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For life threatening emergencies, call 911 (or 9-911 from an on-campus phone) for immediate help or go to nearest hospital emergency room.

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Immediate Mental Health Crisis Assistance

For immediate mental health crisis assistance call Counseling and Psychological Services at 650.723.3785 any time, including evenings and weekends. A clinician will be available to speak with you, assess your situation and offer support and/or recommendations for follow-up.

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Immediate Medical Help

Find information about what to do during a medical emergency and what to do for urgent conditions. 

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After Hours Services When Vaden Is Closed

Here you can learn what to do and who to contact after hours.