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Emergency Phone Numbers

 

EMERGENCY
911
POLICE--FIRE--AMBULANCE
(ON or OFF campus in Norman)

 

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CAMPUS numbers

 

325-2864
OU Police Department

(Non-Emergency.
For more OUPD contact numbers, click HERE.)

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325-2983
University Fire Marshal

(For Actual Fires / Smoke, Dial 911)

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325-7238
Department of Campus Safety

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325-7233
Max Westheimer Airport

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Campus, outdoor:

 

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 or blue pole with the word:

"EMERGENCY"


For older enclosed “cabinet” style phones, simply open the blue cabinet and lift the handset to talk to the police dispatcher.

 

For newer push-button “speaker phones”, simply push the button near the speaker grill to talk to the police dispatcher.

 

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Campus Help Lines:

 

405-325-5000

Alcohol and Hazing Hotline

 

405-325-3852

Disability Rescource Center

 

1-800-273-8255   (1-800-273-TALK)

Lifeline (suicide prevention line)

 

405-325-4929

Gender + Equality Center

 

405-325-2911

University Counseling Center

 

405-325-2914

OU Counseling Psychology Clinic

 

405-615-0013

OU Advocates (formerly SART)

 

405-701-5660

Rape Crisis Center

 

405-325-2215

Sexual Misconduct Office

 

405-325-3161

Student Affairs

 

405-364-9424

Women’s Resource Center

 

405-701-5540

Domesitc Violence Crisis Line

 

Emergency Communications System

Web Address: http://account.ou.edu

 

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Norman numbers:

 

405-292-9780
Norman Fire Department
non-emergency

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405-321-1444
Norman Police Department
non-emergency

911 (Emergency Calls)


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405-307-1500 (Emergency Department main number)
Norman Regional Hospital Emergency Medical Services (EMSStat)

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405-701-8888
Cleveland County Sheriff's Office

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405-321-8884
Norman Civil Defense

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405-701-5540


Domesitc Violence Crisis Line

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405-364-9424

Women’s Resource Center, Inc.

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405-701-5660
Sexual Assault Crisis Line

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405-321-4880
Community Mental Health Center

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405-321-4048
Cleveland County Health Department

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405-321-4048
Cleveland County Child Guidance Center

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405-321-0240
Crossroads Youth and Family Center

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405- 321-0022
The Virtue Center

(for addiction and mental health challenges)

 


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OKC Metro area
and state-wide resources:

 

1-800-222-1222
State Poison Center

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405-527-2141
McClain County Sheriff's Office

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405-425-2424
Oklahoma Highway Patrol

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844-465-4997
Oklahoma DPS Road Condition Hotline

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405-290-7770
Federal Bureau of Investigation
(FBI)

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405-848-6724
Okla. State Bureau of Investigation
(OSBI)

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405-748-8291
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms
(ATF)

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405-521-2885
Okla. Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control
(OBN)

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202-307-1000
U. S. Drug Enforcement Administration
(DEA)

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405-231-4206
U. S. Marshal Service

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1-800 numbers:

 

Note:  "TOLL-FREE" numbers currently includes all numbers with the area-code prefixes: 800, 866, 877, 888, and in the future will also include the prefixes 855, 844, 833, and 822.) North American

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1-800-222-1222
Oklahoma Center for Poison & Drug Information

 
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:
Oklahoma_Poison@ouhsc.edu

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1-800-522-8031
Okla. Bureau of Narcotics & Dangerous Drugs (OBN)

   

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1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433) or
1-800-442-HOPE (1-800-442-4673)
National Hopeline Network - Suicide prevention, awareness, and education.
Available 24 hours a day 7 days a week
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1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255)
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
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1-800-RUN-AWAY(1-800-786-2929)  

National Runaway Safeline

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Canada, Mexico, and the United States:
1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678)
Other Countries:
00-800-0843-5678 or 001-703-522-9320
24-Hour Hotline
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC)
http://www.missingkids.com/

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Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS) toll-free hotlines...

 


Teenline:  800-852-TEEN (8336)
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 hotline: 800-522-9054
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: 800-639-7233
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)  866-699-6605

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Note concerning 1-800 or “toll free” 800 numbers:

 

North American toll-free numbers, sometimes called "One-800 numbers" include the area codes 800 since 1967, 888 (since 1996), 877 (since 1998), 866 (since 2000) and 855 (since 2010). Area codes reserved for future expansion include 844, 833, 822, 880 through 887, and 889.

 

Some “regular” area codes may be deceptively similar to toll-free prefixes (e.g., 801, 818, 860, etc.) and have been exploited by fraudsters in international locations that can be direct-dialed with what appear, at first glance to be domestic area codes, including 809, 829, and 849, which are official prefixes for the Dominican Republic and 876 which is the area code for Jamaica. Toll-free numbers are also sometimes confused with 900-numbers, for which the telephone company bills the callers at rates far in excess of long-distance service rates for services such as recorded information or live chat.

 

Toll-free numbers are specific to each country. For example, a Sweden Toll-free number starts 020 and in Ireland, Thailand or Australia a Toll-free number would start with 1800-xxxxxx.