In the event of a psychological/psychiatric emergency or mental health crisis that could affect your safety and well-being or that of another student, please note the following contact information:
During Regular Office Hours:
- Counseling and Prevention Services in the Rebecca Stafford Student Center,
Third Floor, at 732-571-7517 or University Police at 732-571-4444.
- If you are a student in residence, call the University Police at 732-571-4444 and they will contact the Area Coordinator on Duty.
- If you are a commuter student in a psychological or mental crisis, please refer to the 24-hour hotlines listed below, or call 988 or 911 or go to the closest local hospital.
In the case of a psychiatric and/or substance-induced crisis, the student may be directed to an Emergency Department for an immediate evaluation. The student is expected to follow Monmouth University’s Student Medical and Mental Health Emergency Policy.
|Monmouth University Police:||732-571-4444|
|Monmouth Medical – Emergency Screening Services:||732-571-6999|
|Substance Abuse Services:||732-571-6529|
|180 Turning Lives Around:||732-264-4111|
Inquiries regarding services for psychological or psychiatric disabilities may be directed to the Department of Counseling and Prevention Services at 732-571-7517 for general information. Counseling services or referrals to community resources can be discussed with a clinical counselor. Requests for academic accommodations, however, will be directed to the Department of Disability Services for Students at 732-571-3460.