Tending to the emotional well being of our students, staff and faculty...
At Cornell, part of maintaining a sustainable campus means tending to the emotional well being of our students, staff and faculty. Each of us is part of a diverse, caring community of students, faculty, and staff that take responsibility to look out for one another very seriously. Within Cornell’s caring community, the struggle of the individual is a concern for all of us. Conversely, the success and growth of each enhances our community. As a caring community, we reach out to each other in times of need and work together to build a better place.Emotional,physical,social,financial,intellectual,family Life A range of services and resources are available for any member of our community dealing with mental or medical health issues. Free and confidential guidance and support is available for anyone seeking help for him or herself or is concerned about a fellow community member.
What follows is a list of available resources for any member of the Cornell community seeking support and consultation:
Crisisline > 607-272-1616
Gannett Health Services > 607-255-5155
Victim Advocate > 607-255-1212
Faculty and Staff Assistance Program > 607-255-2673
Consultation with clergy and spiritual leaders 607-255-4214
Peer counseling by phone or in person is available through EARS (Empathy, Assistance, and Referral Service) > 607-255-3277