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Welcome to ULifeline
Thanks for visiting ULifeline! ULifeline is an anonymous, confidential, online resource center, where you can be comfortable searching for the information you need regarding emotional health. Take a look around!
Most of us tend to think that all stress is bad; however, some stress can be a good thing. Click here to learn about the benefits and side effects of stress, and how to tell if you’re experiencing too much.
In an emergency
Student emergencies will be given first priority. During office hours, students may call or come to the office, and they will be seen as soon as possible. If a mental health emergency presents after hours, students are encouraged to call the 24-hour crisis hot line for Hancock County. The number is 1-888-936-7116. Students dealing with a domestic violence or rape crisis may also call Open Arms at 419-422-4766. Students can also contact a member of the Residence Life staff or Campus Security for assistance in contacting UF counselors after hours.
Hancock County Crisis Hot Line 1-888-936-7116
Open Arms(Domestic Violence/Rape Crisis) 419-422-4766
Counseling Services (8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.) 419-434-4526
Counseling Services(after 4:30 p.m.) Security Office (419-434-4799) A campus counselor will return your call.