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Cornell University


Whether you come to Cornell for a semester or a lifetime, resources are available for growing your career, taking care of yourself and your family, and connecting with community.

Work-Life Balance

Flexible Work Arrangements

Wellbeing at Cornell

Tools for Working Remotely

Addiction Recovery Resources

Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP)

Phone number: 607-255-2673


Cornell's Faculty & Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) provides FREE professional counseling and support tailored to meet the unique needs of Cornell employees. If you're struggling with work or life concerns, they can help.

Tompkins County Mental Health

Crisis support: Dial 9-8-8, if there is imminent danger to anyone, dial 9-1-1


The mission of the Tompkins County Mental Health Services Department is to meet the needs of the residents of Tompkins County in the areas of mental health, developmental disabilities, and chemical dependency by providing prevention and early detection, comprehensively planned care, treatment, and rehabilitation services. 

Domestic Violence Resources

Advocacy Center of Tompkins County

24/7 Hotline: 607.277.5000

The Advocacy Center offers emotional support, confidential shelter, support accessing services such as hospital, police, court proceedings, social services, legal advocacy and safety planning.

  • Please visit our List of resources for various campus and local resources that are available to those in need of assistance as a result of domestic violence.
  • Guidebook for Managers and HR Professionals regarding Domestic Violence at the Workplace