Maintaining good mental health is an important aspect of being successful in college. Learning how to manage concerns such as stress, anxiety, and depression can help now and as students deal with challenges of life in the future. Southeastern understands that the shared responsibility of faculty, staff, and students is needed to ensure the health of our University community.
Things you can do for your mental health
Get plenty of rest
Nourish your body
Set realistic and achievable goals
Prioritize self-care as a responsibility
Surround yourself with strong family or social support
Get help when you need it
The University has a number of campus resources to help students maintain optimal mental and emotional health
UCC - 985-549-3894
CRISIS - 985-549-2222
Individual psychotherapy and group and family counseling for students, faculty, and staff
After-hours crisis counselor 24/7
Psychoeducation and programming
Medication management for indigent students
National Alliance on Mental Illness
Helpline - 800-950-6264
NAMI St. Tammany
(Hammond) The group meets the first and third Wednesdays of every month at 6:30 P.M.
For details and registration: https://www.nami.org
The PHONE: Anyone in crisis can call THE PHONE, 924-3900 to talk with a trained counselor. THE PHONE is available 24/7 to provide free and confidential crisis counseling to callers.
The Survivors of Suicide Program (SOS) offers ongoing support to survivors of suicide, those who have lost a loved one to suicide. The SOS support group meets weekly and provides survivors with a safe place to share their feelings, thoughts and memories about the person they have lost to suicide.
The Local Outreach to Suicide Survivors (LOSS) program provides immediate support to suicide survivors as close to the time of death as possible. LOSS team members are activated by the EBR Parish Coroner's Office or Police when a death by suicide occurs in our parish. While at the scene, the LOSS team can provide support, and information about resources available to them through the Center.
The Center offers Postvention support for bereaved family, friends, co-workers, and professionals who have been impacted by a tragic death or traumatic event.