Call 911 or go to your local Emergency Room
Penn State Text Line Text “LIONS” to 741741 24/7
Penn State Crisis Line Call 1-877-229-6400 24/7
The Penn State Crisis Line can also be used for consultation if you know someone or are with someone who is experiencing a crisis. The Penn State Crisis Line can be used at all campuses. However, the caller must be in the U.S.
Crisis Intervention 610-285-5077
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WellTrack is available to students at any time of day, from any location. WellTrack features a wellness assessment that students can take one time, or on an as-needed basis, to help them understand the activities associated with when they feel better and worse, and to identify patterns in their daily activities and how they are feeling.
WellTrack also includes programs that can be completed at a student's own pace with content focused on Anxiety and Stress, Depression, and Pubic Speaking. The Public Speaking program also includes a virtual reality component to simulate public speaking in a large classroom setting.
Coping tools on the site can be used to help students cope with distress.
Students can download the companion WellTrack app for iOS and Android.
General Online Mental Health Screenings are anonymous screenings on several areas of mental health, including depression, anxiety, academic distress, eating concerns, frustration level, family stress, and alcohol use.
Life Hacks are free, drop-in gatherings open to all students. CAPS Clinicians present a variety of wellness topics, such as managing stress, mindfulness, and coping with anxiety.
Crime Victims Council of Lehigh Valley 610-437-6611 24/7
Offers individual and group counseling for anyone who is the victim of crime, sexual assault survivors, homicide survivors and trauma.
Turning Point of Lehigh Valley HELPLINE 610-437-3369 (local) 24/7
A safe place where survivors of domestic and intimate partner abuse and their children can find refuge.
The Trevor Project 1-866-488-7386 24/7, or text “START” to 678678
A national organization offering support including suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth and their friends.
SAMHSA National Hotline 1-800-662-HELP (4357) 24/7
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration. A national helpline – free, confidential – treatment referral and information service( in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental health and/or substance use disorders.