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You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience. Thanks! Skip Navigation Search Text Select Search Scope Search This Site Just This Site Search SBU Website SBU Website Search Student Health, Wellness and Prevention Services Search Search Text Search Site Site Division of Student Affairs Counseling and Psychological Services Home About Us Hours and Locations Meet the Staff How Can CAPS Help? FAQ Broad Based Fees Book Consultation Services Individual Counseling Group Counseling Mindfulness Meditation Psychiatry and Medication Management Training Opportunities for Students For Faculty & Staff APA Accredited Doctoral Psychology Internship Doctoral Practicum Training Psychology Post-Doc Fellowship Emergencies Resources COVID-19 Resources Mental Health Resources Socio-Political Stress Contact Us CAPS Crisis Line Help for students with urgent mental health needs is available 24/7. At any time of day or night, you can call 631-632-6720. If you identify your need as urgent, you will be connected to a counselor who can help. If you are calling outside of our regular hours (M-F, 9am-5pm), you can be connected to a counselor through the CAPS Crisis Line. After calling 631-632-6720, please press 2 to speak with a counselor. You may also call the CAPS Crisis Line directly at 855-509-5742.                            Please make sure to tell us immediately if you are experiencing an urgent mental health need (examples include: if you are feeling unsafe; if you have recently been sexually assaulted; if you have recently experienced the death of a loved one; if you are having thoughts about hurting yourself or someone else).   Frequently Asked Questions Is this only for emergencies? No! You can call the CAPS Crisis Line if you want support, even if you are not in crisis.  Can I call the CAPS Crisis Line instead of getting services through CAPS? You can certainly call the CAPS Crisis Line as a first step. You will be able to find out whether counseling might be helpful for you, get answers to your questions and discuss any barriers getting in your way of seeking treatment. However, when you call the CAPS Crisis Line, you will not necessarily speak to the same counselor every time. Thus, students are encouraged to use the CAPS Crisis Line as a supplement to treatment, not a replacement. Can I remain anonymous? Yes. Students will be asked to provide their name and student ID number; however, students can choose to remain anonymous, if they prefer. My friend is in crisis. Can we call together? Yes! You are strongly encouraged to call the CAPS Crisis Line. You can call together, or independently, depending on your preference. If this is an emergency situation, contact University Police at 911 from a campus phone, or (631) 632-3333 from a cell phone. I have a counselor outside of CAPS. Can I still call the CAPS Crisis Line? If you see a counselor outside of CAPS, you are encouraged to contact your treatment provider directly. However, if you are unable to connect with your counselor (ex. on nights and weekends), you are welcome to call the CAPS Crisis Line for support. Questions? Call Us! See pagesanimal assisted interactions Animal Assisted Interactions Staff Pets CAPS Crisis Line Coordination of Care Make a Donation See pagesmental health services Goal Oriented One at a Time Counseling See pagesGroup Counseling Group Counseling Current Groups Group Counseling Tips How can CAPS help Individual Counseling See pagesMindfulness Meditation Current Offerings Mindfulness Meditation Resources Psychiatry and Medication Management See pagessupporting each other Students Faculty and Staff Friends Parents and Families What to Expect Workshops See pagesanimal assisted interactions Animal Assisted Interactions Staff Pets CAPS Crisis Line Coordination of Care Make a Donation See pagesmental health services Goal Oriented One at a Time Counseling See pagesGroup Counseling Group Counseling Current Groups Group Counseling Tips How can CAPS help Individual Counseling See pagesMindfulness Meditation Current Offerings Mindfulness Meditation Resources Psychiatry and Medication Management See pagessupporting each other Students Faculty and Staff Friends Parents and Families What to Expect Workshops print West Campus - Student Health Center, 2nd FloorEast Campus - Health Sciences Center, Level 3, Room 3-040FPhone: 631-632-6720 Title IX prohibits sex discrimination in all forms, including sexual violence and/or harassment. If you wish to submit a report of sex based discrimination or sexual misconduct, you can do so at stonybrook.edu/reportit or [email protected]. Report an accessibility barrier ©Admin Login2023Stony Brook University

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