A mental health emergency (crisis) occurs when an individual's mental or emotional condition results in behavior that constitutes an imminent danger to that individual or to another person. Mental health emergencies (crises) can be either Life threatening or Non-life threatening. In either case, emergencies should be taken very seriously and immediate attention is required.
What are some indications that a mental health emergency (crises) is occurring?
(1) suicidal intentions, plans, or attempts;
(2) homicidal intentions, plans, or actions;
(3) loss of contact with reality, which may include hallucinations, delusions, or extremely abnormal behavior causing a campus disturbance or disruption;
(4) disorientation, extreme confusion, unresponsiveness, uncontrolled behavior, extremely irrational or incoherent speech.
Excerpt from: Tallahasse Community College Mental Health Services webpage
During regular office hours (9:30am-6pm)
After regular office hours (after 6:00pm-9:30am)