dd December 20, 2014


SANTA SELFIE — Keymani Bouderaux snaps a photo of herself with Santa Claus, Mrs. and Santa’s helper at the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Christmas party held in the J. Bennett Johnston Health and Environmental Research building and sponsored by the Louisiana State Troopers on Thursday (Dec. 18).

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Mental Health Resources

Tulane Cares. You Matter.

Tulane University supports the mental well-being of all students, faculty and staff members. Students who need help have a variety of options including: 

Counseling and Psychological Services (504-314-2277) and theWELL (504-314-7400) provided through the Tulane Student Health Services  504-865-5255 (uptown), 504-988-6929 (downtown).

Student Resources and Support Services (504-314-2160) provides problem-resolution assistance, case management services, victim support services and referral services. On-call line: 504-920-9900.

The Tulane University Police Dept. (504-865-5911) for emergency help.

National resources such as these also are available:

Kognito, an online course in recognizing signs of stress and feelings of suicide. The enrollment codes are “tulane14” for students and “tulanefs14” for faculty and staff.

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (800-273-8255) connects callers with a trained counselor at a crisis center in your area, anytime 24/7.

The Trevor Project Lifeline (866-488-7386) offers crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth.

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