Off Campus Resources

Police-Fire-Ambulance                                                                  911


Rape Crisis Program                                                                     (570)-346-4671
Women's Resource Center                                                            (570)-346-4671

Alcohol and Drug Abuse

Alcohol Anonymous                                                                       (570)-654-0488
Alateen (for children of alcoholics)                                    
Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services                                         (570)-961-1997
Lackawanna Co Commission on Drug and Alcohol Abuse        (570)-963-6820
Narcotics Anonymous                                                                   (800)-503-9456
Prevention Services                                                                       (570)-347-5616

Marworth Treatment Center
Inpatient                                                                                         (570)-563-1112
Outpatient                                                                                      (570)-563-2929


Catherine McAuley Center                                                           (570)-342-1342
Catholic Social Services                                                              (570)-207-2283
Family Service of Lackawanna County                                       (570)-342-3149
Jewish Family Service                                                                  (570)-344-1186
Scranton Counseling Center                                                        (570)-348-6100

Web-based Resources

PsychCentral A trusted mental health web-site offering information on mental disorders, self-evaluation tests, learn how to help yourself or someone else in need. This web-site offers a plethora of information on mental health.

The Jed Foundation The Jed Foundation has emerged as a leader in helping millions of college students deal with emotional distress and helping to reduce suicidal thoughts within the last ten years.

Ulifeline An anonymous, confidential, online resource center where college students can be comfortable searching for mental health information. They can take a self-evaluation test, learn how to help a friend, and gain self-help information through numerous fact sheets.

National Institute of Mental Health



National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and Veterans Help

Self-Help Resources