Foggy Bottom Hours

Summer 2016
Monday - Friday: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Walk-in Hours
Monday - Friday: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Mount Vernon Hours

The Mount Vernon Campus location of Mental Health Services is closed for Summer 2016.  We will re-open at the start of the Fall 2016 semester.  All support services will be provided at the Foggy Bottom location.

How We Can Help

SHS, UCC, and CADE have moved to the Marvin Center, Ground Floor at 800 21st Street Northwest.

We are the primary mental health agency for GW students and the rest of the campus community. We support mental health and personal development by collaborating with students to overcome challenges and difficulties that may interfere with academic, emotional, and personal well-being. Our professional counselors provide a safe and non-judgmental environment for students to discuss concerns.

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Latest News & Updates

Support for Students Impacted by the Violence in France

July 15, 2016

Mental Health Services at the Colonial Health Center (MHS @ CHC) continues to offer support to members of the GW community affected by violence and trauma, and in particular community members impacted by the attack in Nice, France.

Support for Students impacted by violence in Dallas

July 08, 2016

Mental Health Services at the Colonial Health Center (MHS @ CHC) offers support to those that have been emotionally affected by events in Dallas and throughout the country.

Support for Students Impacted by violence in Louisiana and Minnesota

July 08, 2016

Mental Health Services at the Colonial Health Center (MHS @ CHC) offers support to those that have been emotionally affected by acts of violence in recent news in Falcon Heights and Baton Rouge.

Support for Students Impacted by violence around the world

July 05, 2016

Mental Health Services at the Colonial Heatlh Center (MHS @ CHC) offers support to those that have been emotionally affected by ongoing acts of violence around the world.

Learn More about the NEW Colonial Health Center

Free Online Screenings

Confidential and free screenings are available to all GW students. Our goals are to provide you with information about the warning signs of particular mental illnesses and to let you know how to get help on or off campus for yourself or for a friend.