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Psychological Emergencies and Crises

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.

After Hours:

  • 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.

Hotline Numbers:

Monmouth University Police: 732-571-4444
Monmouth Medical – Psychiatric Emergency Screening Services: 732-571-6999
180 Turning Lives Around [Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault]: 732-264-4111
Uwill 24/7/365 – immediate telephone support by licensed clinicians 833-646-1526

Psychological/Psychiatric Disabilities

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.