Many in our Emory community have been impacted by the current political climate.  At CAPS, we are committed to affirming value, inclusivity, and belonging.  We deeply value our global and diverse community, which includes international students, faculty, and staff.

We take a stance against discrimination and oppression in any form.

CAPS provides a safe space for addressing the impact of the political climate on students’ well-being.  If you are experiencing negative treatment, threats, or more subtle forms of oppression because of your race or ethnicity, religious affiliation, country of origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, or other aspect of your identity, we are here to support you. 

You may contact us at (404) 727-7450.

We encourage any student who is struggling with the personal impact of the political climate to reach out.

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Election Resources

Emory Resources

Center for Women at Emory

International Student & Scholars Services (ISSS)

LGBT Life

Office for Racial & Cultural Engagement (RACE)

Office of Spiritual and Religious Life (OSRL)

Faculty Staff Assistance Program (mental health support for visiting scholars and fellows): 404-727-4328;

Other Resources

Crisis Text Line:  Text “START” to 741 741 (Text “Steve” to be matched with a BIPOC responder)

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Managing Stress Related to Political Change

4 Ways to Cope when Politics are Stressing You Out

Contact and Hours of Operation

Address: 1462 Clifton Road, Suite 235, Atlanta, GA 30322
Phone: (404) 727-7450
Fax: (404) 727-2906
Crisis Consultation: Call (404) 727-7450, 8:30-3:30, Monday-Friday
Hours of Operation: 8:30-5:00, Monday-Friday

PLEASE NOTE: If Emory University is closed due to weather or other emergency, then CAPS is also closed. In such circumstances, students will be contacted to reschedule appointments once the university reopens.