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New York State Coronavirus Hotline
The New York State Department of Health has established a toll-free novel coronavirus (COVID-19) Hotline: 1-888-364-3065
This number can be called to access information about the novel coronavirus and to request testing information.
If you call seeking a test, this is what to expect:
1. Call, talk to the operators and give some general information about yourself, including your town
2. This info is passed along to the NYS Department of Health and they evaluate it
3. The DOH calls you back
4. If necessary, they then can direct you to the nearest testing center.
Important Phone Numbers
Health Advocate Student Assistance Plan (for Touro students): 1-855-384-1800
NYCWell: 1-800-NYC-WELL (1-800-692-9355)
NYS Emotional Support Hotline: 1-844-863-9314
Nassau County Department of Mental Health: 1-516-227-TALK (1-516-827-8255)
Response Crisis Center of Suffolk County: 631-751-7511
National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255