When crisis strikes, there is help for you at Cornell. Start here to find the resources you need.
What To Know:
- If you're experiencing a personal crisis, get help.
- If you're in an emergency situation, call 911 or CUPD: (607) 255-1111
These guides contain helpful compilations of resources and suggestions:
Guidance for navigating your health insurance, cancer diagnosis, mental health, substance abuse, managing your work schedule, and moreHealth Crisis Help
Resources to support financial challenges, emergency assistance, debt counseling, financial planning, and moreFinancial Crisis Help
Help for victims of domestic violence, managers, and colleagues, including resources on campus and in the community.Domestic Violence Help
- Faculty & Staff Assistance Program (FSAP): Free, confidential counseling for benefits-eligible staff and faculty and their spouses/partners.
- eni Confidential Counseling Services: Free, confidential phone counseling services, external to Cornell.
- Office of the University Ombuds: Confidential, independent, impartial, informal resource available to students, staff, and faculty to address conflicts, concerns, or other issues affecting work, life, or study at Cornell.
- Office of Institutional Equity and Title IX: Assistance for incidents involving bias, discrimination, harassment, sexual or related misconduct.
- Your Human Resources Representative: Can answer specific questions pertaining to your unit/college or situation, such as guidance with benefits, leaves of absence, and more.
- Employee Emergency CARE Fund: provides financial assistance to staff who have experienced an unanticipated, emergency-related financial hardship.
- Mary George Opperman Veterinary Assistance Fund: financial assistance to help families at Cornell with veterinary care at the Cornell Veterinary Hospital.
Some resources listed here are available to benefits-eligible staff and faculty. If your role is not benefits-eligible, find crisis support and local referrals via the 2-1-1 hotline.