For mental health emergencies and crises
Business hours: If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, same day sessions are available Monday through Friday, 1 to 4 p.m. Requests for urgent help after 4 p.m. may be handled by phone and/or guided to other available resources. These are brief, evaluative sessions where we provide you with options for treatment and any other available actions that are relevant to your immediate needs.
After-hours crisis line for nights, weekends and holidays: 607-777-2772, push number 2 when prompted. A crisis counselor will speak with you as soon as possible.
Life-threatening emergencies: contact University Police at 911 or 607-777-2222.
Other crisis phone numbers and websites
- Dial or text the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline to be connected to a trained mental health professional
- Crisis Center at UHS Binghamton General Hospital: 607-762-2302
- Alcoholics Anonymous (Broome County): 607-722-5983
- Binghamton University Interpersonal Violence Prevention Program (rape, sexual assault, bullying and stalking information)
- Crime Victims Assistance Center: 607-722-4256
- Harpur's Ferry volunteer ambulance squad: 607-777-3333
- Rape and Abuse Center (Crime Victims Assistance Center): 607-722-4256
- Rise, formerly the SOS Shelter for Battered Women: 607-748-7453
- Crisis Text Line — Text "Got5" to 741741 to start a conversation.
- Anonymous Sexual Assault Reporting Form
- Psychological impacts of stalking and resources for victims
Area hospitals and walk-in clinics
Review a list of area hospitals and walk-in clinics. Note that the cost for care at these locations is your responsibility.