As students at the University of North Georgia (UNG) prepare for their midterm exams this week, Dr. Simon Cordery, director of the Student Advisory Service, hopes they will remember the wide range of mental health support services available to them if they feel overwhelmed.
This semester, UNG launched Nigel Cares, a mental health support center, to complement the work of UNG’s student counseling services.
“We’re trying to reach students in new ways,” Cordery said. “Students can access these services outside of normal office hours.”
As part of this effort, all UNG students have access to the following:
A 24/7/365 mental health support line for instant support and links to next steps, regardless of time of day or location. Nigel Cares’ hotline is 833-910-3368. Up to five telehealth or in-person treatment sessions per problem, offered free of charge through a network of …Read more
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