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Number Nyne, a crisis hotline founded at the University of Oklahoma in the 1960s, is available to anyone who wants to talk about personal problems of any nature. Number nyne is open seven days a week from 8pm to 4am and operates entirely over the telephones with total confidentiality and anonyminity.

Number Nyne also provides service to those who are in crisis situations or need information about or referrals to community services.

The staff of Number Nyne is extensively trained to assist people in situations including depression, suicide, rape, and drug or alcohol problems.

If you want to talk to someone, they're there to listen. Call Number Nyne.

325-NYNE
(325-6963)

A crisis is defined differently by each individual. It can be a test, a divorce, a move, or any other change that causes stress or anxiety.

When someone is in crisis, that person exhibits signs of anxiety. Some signs are a fear of loosing control, a sense of dread and an inability to concentrate. Physical symptoms include sweating, a fast heart rate and chest pains.

HOW CAN YOU HELP?
You can refer friends, relatives and others that you think may benefit from our services. you can also volunteer your time as a telephone peer counselor.

Number Nyne is accepting applications. If you are interested in volunteering, please call 325-2914.


Number Nyne

OU Counseling Psychology Clinic
3200 Marshall Ave Suite 100
Norman, OK 73072
(405)-325-2914



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