*** 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
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:
- Thoughts of harming yourself
- Thoughts of harming other people
- Recent victim of sexual assault
- Have not slept or eaten in a few days (not due to illness)
- Unable to go to class or function effectively (not due to illness)
- Experience a traumatic event or loss
Rape and Sexual Assault:
The Counseling Center provides counseling and support services for victims of rape
and sexual assault. If you are sexually assaulted:
- Get to a safe place immediately.
- Even if you choose not to contact the police, getting medical help is a necessity.
You may have injuries that are not apparent. You will be administered antibiotic therapy
to lessen the likelihood of a disease and the risk of pregnancy will be determined.
- Report the crime to the police – this does not mean that you have to press charges.
- Preserve valuable evidence which will assist if you decide to press charges. Do not
change clothes. If you must change, place clothes in a paper or canvas bag, not plastic.
Do not bathe or use toilet paper. Do not brush your teeth or drink anything.
- Students may contact Pamela Jackson, Student Center, Room 239, 318-342-5230 to file
a complaint of sexual harassment, which includes acts of sexual violence and sexual
assault. Policies and procedures related to reporting incidents of sexual misconduct
can be found at http://www.ulm.edu/titleix/. The online incident reporting form can be found at the following link: https://publicdocs.maxient.com/incidentreport.php?UnivofLouisianaMonroe.
- Emergency: 911 (off-campus) or 1-911 (on-campus)
- University Police Department: 318-342-5350
- ULM Health Clinic: 318-342-1651
- Office of Student Services: 318-342-5230
- National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255
- Monroe Police Department: 911 for emergency or 318-329-2600 (non-emergency information)
- Wellspring Alliance for Families: For rape/sexual assault services, call 318-387-4357;
For domestic violence services, call 318-323-1543
- Family Justice Center: 318-998-6030
- St. Francis Medical Center (Downtown): 309 Jackson Street - 318-327-4196
- St. Francis North Hospital - St. Patrick’s Psychiatric Care Unit: 318-966-4686
- Glenwood Regional Medical Center: 318-329-4200