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Description of Services
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Frequently Asked Questions
Office of Wellness Education
Self Assessments: Mind and Body
Wellness Programs and Activities
What to Expect: Your First Visit
The Student Wellness Center’s counseling department is available 24/7 to provide intervention for students who need to be seen immediately due to a crisis situation.
Dial 9-1-1 in all life-threatening and emergency crisis situations or via the numerous emergency “Blue Light” consoles throughout campus or by downloading the LiveSafe App. .
In any type of crisis emergency, be sure to let the dispatcher know exactly where you are located. Find at least two landmarks around you to help emergency personnel find you. Remain calm and follow the dispatcher's instructions - remember, these are trained professionals.
If you are having thoughts of suicide and wish you express your concerns over the phone with a trained crisis worker, you can call The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (English) or 1-888-628-9454 (Spanish). It is the only federally funded hotline for suicide prevention and intervention. People who are in emotional distress or suicidal crisis can call the Lifeline at any time, free of charge from anywhere in the Nation, to talk in English or Spanish with a trained crisis worker who will listen to and assist callers in getting the help they need. If you or someone you know are in imminent or immediate danger, immediately dial 9-1-1.
Willard-DiLoreto Complex, 1st Floor
You may also find CCSU's Campus Map a valuable resource for locating us and familiarizing yourself with the campus.