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Counseling Center

Emergency Services

*** IMPORTANT: If you or someone you know has attempted suicide and is in need immediate medical attention, or a suicide attempt is imminent, please call 1-911 (on-campus) or 911 (off-campus) for immediate medical assistance.

Walk-In Urgent Crisis Services:

During normal business hours, counselors are available to assist students in crisis. If possible, please call ahead (318-342-5220) and let us know that you’re coming. Please tell the receptionist that you are in crisis and need to see someone as soon as possible.

After-Hours Urgent Crisis Services:

Counselors are available for after-hours and weekend emergency services. Personnel within the University Police Department (318-342-5350) will contact counselors in an emergency situation. If you are in need of crisis intervention services, please notify the University Police Department. A counselor will respond immediately to students in crisis with an appointment or telephone call.

Examples of urgent crises:

Rape and Sexual Assault:

The Counseling Center provides counseling and support services for victims of rape and sexual assault. If you are sexually assaulted:

 

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