Health Services 

Located on the ground floor of the Olive Swann Porter building, Health Services is staffed by a women's health nurse practitioner who provides medical treatment for common, non-life-threatening illnesses, treatment of minor injuries, and physical examinations. The nurse practitioner also provides personal health education and coordinates programs on health related topics. A physician is available on campus by a scheduled appointment. There is no charge for Health Services visits for full-time students. All medical information in Health Services is confidential.

All new students must comply college medical requirements including immunizations, a tuberculosis test, and a physical examination. All full-time students,  and all students living on campus are required to have health insurance that meets our college waiver requirements. Health insurance with coverage in Macon is required for all students to cover off-campus medical care. Students with chronic illnesses may be referred to local physicians for management. Off-campus referrals may be needed for diagnostic tests or treatment beyond the scope of Health Services.

There are several medical facilities close to campus that provide treatment when Health Services is closed. Atrium Navicent Health Urgent Care, located 925 Zebulon Road, is available for urgent medical care. Piedmont Hospital Emergency Room, located at 400 Charter Boulevard is available for emergency treatment. 

Medical and Health Insurance Forms

Family Nurse Practitioner
Kristen Hallett



Campus Health & Wellness Resources

Virtual Care Group Resources: 

The Virtual Care Group provides students free unlimited access to physicians and therapists. The doctors are board certified and the therapists are licensed. Book an appointment with the Virtual Care Group. On-demand crisis counseling is available 24/7. Call 1-866-533-1827 to connect with a counselor or if you have questions about services.

Staff Resources:

  • Jill Amos: Disability Accommodations, Advocacy and Financial Hardship
  • Myrana Craig: Individual and Group Therapy, Mental Health Disorders, and Emotional Wellness
  • TBD: Inclusion, Equity, and Reports of Discrimination
  • Rev. Rachel Paul Hartman: Spiritual needs and support, personal reflection, service and faith
  • Kristen Hallett: Medical Health, Medication Management, Nutrition, Sleep, and Minor Illnesses & Injuries
  • Hannah Matthews: Office of Violence Against Women (OVW) Program Coordinator

Jill Amos, Assistant Dean of Student Support, Health, and Wellness, promotes and advocates for a welcoming environment while encouraging access and appropriate accommodations for students. She serves as the ADA compliance coordinator and oversees special funding sources for students with extenuating circumstances. She assists students with problem solving, helping to identify appropriate resources on and off campus as students learn to advocate for themselves. Jill assists community members with reports of Title IX and Title VI violations, including harassment, sexual misconduct, and discrimination, and works with the Human Resources Director for Title VII investigations. Jill handles these sensitive matters with empathy and attention to detail. She works with a team of trained investigators and deputies to investigate Title IX violation reports while providing resources and support for all involved in the process.You can book Jill Amos at

Myrana Craig, LPC, is a licensed counselor who uses Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, and various research based therapeutic approaches to empower students with the resources to make positive changes in their lives. The counselor and student work together to discuss personal issues and aid the student in defining their personal goals. Through counseling a student will be able to overcome obstacles which may be preventing them from reaching their full potential. Should the student miss more than three counseling appointments, their account will be charged a $20 late fee for each subsequent session. For more information see the Student Counseling Services website or other website resources listed below. You can book Myrana Craig at

Inclusion Practitioner®, Tonya Parker,  is our campus equity and inclusion leader. Her office provides support, advocacy, trainings, and other learning opportunities for campus members to be informed, engaged, and intentional about inclusive behaviors and practices. 

Rev. Rachel Paul Hartman is our campus Chaplain who supports students with pastoral and spiritual needs, facilitates faith development and coordinates community engagement through service. Supported by the Office for Equity and Inclusion, Faith and Service programming from the Chaplain provides a space for friendships, genuine conversations, personal reflection, and support for one's faith and values. The College Chaplain is available to help students process life’s big questions, whether a student is trying to make sense of self-identity and belonging, wrestling with questions of faith or doubt, or just needing someone to listen. Chaplain Rachel can connect students, faculty, and staff to local religious organizations and nonprofit organization volunteer opportunities by request. The Chaplain's office provides a non-judgmental space for reflection, emotional and spiritual support, and affirmation. Contact Rev. Rachel Paul Hartmann at

Nurse Practitioner, Kristen Hallett,  is the student resource for health-related information. She can assist with the medical management of some mental health conditions, nutrition counseling, weight management, sleep hygiene, women's health, minor illnesses, and injuries. She also handles referrals to both our on-campus physician and off-campus for mental health care and treatment as appropriate. You can book Kristen at Hallett at

Hannah Matthews, Office of Violence Against Women (OVW) Program Coordinator, through a grant made possible by OVW, is responsible for developing services and programs designed to address and prevent domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking. Hannah heads up the community response team of on-campus and off-campus partners to look at ways to better serve students. Please reach out to Hannah with any DV, DV, SA, S needs for additional resource linkage. Hannah’s office is located in Student Affairs and can be reached at

Other Resources:

Multifaith Prayer Room: Wesleyan’s Multifaith Prayer Room is located on the third floor of OSP, Room 306. Students, faculty, and staff are welcome to use the space for personal prayer, meditation, and reflection. Various religious prayer supplies are provided however we ask that you leave them in the space for the next person to use. If requesting to use the space for designated group prayer, please email Chaplain Rachel:

Mathews Athletic Center: Mathews Athletic Center serves you by providing fun, active programs to enhance your health and quality of life on campus. Students can access a large variety of group fitness classes taught by certified instructors. For a full class schedule, MAC hours, and more, visit the Mathews Athletic Center website. 

Local Resources

Piedmont Healthcare (Coliseum Center for Behavioral Health)
LifeLine 24-Hour Crisis Help Line
(478) 741-1355 or (800) 548-4221
340 Hospital Drive, Bldg E
Macon, GA 31217

River Edge Behavioral Health Center
175 Emery Highway
Macon, Georgia 31217

Crisis Line & Safe House of Central Georgia
(Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence)
24-Hour Crisis Hotline

Navicent Health
777 Hemlock Street
Macon, GA 31201


Alcohol and Other Drugs Resource List

River Edge Recovery Center
3575 Fulton Mill Road
Macon, Georgia 31206
(478) 803-7600

Twin Lakes Recovery Center
Monroe, GA

Bluff Plantation
Augusta, GA

Blue Ridge Mountain Recovery
Ball Ground, GA

Georgia Pines
Thomasville, GA

Statesboro, GA

Ridgeway Institute
Smyrna, GA

Support Groups:

Bipolar Support Groups

Hosted by Dr. Ali Ahmadi and Coliseum Psychiatric Center
For patients, family and friends who want to better understand how to live more productively with bipolar disorder;

  • When: Meets weekly from 6:00-7:30 pm
  • Where: Coliseum Center for Behavioral Health, 340 Hospital Drive
  • For more information, call (478) 741-1355

Hosted by the Coliseum Center for Behavioral Health
Our bipolar support group meets weekly to give patients, family and friends more information about this behavioral disorder. This is the perfect program for people who want to better understand how to live more productively with bipolar disorder or how to give support to a loved one who is suffering from bipolar disorder.

  • When: Meets every Thursday from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
  • Where: Coliseum Center for Behavioral Health, 340 Hospital Dr., Macon, GA 31217
  • For more information, call (478) 741-1355

Grief Support Group

Helping Hands Grief Support
This group offers emotional support for those who have experienced the loss of a loved one.

  • When: Every Monday, 2:30 p.m. Every fourth Thursday, 6:30 p.m.
  • Where: Coliseum Medical Centers, Bldg. C, Suite 120

For more information, call (478) 464-1401.

Survivors of Suicide
This group provides support for family and friends of persons whose deaths were intentional.

  • When: Second Tuesday of the month, 6 - 7 p.m.
  • Where: Coliseum Center for Behavioral Health, 340 Hospital Drive

For more information, call (478) 741-1355.

Eating Disorders

Tamy J. Blanding
Phone: (478) 714-9803

  • Meeting time: 6:30-7:30 p.m. Mondays
  • Meeting location: Call or e-mail Tamy for meeting location.
  • Group is for ages 19 and older.

Eating Disorders Anonymous
Eating Disorders Anonymous meets in the St. Gregory room (look for a building named "Parish Hall") Contact 912-541-1679 (Kristi Baston) for more information.

  • Meet at St. Francis Episcopal Church
  • 432 Forest Hill Road, Macon, GA 31210
  • every Wednesday at 6:30 pm.


National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI)

Website Resources


General Information:
Crisis Text Line

College Students and Mental Health:

Transition to College:

Alcohol and Other Drugs Resource List

Georgia Free Rehab Centers

River Edge Recovery Center
3575 Fulton Mill Road
Macon, Georgia 31206

Twin Lakes Recovery Center, Monroe, GA

Bluff Plantation, Augusta, GA

Blue Ridge Mountain Recovery, Ball Ground, GA

Georgia Pines, Thomasville, GA

Willingway, Statesboro, GA

Ridgeway Institute, Smyrna, GA

Drug & Alcohol Addiction:



Bipolar Disorder:


Eating Disorders:




Sexual Assault:
National Sexual Assault Support Hotline - 800-655-HOPE

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255(TALK)

Self-Help Booklists from

Online Mental Health Screenings:

24/7 Crisis Resources:
Life-Line: (478) 741-1355 or (800) 548-4221

Reproductive Health on campus and resources available to students in the state of Georgia.

The World Health Organization defines reproductive health as "a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity, in all matters relating to the reproductive system and to its functions and processes." Reproductive Health Questions and Answers >>

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