Where To Go For Help Or Information On Campus:

If you are experiencing an emergency, call University Police at (678) 839-6000.

RXCom Resources

Counseling Center

Location: Row Hall
Phone: (678) 839-6428

Visit Counseling Center Site

If you are experiencing an emergency, you may call University Police at (678) 839-6000 or (678) 839-6428, option 2, to be connected with support. 

Assessment and Intervention for:

Adjustment to college
Relationship difficulties
Depression, stress, and anxiety
Substance abuse, addiction
Rape, incest, abuse or other personal violations
Eating disorders
Anger problems
Sleep problems
General personal concerns
Crisis or trauma intervention


Personal Counseling
Career and educational counseling
Computer assisted career exploration
Study skills: reading, note-taking, test anxiety, time-management
Support services for International students
Disabilities Support Services

Health Services

Location: Health Center 
Phone: (678) 839-6452

Visit the Health Services Site

For after hours sexual assault or other emergency assistance, please call (678) 839-6000.

Assessment for:

  • Depression, anxiety, panic attacks, suicidal ideations
  • Sleep disorders
  • Eating disorders
  • Substance abuse
  • Pregnancy
  • Sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV/AIDS
  • 24/7 Sexual Assault services

Intervention/ Advocacy for:

  • Pregnancy, prenatal care, adoption and abortion referral sources
  • Sexual Assault, Intimate/domestic partner violence
  • Obtaining prescription meds via “Needy Med” program
  • Medical problems that interfere with academic progress


  • Crisis intervention
  • Medical and gynecological evaluation/treatment
  • Contraceptives
  • Asthma/allergy treatments including injections
  • Outpatient observation which may include IV fluids
  • EKG, Pulmonary function, Pulse oximetry services
  • Burn and wound care
  • Lab services including biopsies
  • Immunizations
  • Health Education

Health Educators

Location: Row Hall East, 304
Phone: (678) 839-4164

Location: Row Hall East, 302
Phone: (678) 839-0642


University Police

Phone: (678) 839-6000

Visit the Police Site

A State Certified Police Department that is:

  • Available 24/7/365
  • Dedicated to the protection of the University and its students
  • 21 trained police officers
  • An Investigative staff who investigate all campus criminal incidents

Call University Police if you:

  • Are a victim of a sexual assault
  • Are threatened, harassed, or stalked
  • Are a victim of a property crime
  • Need medical assistance
  • Are depressed and need to contact a counselor
  • Witness a crime
  • Know someone in need of help but don’t know where to turn

LGBTQ+ Resources

Queer Student Alliance: West Georgia's LGBTQ+ student organization

All Gender & Accessible Restrooms: A map of all single-occupant, all-gender and accessible restrooms on the UWG Carrollton Campus.

UWG Cares

If you or someone you know is in a distressing situation, support is available through UWG Cares. You will find helpful resources for students, faculty, and staff on a variety of issues including:

  • Safety concerns (personal or for the welfare of someone in the UWG community)
  • Medical concerns
  • Multicultural, psychological, and personal issues
  • Interpersonal conflict both in workplace and amongst students

Visit UWG Cares to report a concern

Where To Go For Help Or Information Off Campus

Health Resource Q&A

Go Ask Alice

Sexual Assault Response

Prevention Advocacy Resource Center (PARC)
Carrollton, GA

HIV/AIDS Testing Resources

Positive Response
Carrollton, GA

AID Atlanta - Newnan
Newnan, GA