Counseling Center

 SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY

UNIVERSITY COUNSELING CENTER

 

 

 

To: SUBR Community

 

The recent acts of violence demonstrated amid protests of injustice and disregard for human life have added to the existing and overwhelming stress the country is experiencing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

The UCC recognizes the anger, pain, and anxiety you may be feeling.  We also recognize and acknowledge the impact these injustices have on our students and campus community’s mental health and well-being.  Please know that you’re not alone.  If you need to reach out, feel free to contact the UCC staff through our email at counselingcenter@subr.edu or by phone at 225-771-2480 and a staff member will contact you within one to two business days.  However, if you’re in imminent need please dial 911 or use the appropriate number listed on this page.

 

Continue to stay safe,

 

SUBR University Counseling Center

 

 

If you are experiencing an emergency, call 911

In response to the ongoing coronavirus crisis, as well as Governor John Bell Edwards Order to remain at home, the staff of the UCC is now working with restricted counseling schedules. 

 

You may choose to send a message to counselingcenter@subr.edu and the Director or your therapist, if you are an existing client, will reply to your email in approximately 1-2 business days to set up an appointment.

During this time of transitions and uncertainties, we want you, our students, faculty, and staff to be able to access trained professionals ready and able to assist you.  Please avail yourself to the following emergency numbers:

 

                              The Phone Crisis Line; 24/7/365  225-924-3900

                              EBR Emergency Counseling Crisis Line; 1-866-310-7977

                              National Suicide Prevention Lifeline; 1-800-273-8255

                              Veterans Crisis Line; 1-800-273-8255 and press 1 or text 838255

 

If you live outside of the state of Louisiana, please place in your search engine the state you’re from with the wording "mental health crisis line".  For example, putting in "Texas mental health crisis line" (in your search engine) will bring up the following number; 1-800-272-8255. 

 

In addition, we provide counseling services to the SUBR Community through the SU Microsoft Teams Program.  If you feel a need for our services, please do not hesitate to contact us by email at counselingcenter@subr.edu,  or by phone at 225-771-2480.

 

Thank you for your understanding and please, do be safe.

 

The staff of the UCC

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