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The following resources are available for faculty, staff, students and others to report any suspected illegal or unethical conduct, or to seek assistance:

Emergency Services

Fire, Ambulance, Police: 911

Medical and Police Assistance

  • Ambulance: 911

  • Local Police (Dunmore): 911 or 570-343-0851

  • Geisinger- Community Medical Center  570-969-8000

  • Regional Hospital of Scranton 570-348-7951

  • Commonwealth Health -- Moses Taylor Hospital: 570-340-2900

  • Rape Crisis Center 570-346-4671

  • Women's Resource Center 570-346-4460

University Resources

  • Campus Safety and Security: 570-963-2555

  • Personal Counseling: 570-963-2681

  • Campus Nurse: 570-963-2681

  • Center for Women Students

  • Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence Hotline: 800-550-7575 (TTY 866-714-7177)  

    A new hotline has been established for victims and observers of sexual assault and relationship violence. Trained counselors on the hotline will help students access appropriate resources. Penn State students from any campus can call 1-800-550-7575 (TTY 866-714-7177) to access the 24 hour a day, seven day a week hotline.

  • Behavioral Threat Management Team at:  1-855-863-BTMT (2868) or 814-863-BTMT (2868) or reportbtmt@psu.edu

Community Resources and Hotlines

  • Women's Resource Center: 570-346-4460 (Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Hotline 24 hours/day)  
  • Moses Taylor Hospital Worklife & Counseling Services: 570-340-2147
  • Attorney General Hotline: 814-863-1053
  • Pennsylvania State Police: 814-470-2238
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline or telephone: 800-799-7233
  • National Sexual Assault Hotline (RAINN) or telephone: 800-656-4673

Ethics

All members of the Penn State community are asked to be mindful of their individual responsibility to help keep the University a safe and ethical institution. The University does not condone wrongful conduct by any member of the Penn State community no matter what his or her position is. Members of the University community are urged to speak up if they see or suspect illegal or unethical conduct, and to be assured that the University will protect them from retaliation.