(ON or OFF campus in Norman)
OU Police Department
(OU Police Department, non emergency)
—if Closed call "HeartLine": 848-CARE (848-2273)
Those outside the (405) calling area should call the
National Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK (800-273-2255)
Women's Outreach Center
(Support services related to issues of sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, sexual harassment, stalking, eating disorders, racism, and all forms of sexism.)
GHC (Goddard Health Center)
GHC Appointment Desk
GHC After Hours Information
Academic Area Maintenance
University Fire Marshal
(For Actual Fires / Smoke, Dial 911)
OU Risk Managment
Max Westheimer Airport
OU has installed special telephones at various outdoor locations in academic and housing areas on campus that are connected directly to the OU police - no money - no dialing. These phones can be located by a blue light and a blue sign with the word: "EMERGENCY"
Simply open the blue cabinet and lift the handset to talk to the police dispatcher.
Norman Fire Department
Norman Police Department
911 (Emergency Calls)
307-1500 (Emergency Department main number)
Norman Regional Hospital Emergency Medical Services (EMSStat)
Cleveland County Sheriff's Office
Norman Civil Defense
Norman Shelter for Battered Women
(Domestic Violence Crisis Line)
Women's Resource Center, Inc.
Sexual Assault Crisis Line
Community Mental Health Center
Cleveland County Health Department
Cleveland County Child Guidance Center
Cleveland County Youth and Family Center
Norman Alcohol Information Center
Norman Drug Treatment Center
& Volunteer Services)
OKC Metro area
and state-wide resources:
McClain County Sheriff's Office
Oklahoma Highway Patrol
Oklahoma DPS Road Condition Hotline
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Okla. State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI)
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF)
Okla. Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control (OBN)
U. S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
U. S. Marshal Service
State Poison Control Center
"Contact" Suicide Hotline
Baptist Burn Center Hotline
(Burn Emergencies Only)
(Note: North American "TOLL-FREE" numbers currently includes all numbers with the area-codeprefixes: 800, 866, 877, 888, and in the future will also include the prefixes 855, 844, 833, and 822.)
Oklahoma Poison Control Center
(405) 271-1122 (TTY/TDD)
The Oklahoma Poison Control Center operates 24 hours a day, 365 days per year. The poison center staffs specially trained licensed pharmacists and nurses who provide emergency poisoning management advice to Oklahoma residents and health care professionals.
Non-First Aid related inquiries:
Okla. Bureau of Narcotics & Dangerous Drugs (OBN)
What should I do if I suspect drug activity|
in my family, neighborhood or school?
You can contact the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs at 1-800-522-8031 or (405) 521-2885, or phone your local police or sheriff’s department for assistance.
Also, the Association of Oklahoma Narcotic Enforcers has a Drug and Gang Hotline you can use: 1-888-376-8996, or via email at
Drug and Gang Hot Mail.
Toxic Chemical & Oil Spills
National Response Center (NRC)
Oklahoma Environmental Spill
& Citizen Complaint Hotline
or click HERE to use the online Citizen Complaint Form.
Child or Adult Abuse Hotline
(Oklahoma Department of Human Services Statewide Reporting Hotline — a 24-hour suspected child or adult maltreatment reporting hotline.)
National Runaway Switchboard
(A hotline for both teens and parents.)
Canada, Mexico, and the United States:
00-800-0843-5678 or 001-703-522-9320
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC)
Youth Domestic Violence Prevention Hotline
(Break the Cycle provides domestic violence prevention and early intervention services to youth, ages 12 to 22.)
Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS) toll-free hotlines...
Teenline, in operation every day from noon to midnight, offers a caring listener for teens who have questions or concerns about relationships, alcohol and other drug abuse, sexuality, and other topics. Teenline workers are trained to respond to crisis calls, but most callers simply want information or someone who will listen.
Teenline exists to help young people prevent problems, solve conflicts, and deal with the concerns that affect their lives. All calls are free and confidential. Many Teenline workers are teens or young adults themselves, well prepared to relate to issues of concern to others in their age group.
Reach-Out is the ODMHSAS's 24-hour toll free information and referral hotline. A resource for all Oklahomans, Reach-Out is there for individuals in a crisis and for those who simply want information. All calls are free and confidential. Callers to Reach-Out can get assistance in finding treatment or prevention facilities in their geographic area or can ask that the Department's Prevention Resource Center send free printed or video materials on mental health, substance abuse, or domestic violence.
Safeline is the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services' 24-hour toll free line providing information and referral on domestic violence and sexual assault. Through Safeline, callers can be referred to crisis intervention and shelter services, obtain information on filing a victim protective order, and learn about their rights under law. All calls are free and confidential.
Consumer Advocacy Division (ODMHSAS)
Oklahoma HIV/AIDS Hotline
National HIV/STD Hotline
People with concerns about sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are encouraged to contact their local county health department or call the National HIV/STD Hotline, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Oklahoma HIV/AIDS Hotline is also available to callers statewide, seven days a week, 24 hours a day, operated by the Oklahoma State Department of Health.
Oklahoma residents seeking access to HIV/AIDS services can call the Oklahoma hotline for resources, including names and locations of care consortiums and case managers who can help with services, such as dental care, counseling, transportation to medical facilities, and social services. The Oklahoma State Medical Association, (405)843-9571, can assist in locating a physician in your area who is familiar with the diagnosis and management of HIV infection and AIDS.
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Many of these numbers may be found at the front of your campus/Norman phone books.
Also see our TDD Lines on the Norman Campus page.
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