call 911 or, if on campus, call the Georgia Tech Campus Police at (404) 894-2500.
Students experiencing a crisis that requires immediate attention may speak with the Counselor On-Call at any time, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Between 8am and 5pm Monday-Friday, students should call (404) 894-2575 or visit the Center for Mental Health Care & Resources if they are in crisis. After hours, please call (404) 894-3498 and ask to speak to the after-hours counselor. You may also call the Georgia Tech police.
Off-campus crisis services
The Georgia Crisis & Access Line is staffed with professional social workers and counselors 24 hours per day, every day to assist those with urgent and emergency needs.
The Trevor Project has a range of options for LGBTQIA people in crisis and at risk of suicide to connect with a counselor including by phone, text, and instant message.
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
If you have experienced sexual violence of any kind and need to speak with someone, please call the VOICE advocates to receive confidential support.
(404) 894-2500 – After hours, call GT Police and ask to speak to the VOICE on-call advocate.
(404) 894-9000 - 24 hours information line.
STI Screening and Sexual Health
If you are concerned that you may have a sexually transmitted infection (STI) or other sexual health concern, please make an appointment to see a healthcare professional at Stamps Health Services or an off-campus provider.
Students who identify as gay, bi, or queer men (or who are otherwise men who have sex with men) and who are requesting STI Screening, HIV testing, and information about PrEP or other sexual health concerns can make an appointment to see Steven Terry, PA in Stamps.
LGBTQIA students who identify as women as well as students who were assigned female at birth (including trans men or transmasculine individuals) can make an appointment with Women's Health for pap smears/lower exams, STI and HIV screening, and other sexual health concerns. Staff in Women's Health are trained to assist trans, intersex, and gender variant students with any special concerns or considerations you may have.
For students wishing to seek services off campus, Feminist Women's Health Center can provide services on a sliding scale to LGBTQIA patients.
Support, Referrals, and General Assistance
For students who are seeking non-crisis support, please make an appointment with a professional staff member, the Center's coordinator. We can provide referrals and guidance on a range of LGBTQIA issues. You may also drop by the Center in room 140 of the flag building but please be advised that staff may not be available immediately. If you require assistance in their absence, the staff in the Women's Resource Center can provide a safe and supportive environment to discuss concerns. Please note that neither office can provide counseling support.