Health and Wellness
- Services provided by the Office of Counseling and Disability Services are being provided both in-person and via Zoom for new and existing clients, subject to applicable state laws and counseling licensure Students can contact the office at (404) 880-8044 to discuss appointment options. The office staff will make every effort to contact existing clients to see how they are doing and offer services.
- Additional information will be provided before the start of the Spring 2021 semester with students who are out-of-state, and remain enrolled, regarding telehealth services to support both their academic experience and mental well-being. Psychology Today and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Association National Helpline can also provide referrals for anyone looking for a provider closer to
- If a student finds themselves having thoughts of self-harm or suicide and needing to talk to someone, the student should text “Help” to 741741 or call 911 (or 8911 if living on campus) or the National Suicide Hotline at 800-273-8255.
- As students make adjustments to the Spring 2021 semester, the University Chaplain and the Office of Religious Life remain available to help build community, both in-person and virtually. Students desiring to seek ways to maintain a connection to the CAU community may email, call, text, or follow the University Chaplain and the Office of Religious Life on Instagram at @causeorl for opportunities to engage in small group discussions, Bible study, and Sunday worship which will feature an inspirational message. Please follow @causeorl to receive updated announcements.
- Should students need the Chaplain specifically for prayer concerning the loss of a family member, hospitalization, or other unexpected circumstance, or pastoral counseling for anxiety, loneliness, life direction, etc., they should contact Rev. Dr. Tonya Miles at 404-880-8041 (or via e-mail at email@example.com) or Ms. Cynthia Winzer at 404-880-6119 (or firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Students seeking to register with the Office of Counseling and Disability Services may continue to do so, regardless of whether students are on-site or engaged in remote If there are questions or concerns regarding one’s accommodations, please contact Dr. Arber Winn, Assistant Director of Disability Services, at 404-880-8044 or via email at email@example.com
- Winn will be available to meet with academic deans and faculty to discuss the implementation of reasonable accommodations for students with documented disabilities and ensure the accommodation continue as needed.