If you, or another student, is in immediate danger call 911. For concerns about a student’s immediate safety, call University Police at 410-543-6222 or their local police department.
If you are concerned about a student’s wellbeing who is not in immediate danger, report it to the SU CARE Team by creating an Online CARE Report. If you are not sure who to contact read our Know How to Get Help information sheet to learn more.
Urgent appointments are available at the Counseling Center for students during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30 pm. However, if it is after 3:30 pm, off-campus crisis resources are recommended. You can also use off-campus crisis resources afterhours, anytime SU is closed, or it is preferred for any other reason.
Off-Campus Crisis Resources
Contact the 24-hour crisis resources below if a crisis arises when the Counseling Center is closed or if preferred for any other reason.
|Local Emergency Services
|Salisbury University Police Department
|TidalHealth Peninsula Regional
|410-546-6400, located at 100 East Carroll Street, Salisbury
|TalkNow of TimelyCare
|Download TimelyCare app or visit the TimelyCare website
|SU Students Only
|Life Crisis Center of Salisbury
|Santé Mobile Crisis Team
|1-888-407-8018; option for in-person intervention
|call 211; text your zip code to 898-211
|The Trevor Project
|1-866-488-7386; text START to 678678; chat online
|National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
|text or call 988