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Finding Your Zone: Mental Health Resources : EMERGENCY Resources

This guide aims to help you find your own brand of relaxation and mindfulness. It also includes links to trusted authorities that provide information about mental health and mental health initiatives. Compiled for students, faculty, and staff.

⚠️THIS GUIDE IS A WORK IN PROGRESS⚠️ Check back often.

Latest from the Drexel Counseling Center: 

If you are currently in crisis, please contact the on-call counselor at (215) 416-3337. If this is a psychological emergency and you need immediate attention, please dial 911 or visit your nearest emergency room. (According to the Counseling Center, examples of such an emergency could include feeling suicidal, experiencing psychotic symptoms, or having a substance-related crisis.)

COVID-19 Be Well Starter Kit

Take advantage of this comprehensive resource compiled by the Kline School of Law. Click the link (you may need to request access once you do) and explore the folders. Check back periodically for updates.

Among other things, you will find : 

  1. Crisis lines (for pet and human issues) and other important contacts: at Drexel, and at the city and state levels
    • Including the Coronavirus Health Care Hotline, a list of low-cost veterinary hospitals, PECO emergency numbers, and more! 

Emergency Directory

In Case of Emergency

The Drexel Counseling Center has created a directory of:

  1. Various crisis hotlnes (local and national)
  2. Local emergency rooms and crisis response centers
  3. Local sliding scale mental health providers 

Please scroll through the page carefully. Note that some national resources are listed at the top, under local Drexel contacts.   

International Students

For more resources: Please see the last tab under "Trusted Authority Hot Links" for a list of recommendations from the Drexel Counseling Center.