For all situations where someone’s physical safety is at risk, call Public Safety at
For urgent concerns related to mental health when the Counseling Center is closed, call (610) 330-5005 to be connected to the after-hours crisis support service.
In the case of life-threatening emergencies, call Public Safety at (610) 330-4444 for immediate assistance.
911 for emergency police support
988 for emergency mental health support
Counseling Center – offers a range of services including consultation, educational programs, workshops, group counseling, short-term individual counseling, and after-hours crisis support.
2nd Floor – Bailey’s Health Center
Call or stop by for an appointment. 610-330-5005
Consultation Clinic – Brief, solution-focused consultation sessions. First come, first served. No appointment needed.
Held at Counseling Center
Daily, 10:00 am -11:30 am and 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Togetherall App: Togetherall is an online, peer-to-peer mental health community app, moderated by registered mental health professionals, that empowers students to anonymously seek and provide support. The resource offers a safe space to connect with others 24/7, 365 days a year. It also offers many creative tools and a wide range of self-guided courses to help support your mental health.
Telehealth support that can continue after graduation
Crime Victims Council – individual counseling for assault/victimization issues at Feather House, every Wednesday from 12:30-4:30. Email Lauren Silva (email@example.com) or connect with Katy Bednarsky at firstname.lastname@example.org
Grief and Loss: TALL (Talk about Loss and Life) is student-led support group run through Religious and Spiritual Life
Bailey Health Center (please click on link to see business hours and comprehensive list of services provided)
607 High St. (corner of High and McCartney Streets)
Students can be seen at Bailey for medication management and can also get prescriptions filled through Bailey.
Student Assistance Fund – Grants of up to $1000/year for emergency situations.
Alex Hendrickson email: email@example.com
Katy Bednarsky email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please click on this link to be directed to the Title IX resource brochure. Lafayette College’s Director of Educational Equity is Amanda Hanincik (email@example.com)
Please click on this link to be directed to Student Advocacy and Prevention, which provides confidential advocacy and supportive services to students impacted by sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, or stalking.
For mental health crisis support, on campus resources (Public Safety and Counseling Center) can help direct students to off campus crisis support.
For mental health assessment in a crisis situation, you can also go to a local emergency department. Local ERs are:
Lehigh Valley Hospital – Muhlenberg
2545 Schoenersville Rd, Bethlehem, PA 18017
St. Luke’s Easton
250 South 21st Street Easton, PA, 18042
Northampton County Assistance Office – SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program)
610-250-1700 or apply online
ProJeCt Easton Food Pantry
330 Ferry Street (back of St. John’s Church) Easton, PA
Mondays from 10am-12:15pm
Thursdays from 10am-12:15pm & 1pm-3:15pm Photo ID & proof of Northampton County residency
(Lafayette ID will suffice) are required for each visit. Bring grocery bags if you have them! Please arrive 15 minutes before closing to ensure you get served.
Whole Life Center 1650 Lehigh Street Easton, PA
Hours 11:00am to 2:00pm
When 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month Must show ID, and can only access 1x/month
Holy Temple of Easton Food Pantry 824 Ferry Street
Easton, PA – 18042 Phone: (610) 250-9460
3rd, 4th, & 5th Thursdays 5:00PM-7:00PM
The Office of Case Management maintains a list of mental health clinicians who can provide off campus mental health support. Because this list changes and connecting with a therapist off campus is contingent upon a number of factors, please reach out to the Case Manager/Care Coordinator to discuss your needs. Please note that Lafayette College is not associated with nor endorses any of the following resources. These resources are provided for informational purposes and those seeking support should determine whether or not the agency, service or organization meets their specific needs.
Crime Victims Council: 24 hour hotline 610-437-6611
Turning Point of the LV: 1-877I -438-4957
Bereavement Programming through St. Luke’s Hospice (484) 526-2499 or LVH Hospice (610-402-7800). Bereavement counseling through hospice programs is free and available to all community members, whether or not a family member or loved one has received hospice support.
National program that facilitates local grief support groups.
Click on this link to look up local groups
The Dinner Party
Grief support unique to 20-somethings…offers two programs, the Buddy System (connecting one on one with someone) and Dinner Tables (be in community with others who get it).
NEDA – National Eating Disorder Association https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/ Helpline (call): (800) 931-2237
Chatline (text): 800) 931-2237
Online Chat: https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org
Center for Integrated Behavioral Health
1 East Broad Street, Suite 510
Bethlehem, PA 18018
Seeds of Hope
Locations are near Philadelphia, but they offer all programming by telehealth https://seedsofhope.pyramidhealthcarepa.com
The Renfrew Center
The Renfrew Center has two residential locations (Philadelphia, PA and Coconut Creek, FL) and 17 outpatient centers. The center also currently offers offers various levels of eating disorder treatment virtually through telehealth.