Confidential Resources

If you have experienced or witnessed a bias incident, and you wish to speak to someone confidentially about the matter, please use the following campus, counseling-based resources. These University programs provide certain confidentiality protections for community members should you not wish to directly report to our office.

If you have questions regarding Confidential Resources, please contact the Office of Civil Rights & Title IX for additional information.

Life Solutions (All Employees, All Campus)

​Life Solutions; 1-866-647-3432 (toll-free; 24-hours)

Life Solutions provides a broad range of services to assist faculty, staff, and their household members to balance work and the stress of daily life. The services are proved at no cost to you. Life Solutions services include: Personalized Work Life Referrals; Online Work Life Resources; Crisis 24/7 Contact Information; Counseling and Coaching Services; and Disability and Family Medical Leave Outreach.

Counseling Centers (All Students, By Campus)

Individual counseling provides an opportunity for you to meet individually with a mental health professional (psychologist, social worker, licensed professional counselor, advanced-level graduate trainee in psychology or social work) to explore a variety of concerns or difficulties.

Campus Contact Information


412-648-7930; After Hours: 412-648-7930 x1


814-368-3211; After Hours: 814-362-4623


724-836-9870; After Hours: 724-836-9865


814-269-7119; After Hours: 814-269-7233

In addition to these on-campus confidential resources, community-based services which can provide confidentiality are noted on our Campus and Community Resources.