Emergency Contact Information

Resources

Suicide Prevention Options

• If there is an immediate danger of suicide, contact the UC Merced Police
Department at 209-228-2677 or the nearest police station by dialing 911 (9-
911 if on campus)

• Go to the nearest hospital emergency room

• Contact Counseling & Psychological Services to consult with a crisis counselor at 292-228-4266

• National Suicide Hotline 800-784-2433 (SUICIDE)

Violence Prevention Options

• If there is an immediate danger of violence or if violence has occurred, contact the UC Merced Police Department at 209-228-2677 or your nearest police station by dialing 911 (9-911 if on campus)

• Go to the nearest hospital emergency room

• If you are concerned about another individual’s potential for violence, contact the
UC Merced Police Department at 209-228-2677

• If you are concerned about your own potential for committing violence,
contact Counseling & Psychological Services at 209-228-4266

• If you have concerns about your own anger management skills, contact
Counseling & Psychological Services at 209-228-4266

Urgent Emotional or Psychological Crises

Our professional staff are available to provide immediate assessment and intervention for students faced with a crisis or concern that feels too overwhelming to wait for a regularly scheduled appointment.

• Contact Counseling and Psychological Services at 209-228-4266 Monday to Friday between 8:00am and 5:00pm.

• Speak to a Counseling and Psychological Services professional available for in-person crisis consultation, assessment and intervention weekdays Monday to Friday between 8:00am and 5:00pm.

• Evenings, weekends, and holidays, call 209-228-4266 for emergency on-call assistance.