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If you are concerned about immediate self-harm or harm to others, please access emergency services by calling 911 or 734.487.1222 (Campus Police).

Emotional Support

Find support

EMU Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Free for all Registered EMU Students

EMU Counseling Clinic
Free for all Registered EMU Students

Community Behavioral Health Clinic
$10 per person; $5 for group

Safety Support

Find support EMU Campus Police
734.487.1122 or 911

Department of Public Safety

Ypsilanti Police
734.483.9510 or 911

Washtenaw County Victim/Witness Services

For Faculty and Staff:

Diversity and Affirmative Action

Other Support:

EMU Office of the Ombuds

EMU Diversity and Community Involvement (DCI)

EMU Student Wellbeing Office

Make a CARE Report:

Find support The Student Intervention Team (SIT) was formed to address reports of troubling (inappropriate, disruptive, or harmful) student behavior in order to recommend proactive and non-punitive approaches aimed at helping students achieve success.

If you are concerned about an EMU student, alert the Student Intervention Team (SIT) and make a CARE Report:

Please note that this is a partial list. People in the offices listed can help you come up with other sources of assistance.

Have you completed Active Bystander training? Click here to download a printable, wallet-sized pamphlet of Active Bystander Strategies.