EMERGENCY? Call HELP (ext. 4357) on the campus telephone system or 859.236.4357 from all other telephones.
For confirmed emergency situations that require the immediate assistance of police, fire, or EMS, the Danville Public Safety Department can be reached by calling 9-911.
PUBLIC SAFETY EMERGENCY INFORMATION
Communication is the key to ensuring the safety of students, faculty, and staff during an emergency. This involves effectively providing information to you as well as monitoring developing events in a rapidly changing environment. Click here for complete Emergency Communications Information.
Centre’s emergency management procedures are reviewed on an ongoing basis. This involves refining processes designed to deal with various types of emergencies, monitoring developing events and issues, and providing appropriate information in a rapidly changing environment. Click here for complete Emergency Preparedness Information.
Familiarizing yourself with the Centre College Emergency Procedures is one of the most important ways you can be prepared for an emergency. Click here for complete Emergency Procedure Information.
Getting a kit, making a plan, and being informed will put you in control during an emergency and will help reduce your reliance on others. The task to be informed and prepared is ongoing, simply seek out information about your risks and what you can do to prepare, and monitor what is happening in your area before, during, and after an emergency. Be familiar with resources accessible to you. Click here for complete Individual Preparedness Information.
Run, Hide, Fight
A hostile intruder situation can change rapidly. In addition to being aware of your surroundings and escape routes, thinking about how you will react to a hostile intruder situation in advance will help you act quickly and efficiently.
WHAT IF Thinking: Thinking through scenarios in your head can help you respond faster. Take time to understand your surroundings and environment, and then make a plan. During an active shooter or hostile intruder event, there are three choices an individual can make: Run. Hide. Fight. This video, developed by the City of Houston, describes life saving reactions to an active shooter.
AFTER HOURS EMERGENCY INFORMATION
After Hours Counseling Emergency
If you require immediate attention evenings or weekends for a mental health emergency, call 859.319.1546 to reach the on-call Counselor.
You may also call the Department for Public Safety, at 859.236.4357, who will reach a Counselor, or you may hear the on-call #, by calling either Counselor’s office numbers at 859.238.5740, or 859.238.5760.
In addition, 911 may always be called in an immediate emergency.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Available 24 hours per day, by calling 1.800.273.8255 (TALK).
Bluegrass Rape Crisis Center
24 Hour Crisis Line – 1.800.656.HOPE (4673)
Local Counselor – Carrie Callico – 859.236.4445
Weekend Walk-in Care
Danville Family Physicians
109 Daniel Drive, Danville
Saturday: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sunday: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Bluegrass Immediate Care
478 Whirl-A-Way Drive, Suite 200, Danville
Monday through Saturday: 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Sunday: 12:00 noon – 5 p.m.
Ephraim McDowell Health
217 South Third Street, Danville
Ephraim McDowell Health offers a comprehensive range of medical services, sophisticated technology, and skilled healthcare providers and serves more than 119,000 residents from six counties in central Kentucky. At the core of these services is Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center, a non-profit, 222-bed licensed hospital.
AUTOMATED EXTERNAL DEFIBRILLATOR LOCATIONS
Quick access to defibrillation is the number one factor for survival in cases of sudden cardiac arrest. There are several Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) owned by the College in permanent and moving locations. Below, you can see their locations:
- Campus Center Information Desk
- Norton Center Box Office
- Student Health
- Public Safety Office
- Sutcliffe – 1st Floor
- Sutcliffe Training Room