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October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Domestic violence impacts the safety and health of thousands of New York State employees each year. Domestic violence is one of the most chronically underreported crimes to the police. The Employee Assistance Program is here to help. If you have questions or concerns about yourself or a coworker, contact the EAP office or Binghamton University Police for information and guidance.

Join us on October 19th and wear PURPLE. New York has designated this day to turn the state purple.
For more information on GO Purple

Local and state resources:

  • Rise – phone: 607-748-5174
  • NYS Domestic and Sexual Violence - Hotline: 1-800-942-6906

Campus Resources:

  • Binghamton University Police – Campus phone: 911 or 607-777-2222
  • Human Resources – phone: 607-777-2187
  • Title IX Coordinator, Andrew Baker, PhD – phone: 607-777-2486

(Domestic Violence in the Workplace Policy- hyperlink)



We hope the resources provided on this page will be helpful to you. However, keep in mind that direct, face-to-face assistance can’t be replaced by this (or any other) website tool. So whatever the nature of the issue that is challenging you, we recommend and hope you will contact us for help.

Campus Partners

Local/National Links


Bullying Behavior in the Workplace

Credit Counseling

Crime Victims Assistance


Domestic Violence



Grief & Loss

Legal Assistance

Mental Health Resources (free/low cost)

Money Management & Identity Protection

Veteran's Administration

General Information & Referrals


Links list are for general information purposes. Please contact an EAP coordinator for individualized referrals specifically targeted to your needs.

Last Updated: 10/4/17