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Campus: University Park

Campus Resources

Center for Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Affirmative Action Office
Center for Women Students (CWS)
LGBTA Student Resource Center
Multicultural Resource Center
Office of Student Conduct
University Police and Public Safety
Office of Human Resources, Employee Relations Division
Report Hate
Workplace Violence
Mental Health Services in Centre County
Disability Services
Department heads and/or professors-in-charge

Community Resources

Crisis Services (24 hours/7 days, unless noted)
Police 911
Can Help 1-800-643-5432
Mount Nittany Medical Center, ER 234-6110
Community Help Center 235-1890
Centre County Women's Resource Center 235-5050
Centre County Mental Health (M-F 8:30-5 PM) 355-6786

Contracted MH Agencies
Meadows Psychiatric Center 364-2161
Mount Nittany Medical Center 231-7000
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program 272-0331
Penn State Psychological Clinic 865-2191
Skills of Central PA, Inc. 231-0290
Strawberry Fields, Inc 234-6023
Universal Community Behavioral Health 353-3151

Other Agencies
Community Residential Rehabilitation Services
Opportunity Centre Clubhouse (OCC)
Centre County Assistance Office
Centre County children and Youth Services
Centre County Office of Adult Services
Centre County Office of Aging
Centre County Office of Transportation
Office of Vocational Rehabilitation
Centre County Drug and Alcohol
Peer Support Groups
Mutual Understanding and Support Team
National Alliance of Mental Illness

Campus: Altoona

Campus Resources

Early Alert
Health & Wellness Center (Counseling, Health Services, Disability Services, Health Education)
Affirmative Action
Sexual Violence and Assault Awareness
Behavioral Health web-based anonymous screenings
Victim Resources and Contact Information
Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity
Office of Student Conduct
Penn State Altoona Police Services
Penn State Altoona Office of Student Affairs
Penn State Office of Human Resources
Employee Assistance Program
University Police Escort Service
Report Hate
Workplace Violence

Community Resources

Crisis Services (24 hours/7 days, unless noted)
Police 911
National mental health hot-line 800-273-8255 (TALK)
Blair County Help Line 814-942-4779
Logan Township Police 814-949-3364
Altoona City Police 814-949-2489
Contact Altoona Help Line 814-946-9050
Community Crisis Center 814-889-2141 Altoona Regional Health System, Altoona Campus 814-946-2011 Veteran Crisis/Suicide Hotline 800-273-TALK (press 1)

Community MH Agencies
Family Services of Blair County 814-944-3583
Coalition against Rape (Family Services) 814-944-3583
Domestic Violence (Family Services) 814-944-3585
Home Nursing Agency- Community Services 814-943-0414
Primary Health Network 814-942-5000 (option #2)
Blair Family Solutions 814-944-9970
Nulton Diagnostic & Treatment Center 1-888-918-5465
The Meadows Psychiatric Center 800-641-7529

Community Drug and Alcohol Agencies
Crossroads Inc. 814-943-4302
Pyramid Health Care 814-940-0407
Al-Anon/Al-ateen 888-425-2666

Other Community Resources
Blair County Human Service Office 814-693-3112
Department of Veteran's Affairs 814-693-3160
James E. Van Zandt VA Center 814-943-8164
Office of Vocational Rehab 814-946-7240

Peer Support Groups Blair County NAMI 814-942-4779

Campus: Beaver

Campus Resources

Diversity, Equity, and Fairness
Student Conduct
Beaver Campus Police
If calling from an on-campus phone, dial ext. 3888.
If calling from an off-campus phone, dial 724-773-3888.
You can ALWAYS dial 911 in any emergency.
Office of Human Resources
Disability Services
Students in Distress
Student Affairs

Community Resources
Heritage Valley, Staunton Clinic/Community Crisis Counseling Services
176 Virginia Ave.
Rochester, PA 15074
Crisis Intervention Services available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week including holidays
Call 724-775-5208 or 1-800-400-6180
*Close to campus, this consulting partnership is provided to Penn State Beaver. Students may receive 6-8 sessions at no charge for services and no insurance is required.

Beaver County Behavioral Health
Crisis Help-Line - 1-800-400-6180; 724-775-5208
1040 Eighth Avenue, 2nd Floor
Beaver Falls, PA 15010
(724) 847-6225
Fax: (724) 847-6229
Beaver County Resource Web page (Locate resources by topic.) Women's Center of Beaver County
HOTLINE: 724-775-0131

Heritage Valley Health System, Sewickley
720 Blackburn Road
Sewickley, PA 15143

Heritage Valley Health System, Beaver
1000 Dutch Ridge Rd.
Beaver, PA 15009

Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic
3811 O'Hara Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Campus: Behrend

Campus Resources

Penn State Behrend Information 814-898-6000
Learning Resource Center 814-898-6418
Financial Aid 814-898-6162
Health and Wellness Center 814-898-6217
Personal Counseling 814-898-6164
Police and Safety 814-898-6101
Student Affairs 814-898-6111
Student Activities 814-898-6171

Community Resources

Emergency Resources
Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers 814-949-5432

Hamot Medical Center 814-877-6000
-Patient Room Information 814-877-7007
-Emergency Trauma 814-877-6139
-Behavioral Health Emergency Line 814-877-6136
Saint Vincent Medical Center 814-452-5000
-Patient Room Information 814-452-5800
-Ask-A-Nurse 814-452-5500
-Behavioral Health Help Line 814-452-5555
-Emergency/Trauma Center 814-452-5353
Milcreek Community Hospital 814-864-4031
-Emergency Room 814-868-8340

Human Services and Hotlines
AIDS/HIV Counseling and Testing 814-451-6700
Family Service Association 814-866-4500
Hamot Institute For Behavioral Health 814-844-6136
Rape Crisis Center 814-455-9414
Saint Vincent Mental Health Clinic 814-452-5555

Alcohol and Drug Related Services
ABRAXAS II 814-459-0618
AL-ANON 814-454-4730
Alcoholics Anonymous 814-452-2675
Crossroads Hall 814-459-4775
Drug and Alcohol Prevention (GECAC) 814-459-4581
Narcotics Anonymous (Hotline) 800-234-0420
Erie County Office of Drug & Alcohol Abuse 814-451-6870

24-Hour Hotlines
Family Crisis Intervention 814-456-2014
NAMI-National Alliance For Mental Illness 800-950-NAMI(6264)
Safe Net Crisis Hotline 814-454-8161
Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape 800-932-4632/814-454-8161
Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence 800-692-7445/814-455-9414

Campus: Dubois

Campus Resources

Counseling Services
Affirmative Action Office
LGBTA Student Resources - Contact Student Affairs at (814) 375-4766 or
Multicultural Resource Center - Contact Tharren Thompson at (814) 372-3043
Office of Student Conduct
University Police and Public Safety
Office of Human Resources

Report Hate
EAP Disability Services

Community Resources

Crisis Services (24 hours/7 days, unless noted)
Crisis Hotline (local DuBois Area) 1-800-341-5040
Police 911
Can Help 1-800-643-5432
DuBois Regional Medical Center, ER 814-371-2000
National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-7233
National Sexual Assault (RAINN) Hotline 1-800-799-7233
Sexual Assault & Relationship Violence-AWARE 1- 888-981-1457
PS Sexual Assault & Relationship Violence 1- 800-550-7575 / 866-714-7177-TTY

Mental Health Agencies
Clearfield Jefferson Community Mental Health 814-371-1100
DRMC Behavioral Health Services 814-375-6379
Brighter Pathways Counseling 814-375-7107

Other Agencies
Catholic Charities Counseling - 814-371-4717
Clearfield County children and Youth Services 814-765-1541
Clearfield County Office of Aging 814-765-2696
Area Transportation Authority 1-800-252-3503
Office of Vocational Rehabilitation 814-371-7340

Campus: Fayette

Campus Resources

Penn State Fayette Security 724-430-4120
Personal Counseling 724-430-4122
Campus Nurse 724-430-4137
Disability Services 724-430-4137
Student Conduct 724-430-4126
PS Sexual Assault & Relationship Violence 800-550-7575 / 866-714-7177-TTY

Center for Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Affirmative Action Office
Center for Women Students (CWS)
LGBTA Student Resource Center
Multicultural Resource Center
Office of Student Conduct
Office of Human Resources, Employee Relations Division
Report Hate
Workplace Violence

Community Resources

Emergency Medical Services (Ambulance, Police, Fire) 911
State Police 724-439-7111
Fayette County/Chestnut Ridge 24-Hour Crisis Line 724-437-1003
Chestnut Ridge Counseling/Emergency 724-437-1007
Crime Victims Center 724-437-3737
Family Abuse Council Hotline 724-439-9500
Fayette County Drug and Alcohol Council 724-438-3576
SPHS Behavior health Outpatient Detox Services 724-628-3435
Department of Health 724-439-7400
Fayette County Behavioral Health Administration 724-430-1370
Ombudsman Service 1-877-213-3031
Mental Health Association in Fayette County 724-438-6738
Medical Assistance Transportation Program (MATP) 724-439-7002
Sexual Assault & Relationship Violence-AWARE 888-981-1457
PA Childline 800-932-0313

Campus: Great Valley

Campus Resources

Penn State Great Valley Campus Student Affairs 610-648-3275
Penn State University Victim Services Advocate (University Park) 814-863-1907 (
Penn State University Counseling and Psychological Services (University Park) 814-863-0395
Penn State University Center for Women Students (University Park) 814-863-2027
Penn State University Women's Resource Center (University Park) 814-234-5050; 877-234-5050 (24-hour hotline)
Penn State 24-hour hotline for sexual assault and relationship violence: All campuses including Great Valley 800/550-7575 (TTY 866/714-7177)

Student Affairs/Student Resources
Penn State Great Valley
Penn State University Park

Community Resources

Medical Assistance
Ambulance 911
Paoli Hospital (Paoli, PA) 484-565-1000
Chester County Hospital (West Chester, PA) 610-431-5000

Emotional Support
Chester County
Chester County Rape Crisis 610-692-7273
Chester County Crime Victims Center 610-692-7420 (TTY/TTD 610-738-8450)
Chester County Crisis Intervention (mental health) 877-918-2100
Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-4 A CHILD
Domestic Violence Center of Chester County 24-Hour Hotline 610-431-1430
Domestic Violence Center of Coatesville 610-384-2774

Bucks County
A Woman's Place Domestic Violence Center 24-Hour Hotline 888-220-8116

Delaware County
Domestic Abuse Project of Delaware County, Inc. 24-Hour Hotline 610-565-4590
Delaware County Women Against Rape Hotline 610-566-4342

Montgomery County
Women's Center of Montgomery County 24-Hour Hotline 1-800-773-2424 Telephone 610-525-1427

Women Organized Against Rape 24-Hour Hotline 215-985-3333

East Whiteland Township (PA) Police (local police) 911 or 610-647-2100 (non-emergency)

Great Valley Cab Company 610-240-7942
Rainbow Cab of West Chester 610-696-6060

Campus: New Kensington

Campus Resources

Personal Counseling
Office of Student Conduct: Student Affairs, 724-334-6062
Early Alert & Crisis Intervention
PSU Code of Conduct
Campus Security
Disability Services
Campus referral information and advocacy: Student Affairs 724-344-6062
Center for Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Affirmative Action Office
Center for Women Students (CWS)
LGBTA Student Resource Center
Multicultural Resource Center
Office of Student Conduct
University Police and Public Safety
Office of Human Resources, Employee Relations Division
Report Hate
Workplace Violence

Community Resources

Police 911
Citizens' Hospital Urgent Care 724-337-5000
Allegheny Valley Hospital 724-224-5100
Adagio Health 724-845-1103
Westmoreland County Behavioral Health and Development Services
Family Services of Western PA 724-335-9883
Southwestern PA Human Services Behavioral Health 724-339-6860
Crisis Intervention Hotline (Mental Health Emergency) 888-424-2287
Blackburn Center (Sexual Assault Hotline) 724-837-9540
Center for Victims of Violence and Crime 412-393-8582
Alle-Kiski Area Hope Center, Inc. (Domestic violence shelter and hotline) 888-299-4673 and 724-224-1266
Reporting Child Abuse 800-932-0313
Allegheny County Mental Health/Drug & Alcohol 412-355-4457
Alcoholics Anonymous 724-471-7472
Victim Witness Advocate 724-830-3272
Women's Services of Westmoreland County Hotline: 412-836-1122
Women's Shelter of Allegheny County: 877-338-8255

Campus: Lehigh Valley

Campus Resources

Counseling 610-285-5077
Disability Services 610-285-5124
Health Services 610-285-5017
Safety and Security 610-285-5000
Office of Student Affairs 610-285-5080
Office of Student Conduct 610-285-5217
Office of Student Affairs

Community Resources

Emergency Medical 911
Health Services 610-285-5017
Childline 800-932-0313

Tammy Yocum-Cwienkala, campus counselor 610-285-5077
Alliance Counseling 610-366-9333
Crisis Intervention 610-782-3127
Sexual Assault & Relationship Violence 800-550-7575
Lehigh County Emergency Mental Health Services 610-782-3127
Turning Point of the Lehigh Valley, Inc. 610-437-3369

Medical Assistance
Easton Hospital 610-250-4000
Lehigh Valley Hospital
Cedar Crest 610-402-8000
Muhlenberg 610-402-2273
Sacred Heart Hospital 610-776-4500
St. Luke's Hospital
Allentown 610-628-8300
Bethlehem 610-954-4000
Quakertown 215-538-4500
Consulting Physician
Robert Taxin, D.O.
Allentown 610-395-1936
Lehighton 610-377-9000

Police 911

Support Resources
Crime Victims Council of the Lehigh Valley 610-437-6611

Campus: Mont Alto

Campus Resources

Health Services
Office of Student Conduct
University Police
Disability Services
Affirmative Action Office
LGBTA Student Resource Center
Office of Human Resources, Employee Relations Division
Report Hate
Workplace Violence
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Community Resources

Crisis Services
Police 911
WIN Victim Services 800-621-6660
Crisis Intervention 866-918-2555
Suicide Lifeline 800-273-8255
Waynesboro Hospital Emergency Department 717-765-3400
Chambersburg Hospital Emergency Department 717-267-7146
Franklin County Information and Referral 717-261-2561

Other Agencies
Children and Youth Services 717-263-1900
Franklin/Fulton County Drug and Alcohol Program 800-841-3593
Franklin County Area Agency on Aging 717-263-2153
Franklin County Legal Services 717-264-5354
Mothers Against Drunk Driving 800-848-6233
Alcoholics Anonymous 800-296-9289
Narcotics Anonymous 800-445-3889
Roxbury Treatment Center 717-532-4217

Campus: Shenango

Local Hospital Facilities

Sharon Regional Emergency Care Center
740 East State St.
Sharon, PA 16146
(724) 983-5644

Jameson Health System
1211 Wilmington Ave.
New Castle, PA
(724) 656-6051

St. Elizabeth Health Center
1044 Belmont Ave
Youngstown, OH
(330) 746-7211 sech.aspx

St. Joseph Health Center
667 Eastland Ave.
Warren, OH 44484
(330) 841-4000 sjhc.aspx

Trumbull Memorial Hospital
1350 East Market St.
Warren, OH 44482
(330) 841-9942

Penn State's Sexual Assault & Relationship Violence Hotline:
(800) 550-7575
(866) 714-7177 (TTY)

AWARE-Mercer County, PA
343 Smith Ave.
Hermitage, PA 16148
(888) 981-1457 (24 hour hotline)

Crisis Shelter of Lawrence County
1218 West State St.
New Castle, PA 16101
(724) 652-9036 (24 hour hotline)

Someplace Safe- Trumbull County
1540 Tod Ave. NW
Warren, OH 44482
(330) 394-4060

Rape Crisis Team of Trumbull County
418 West Main St.
Warren, OH 44482
(330) 394-4060

Mercer County Area Agency on Aging - 724-854-6222
Lawrence County Area Agency on Aging - 724-658-3729
Trumbull County Adult Protective Services - 330-675-2000
Mahoning County Adult Protective Services - 330-740-2600

Cash, Food & Medical Assistance
Mercer County Assistance Office - 724-983-5000
Lawrence County Assistance Office - 724-656-3000
Trumbull County Job & Family Service- 330-675-2000
Mahoning County Job & Family Services - 330-740-2600

Vocational Assistance
Mercer County Office of Vocational Rehabilitation - 800-541-0721
Lawrence County Office of Vocational Rehabilitation - 724-656-3070
Trumbull County OneStop Workforce System - 330-675-2179
Mahoning County OneStop Workforce System - 330-965-1787

Reporting Child Abuse
Mercer County Children & Youth Services - 724-662-2703
Lawrence County Children & Youth Services - 724-658-2558
Trumbull County Public Children Services Agency - 330-372-2010
Mahoning County Public Children Services Agency - 330-941-8888

Campus: Schuykill

Community Resources

Counseling Services
Mindy Anthony Spolski, MS, NCC, LPC or 570-385-6127

Health Services
Cece Boran, RN,BSN,CSN or 570-385-6248

Judicial Affairs
Evan Cassanova, M.Ed. or 570-385-6270

University Police
570-385-6144 (office phone)
570-294-0821 (cell)

Office of Human Resources
Stephanie Wood, BS, CPA or 570-385-6091

Office of Educational Equity
Debra Simpson-Buchanan or 570-385-6254

Report Acts of Intolerance

Susan Martin or 570-385-6234


Disability Services
Mindy Anthony Spolski, MS, NCC, LPC or 570-385-6127

Campus Escort Service
Office (570) 385-6144 or Cell (570) 294-0821


Community Resources

Crisis Intervention Hotline (Mental Health)
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
(877) 993-4357 or (570) 628-0152
Sexual Assault Resource Counseling Center (Hotline) (570) 628-2965
Schuylkill Women in Crisis (Domestic Violence Hotline) (570) 622-6220
Reporting Child Abuse (800) 932-0313
Local Police - Schuylkill Haven 911 or (570) 385-9111
Schuylkill Transit Systems (STS) (800) 832-3322 or (570) 429-2701
Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (800) 442-0949
Schuylkill County Drug and Alcohol 570-621-2890
Suicide Prevention Task Force of Schuylkill County 570-621-2894
Ambulance 911
Schuylkill Medical Center/Hospital (570) 621-5500
Schuylkill Medical Center-East/Hospital (570) 621-4000

Campus: York

Campus Resources

Center for Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Office hours (During fall and spring semesters)
- Monday, 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m
- Thursday, 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
- Other hours available by appointment
Dr. Binter at 717-771-4088
International Student Services
Student conduct issues are addressed through the Student Affairs office in the Joe and Rosie Ruhl Student and Community Center.

Community Resources

Local Counseling Agencies
York Hospital - Wellspan Behavioral Health 851-5322
Wellspan Behavioral Health -Crisis Intervention (Emergency Assessment/24 hr crisis counseling)
York Hospital Emergency Room - 1001 South George Street, York, PA 17405 851-5320
Memorial Hospital - Behavioral Health Unit
325 South Belmont Street York, PA 17405 843-8623
Wellspan Behavioral Health - Delphic Mental Health
600 S. George St., York, PA 17403 848-3615
Wellspan Behavioral Health - EAP
3550 Concord Road, York, PA 17405 851-6340
Child and Family Counseling Center
77 Shoe House Road York, PA 17406 755-1033
Pressley Ridge
1 Market Way West, York, Pa. 17401 845-6624
Catholic Charities
253 East Market Street York, PA 845-2696
Crossroads Counseling and Educational Services
Locations in Hanover,Harrisburg,Gettysburg,McConnelsburg and York 235-0199
Susquehanna Counseling Association
2300 E. Market St., York, PA. 17403 849-5744
Psychological Associates of PA
2870 Carol Rd., York, PA. 17402 755-0921
Yorktowne Psychological Services
220 E. King Street York, PA 17403 843-4357
Rost and Associates
807 S. George St., York, PA 17403 843-6561
Elm Center
2550 Kingston Road, York, PA 17402 757-1111
Pennsylvania Counseling Associates
Two locations in York 840-0984

Victims of Voilence
Victim Assistance Center
P.O. Box 30, York, PA 17405
Non Profit, No fee 854-3131
P.O. Box 743, York, PA 17405
Non Profit 846-5400

FIRST (Information and Referral Line) 159 E. Market Street, York, PA 17401 Information, referrals, and support on just about everything: ex. Abuse, Adoption, Aging, Bilingual, Clothing, Counseling, CPR/First Aid, Day Care, Hearing/Vision Impairment, Death, Employment, Learning Disabilities, Medical Referrals, Nutrition, Parenting, Rape, STDs, Smoking, Substance Abuse, Transportation, Tutoring, Veterans, and much more... 755-1000 The Health Connection 843-0747

Eating Disorders
Rost and Associates
807 S. George St., York, PA 17403 843-6561
The Partnership for Behavioral Health
1862 Charter Lane
P.O. Box 10697
Lancaster, PA 17601 390-0353

Drug and Alcohol
Wellspan Behavioral Health - York Hospital Outpatient-Edgar Square
3550 Concord Road,
York, PA 17405 851-6340
Yorktowne Psychological Services 843-4357
Susquehanna Counseling 849-5744
Non Profit 792-6620
Narcotics Anonymous
Non Profit 848-9988
Alcoholics Anonymous (24 hours)
Non Profit 854-4617
New Insights
707 Loucks Road 845-2079

Planned Parenthood of Central PA
728 South Beaver Street
York, PA 17403 845-9681

Testing and STDs
Family First Health
116 South George Street, York, PA 17401 845-8617
Family Service of York County
One Marketway West, York, PA 17401
(HIV/AIDS support to individuals & their families)
(free service) 845-6624

Other Resources

Gender Equity Center
Center For Workplace Learning & Performance (CWLP) in the Office of Human Resources offers a variety of relevant workshops and seminars. Examples include:
  • "Violence in the Workplace: Assessment and Responses"
  • "A Day in the Life: Penn State's Response to Domestic Violence in the Workplace"
  • "Safety and Security for Office Personnel"
  • "Personal Safety in Today's Times"
  • "Are You Ready? Emergency Preparedness"
  • "Sexual Harassment: Awareness and Prevention"
  • "StaySAFE: Surviving an Active Shooter"
Office of Sexual Misconduct Prevention & Response
General information about Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Balancing Student Privacy and School Safety: A Guide to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act for Colleges and Universities
Caught on Campus - by Brendan Maher
Stalking Victimization in the United States
Preventing School Violence
Violence in the Workplace, 1993-99
If you have an emergency, call 911.