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Help for Those in Crisis

UB provides resources to help members of the university community in times of personal crisis.

Resources for students

Counseling Services  is staffed by trained mental-health professionals who can assist students in times of personal crisis. In addition to same-day crisis appointments, Counseling Services provides after-hours counselors-on-call.

Concerned about a student's behavior?

Depending on what you observe, take action to contact one of the appropriate campus offices (472 KB) (pdf).

Resources for faculty and staff

The Employee Assistance Program  is a free, voluntary, information and referral service available to all UB employees, family members, and retirees, for any concern that impacts their lives on and off the job. After assessing concerns, it will provide individuals with a link to community service providers.

Concerned about the behavior of a faculty or staff member?

Depending on what you observe, take action to contact one of the appropriate campus personnel/offices (307 KB) (pdf).