Resources

One of FSAP's key functions is to help you identify community resources to address your needs. On this page you will find examples of the many departments, organizations, programs, and services available on campus, in the local area, and beyond.

This list is under construction.

Campus Resources

  • Cornell Human Resources website
    An array of services, programs, and benefits to help faculty, staff, and retirees.
       Support for Faculty and Staff 
       A list of resources and services available to support the well-being of staff and faculty.
       Benefits at Cornell: 607 255-3936
       Links to programs available to Cornell employees, including health- and family-related benefits.
  • Campus Code of Conduct
    A university policy articulating community standards of conduct at Cornell.
  • Caring Community
    Cornell's website for news, information, and resources related to campus-wide efforts to cultivate a "caring community."
  • Cornell Hotline: 866 293-3077
    A simple, anonymous way to report activities that may involve improper conduct or violations of Cornell policies by phone or online.
  • CU Police: 607 255-1111
    On campus police department provides emergency response, protects life and property, preserves the peace, and enforces laws and regulations.
  • Disability Information
    Central clearinghouse on disability-related information for the Cornell community.
  • Faculty Handbook
    Provides information for the general guidance of faculty members, particularly newcomers, concerning the university, its organization, and its policies.
  • Harassment, Discrimination, and Bias Response: 607 255-4652
    Consultation, services, policies, and procedures to related to questions, concerns, experiences, observed behavior, and violations.
  • LGBT Resource Center: 607 254-4987
    Information and resources for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community at Cornell.
  • SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response & Education):
    an informational resource for all members of the Cornell community about issues related to all forms of sexual misconduct
  • University Ombudsman: 607 255-4321 The Ombudsman Office offers a safe place where students, faculty and staff may discuss problems or issues within the University. The Ombudsman does not take a side in disputes and treats all inquiries as confidential, as described in our Ethical Principles.
  • Veteran's Health and Wellness Resources: Cornell Health provides resources especially for Cornell veterans.

Community Resources

General

  •  2-1-1 Information and Referral: 211, or 877 211-8667
    Connects people in need with services designed to address that need by providing a central telephone information service, chat line, and data base of community information (a service of the Human Services Coalition of Tompkins County).
  • Finger Lakes Women in Transition (WIT): Navigating Separation and Divorce: This organization is sponsored by the the Mental Health Association and created by mental health professionals, educators, and women who have navigated the divorce process. 
  • Hospicare: 607 272-0212
    Provides hospice care for people of any age with any terminal illness, help for coping with grief, or assistance for learning more about end-of-life experiences.
  • Office for the Aging: 607 274-5482
    Provides thorough and unbiased information regarding the vast array of services available in Tompkins County for older adults and their caregivers.

Mental health

  • Suicide Prevention and Crisis Services: 607 272-1616, or 800 273-TALK
    Free, confidential, 24-hour crisis counseling for all problems of living, after-trauma counseling and information, community education to prevent violence to self and others.
  • The Chat is a free and confidential chat service for teens and young adults, offered by the Suicide Prevention and Crisis Service.
  • 12-step programs (e.g., Alcoholics Anonymous, Al-Anon, Marijuana Anonymous, etc.)
    Links to meetings in the Ithaca and central NY area.
  • Alcohol and Drug Council: 607 274-6288
    A private, non-profit agency that provides information, education, counseling and referral services for area residents and organizations.
  • Cayuga Addiction Recovery Services: 607 273-5500
    A professional community resource providing caring and effective outpatient and inpatient recovery services.
  • Family and Children's Service of Ithaca: 607 273-7494
    The primary private non-profit provider of mental health services for children, adolescents, adults, seniors, and families.
  • Ithaca Community Recovery: 607 275-6205
    Provides a meeting and activity space for 12 step and other recovery-oriented groups at 518 West Seneca Street (schedule of meetings available on the website).
  • Mental Health Association: 607 273-9250
    Offers education, advocacy, information and referral, and services for youth, adults, and families.
  • NAMI of the Finger Lakes: 607 273-2462
    Support, education, and advocacy for families struggling with mental illness.
  • Tompkins County Mental Health Clinic: 607 274-6200
    Primary local public mental health resource, providing assessment, counseling, treatment, and crisis services to adults, children and families with mental health impairments.

National Resources


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