Albany State University Title IX Office
Title IX Coordinator

CaDedria D. Hill

Billy C. Black Building Room 383G

Office: (229) 430-0538

Cell: (229) 809-1113

Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.; after hours for emergencies call The ASU Police Department at (229) 430-4711

Albany State University Counseling
and Student Disability Services

Provide counseling, support and referrals to ASU students.

New Student Center, Green Zone

Monday-Friday, 8:00a.m.-5:00p.m., after hours by appointment.

(229) 903-3610 (229) 317-6734

After hours call ASUPD and the counselor on call will be contacted.

229-430-4711

Albany State University
Student Health Services

Provides consultation and general health services for ASU students and coordinates referrals when students have more extensive health care needs.

Family Nurse Practitioner

504 College Drive

Billy C. Black Building Ste. 138

Office: (229) 430-4766 or (229) 317-6584

Hours: 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday; after hours for emergencies

Albany State University
Police Department

Incident reporting and resource referrals.

504 College Drive

Albany, Georgia

(229) 430-4711

Hours: 24/7

Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.; after hours for emergencies

Albany State University
Housing & Residence Life

Incident reporting and resource referrals.

ASU Residence Life Employees or Resident Assistants

Residence Hall 3

(229) 430-4741 or (229) 317-6451

Hours: 24/7

Albany State University
Office of Student Affairs & Success

Incident reporting and resource referrals.

Dean of Students/ Interim Vice-President

New Student Center (Orange Zone)

(229) 903-3606

Albany State University
Judicial Officer

Student Ethics & Integrity Coordinator

New Student Center (Orange Zone)

Office: (229) 420-7030

Office Hours 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday

Albany State University
Faculty Senate President

Incident reporting and resource referrals.

facultysenate@asurams.edu

Office Hours: By appointment.

Albany State University
Staff Council President

Incident reporting and resource referrals.

staffcouncil@asurams.edu

Office Hours: By appointment.

Albany State University
Center for the African American Male (CAAM)

CAAM is an Albany State University initiative which is designed to promote a positive self-image in the African American Male. This initiative is designed to embrace the African American male and offer each member opportunities for personal and professional growth and development through activities such as community involvement, mentoring, tutoring and male dialogues.

Reese Building Second Floor

229-430-1821

Aspire

Behavioral Health, Addictive Disease, Crisis Stabilization and Developmental Disability Services

601 W. 11th Avenue

Albany, GA 31701

229-430-1842

Dougherty County Health Department

Women’s Health Services

1710 S. Slappey Blvd.

Albany, Georgia 31701

(229) 430-6200

Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm

Elements Counseling & Life Coaching

229-483-5050

1511 W Third Ave., Ste. 104
Albany, GA 31707

Faith Community Outreach

Shelter for homeless and abused women and children.

229-436-0807

Insight Psychotherapy & Assessment Services

1908 Dawson Rd
Albany, Georgia 31707
By appointment only

229-431-1107

Liberty House

Provides emergency shelter and outreach services to all victims of domestic violence. All services are free.

24-hour Crisis Lines
229-439-7065 or 800-334-2836

Lily Pad Center
(Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner)

Lily Pad provides 24/7 compassionate, comprehensive care and follow-up services to sexual assault and child abuse victims and their families. There is no charge to victims who receive direct services from the Lily Pad.

320 W. 2nd Ave
Albany, GA 31701

24-hour crisis line
229-435-0074

Open Arms, Inc.

Provides services to children, adults and families in need of support, intervention and prevention as a result of child abuse and homelessness.

420 Pine Ave.
Albany, GA 31701
Monday-Friday 8:00a.m.-5:00p.m.

229-431-1121

24 hour Crisis Line
229-431-0217

Phoebe Behavioral Health Center

Structured Outpatient Program (SOP) is designed for people who present with a psychiatric diagnosis and have the need for treatment more intensive than outpatient office visits and less intensive than inpatient 24 hour hospitalization.

500 W. 3rd Ave., Suite 105
Albany, GA 31701

229-312-7024

United States Department of Education -Atlanta Office of Civil Rights

Incident Reporting.

61 Forsyth St. S.W.
Suite 19T10
Atlanta, Georgia 30303-8927

(404) 974-9406

OCR.Atlanta@ed.gov

ZOE Consulting Services

Counseling services.

Microbusiness Enterprise Center
230 South Jackson St. Suite 158
Albany, Georgia 31701

By appointment only 229-789-3300 or 789-4400

zoecounselinggroup@gmail.com

24 hour Crisis Line
229-431-0217

Hotlines

Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-Suicide
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255
Georgia Crisis Access Line 1-800-715-4225

For more information, please contact: Mrs. CaDedria Hill, Title IX Coordinator/Compliance Officer at (229) 430-0538 cadedria.hill@asurams.edu.