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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!
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If you are experiencing a psychological crisis during business hours, call or stop by Scheide Hall, and Teresa know it is an emergency and she’ll put you in contact with Nancy.
Sometimes what is disturbing but bearable in the daytime becomes magnified at night. If feeling have escalated but no one is at risk, you may call one of the following 24-hour hotlines:
1. Mercer County CONTACT – 609.896.2120 or 609.585.2244
2. Silent Unity’s Prayer Line – 1.800.669.7729
3. Leave a message for Nancy at 609.497.7844
IF THERE IS A RISK OF INJURY:
1. Call 911
2. Go to the Princeton Medical Center ER or call Princeton House (psychiatric facility) at 609.497.3355 or page 609.687.8183
3. Seek help from PTS Security
Main campus – 609.273.9727 CRW campus – 609.273.9726
Dispatch – 609.497.7777 (tell the operator “this is a code red” and give only your location and phone number;an administrator who is part of the Seminary’s Psychological Crisis Response Team will be contacted)