How to Connect a Student with the Counseling Center
If this is a life-threatening emergency: Call University Police at (585) 395-2222
If the student:
- Feels suicidal or
- Has thoughts of harming themselves or someone else or
Has experienced a recent trauma:
- loss or death
- physical or sexual assault
Come to Hazen or Call (585) 395-2414
All other mental health concerns including:
- Substance use
- Relationship issues
Schedule Open Access Appointment
- In MyHazen or
- If appointments do not appear to be available online Come to Hazen or Call (585) 395-2414
Counseling Center Hours
Monday through Friday from 8 am-4:45 pm
- Thank the student for being willing to share their concerns.
- Assure the student that there are resources available that you are willing to help connect them with.
Assist the student with connecting to services:
- During business hours: Assist the student by calling the Counseling Center or walk them over.
- Direct students to MyHazen to schedule an appointment online or instruct them to walk into Hazen the next available business day.
- Encourage students to utilize the crisis text line by texting “Got5U” to 741-741 or call Lifeline at 988 for bridge support between Hazen business hours.
- Reach out to Counseling Liaisons for any questions or follow-up concerns.
Providing mental health support to our students is more critical than ever—and you can be part of the solution. SUNY is offering free QPR mental health crisis intervention training, which will teach you three simple steps for responding when someone mentions suicidal thoughts or is struggling with suicidal ideation:
The training takes less than an hour and could help save a life.
How to sign up:
- Go to the QPR account page
- Enter “SUNY” in the “Organization Code” field.
- Create your free training account using your @brockport.edu email address.
- Follow the instructions to complete the training.
If there’s one thing we’ve learned from this pandemic, it’s that we’re stronger when we all look out for each other. Please consider enrolling in a training session today to build a more supportive, healthier SUNY community.