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Off Campus Community Resources

 

Online Directories for Providers (anywhere across the U.S.), for counselors, psychologists, and/or psychiatrists):

 

Emergency Services and National Hotlines:

For off-campus mental health emergencies, please contact any of the following, which are available 24/7 and can provide immediate assistance, local to the student:

 

Northeast PA Hotlines and Urgent Resources:

  • Helpline Services Directory (available 24/7 for local resources)
  • Community Counseling Services of NEPA (available 24/7 for crisis services)
  • Victims Resource Center (available 24/7 for relationship violence or sexual assault)
  • Domestic Violence Service Center (available 24/7 for relationship violence)

 

Northeast PA Hospitals:

  • Wilkes-Barre General Hospital (Emergency Room; Crisis Response & Recovery Center)
  • First Hospital of Wyoming Valley (psychiatric treatment)
  • Geisinger Hospital (medical only)

 

Faculty & Staff - Employee Assistance Program (EAP):

Misericordia University cares about you and your family's total health management - mental, emotional, and physical.  For that reason, the University provides an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) at no cost to you.

For more information, log onto myMU and go to Employee → Human Resources → HR Important Links → Benefit → CIGNA EAP

 

CAPS Center Consultation and Referral Services (non-emergency)

To support students' access to off-campus community resources, the CAPS Center is available for non-emergency consultation and referral services.  The CAPS Center also maintains an extensive directory of referral information for a variety of services available in our local community.

Together, we can discuss your concerns, offer recommendations about potential services and resources to best match your needs, and provide guidance for accessing those.  Consultation appointments may be made anytime online:

Schedule a Consultation Appointment

Alternatively, contact us (caps@misericordia.edu or 570-674-6408) or visit the CAPS Center to schedule a consultation appointment.