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Pride Prom 2022

We loved seeing you at Pride Prom 2022! Stay tuned for more information about our GAYPRIL events!

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Health Coaching

Health coaching supports an individual’s own motivations and strengths. Students will map their path for positive behavior change(s) through a collaborative, unbiased partnership. 706-542-8690

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Peace Corps Prep

The University of Georgia’s Office of International Education and Peace Corps host the Peace Corp Prep certificate program to help undergraduate students build the knowledge and acquire the skills necessary to join and serve in your preferred program area of the Peace Corps.


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Career Center

The career center staff facilitates, motivates, and empowers students to explore options and pursue careers. The center provides a comprehensive range of services, programs, and materials focusing on career exploration & decision-making, skill development, experiential learning, and career employment.


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Hygiene Closet

Located in Dawson Hall, the Hygiene Closet is a collaborative effort of the Student Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (SAFCS) and supported by the

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The ASPIRE Clinic

The ASPIRE Clinic provides holistic counseling and education services to the UGA and Athens communities. Counseling services including individual, couple, family therapy, financial counseling and education, nutrition counseling and education, and also legal problem solving sessions.


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UGA Psychology Clinic

The Psychology Clinic is an outpatient mental health clinic operated by the Clinical Training Program of the Department of Psychology at The University of Georgia. We are committed to providing low cost psychological services, both psychotherapy and psychological assessment, for adults, children, couples, and families in the Athens community.


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Women@UGA

Women.uga.edu highlights women’s services, organizations, programs, and events across campus. It provides a hub for safety information, community support, and advocacy for women.


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University Health Center

The University Health Center exists to advance the physical and mental health of students and other eligible members of the University community in a way that supports academic success and student retention. NOTE: All the restrooms at UHC are single-stall and marked for All Genders.


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Health Promotion

The staff of the Health Promotion Department is committed to educating students about the impact of their choices on their health, and on the community, and to promoting community norms that support health enhancing behaviors.


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Counseling and Psychiatric Services

CAPS offers short-term individual and couples therapy, group counseling, psychiatric evaluations and medication monitoring, programs and workshops, crisis intervention, and referral assistance to campus and community resources when appropriate. The CAPS liaison for the LGBTRC is Dr. Shannon Bowles.


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Sexual Health Advocacy Group

SHAG is an inclusive, student-led organization that strives to open up the conversation about sexual health, sex positivity, and sexual communication. By providing knowledge and

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Multicultural Services and Programs

The Office of Multicultural Services and Programs works to create an inclusive campus environment by supporting the development and affirming the overall experiences of all students, particularly multicultural students.


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Women’s Studies Student Organization

The Women’s Studies Student Organization is dedicated to progressive activism and building feminist solidarity in the UGA and Athens communities. We aim to create change

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Graduate Pride

A group for graduate students at UGA who identify as LGBTQIA+ to build community. The mission of Graduate Pride shall be to build community for, advocate for, and provide support to the LGBTQIA graduate and professional students at the University of Georgia.


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University Housing

The Director of the Pride Center works directly with the Department of University Housing to review all requests for accommodations. Students desiring to make a request for accommodations or who are open to having a transgender roommate may contact the Pride Center.


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Specialty Care Clinic

The Specialty Care Clinic is a Ryan White care provider that offers HIV treatment and support to those in the Athens community who are living with HIV. The Specialty Care Clinic is located within the Athens-Clarke County health department at 245 N. Harris Street where they also provide free, confidential 60-second HIV testing.


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Athens-Clark County Unified Government

The Athens/Clarke County Commission voted in 2006 to include sexual orientation and gender identity & expression in its nondicrimination policy. In addition, the Commission voted to offer domestic partner benefits for all county employees.


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Our Hope Metropolitan Community Church

Our Hope Metropolitan Community Church (MCC) is a commissioned church of Metropolitan Community Church. Like all MCC churches around the world, Our Hope plays a vital role in addressing the spiritual needs of all people, but especially the LGBTQ Community.


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