Events in the news have been troubling. Tragic acts of violence and hatred, political unrest, and natural disasters directly affect the hearts and minds of our community.
Please know that caring resources are available.
At Cornell Health, we stand against violence and threats of violence, white supremacy, racism, anti-Muslim and anti-Jewish xenophobia, and all attempts to diminish the personhood and rights of any member of the human family. We are here to support your health and healing, as well as your engagement in building just and caring community/ies.
Please remember to prioritize self-care, and to reach out to each other to seek and offer support.
If you're struggling, help is available
Here are some places to start:
- Stop by one of our "Let's Talk" locations to speak informally with a Cornell Health counselor – it's free, confidential, and available daily Monday–Friday
- Connect with trained peer counselors through Cornell's EARS (Empathy, Assistance and Referral Service) program
- Speak confidentially with one of the university’s Victim Advocates
- Reach out to staff for support and opportunities for community involvement:
Visit the Caring Community website for a complete list of support resources on campus.
If you have an urgent mental health concern – for yourself or for someone else – please call us at 607-255-5155 (available 24/7).
- During business hours – Press 2 to reach a Cornell Health counselor.
- When we're closed – Your call will be answered by a trained mental health counselor from our on-call service, who can offer support and guidance, and refer you to local resources, if appropriate.