Crisis and Emergency Services
If you are in a crisis, such as having thoughts of suicide, or if you are concerned about a student during regular business hours, please contact Susan Moore, director of counseling and wellness, at 314.446.8338, email@example.com or in person on the fourth floor of the Recreation and Student Center.
If you are unable to connect with a counselor, contact Rebecca Jones, assistant vice president for student affairs, at 314.446.8352 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or another student affairs staff member in person or phone immediately.
If you are in need of immediate assistance, please contact the Office of Public Safety at 314.446.SAFE (7233).
In case of a life-threatening emergency on or off campus, dial 911.
After normal business hours, students may call the Provident Crisis Hotline at 314.647.4357 to talk to a behavioral health counselor.
Urgent and walk-in mental health services are available at SSM Health Behavioral Health Urgent Care.
Emergency mental health care services are also available at SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital – St. Louis. Students can check in to the emergency room online before arrival to speed up the check-in process.
Students of Concern Committee
The Students of Concern Committee provides a confidential support system and early intervention for at-risk students. The committee receives referrals from the campus community about students for a number of reasons, including but not limited to academic, personal, financial, mental health or behavioral concerns.
Examples of concern include:
- Claims that a student is going to harm themselves or others. If you have an immediate concern, please call the Office of Public Safety at 314.446.SAFE (7233).
- A student's physical appearance is deteriorating.
- A student is suffering from or dealing with the side effects of a serious illness.
- There are concerns regarding a student’s mental or physical health, welfare or safety.
Once a report is submitted, the committee will assess the situation and follow up with the appropriate steps and interventions.
Suicide Prevention Program
Health care and pharmacy professionals work directly with patients who may be at risk for suicide.
Education, research and training in suicide prevention is imperative to ensure health care professionals are aware of the warning signs that high-risk patients may exhibit.
Ask. Listen. Refer. is a statewide initiative that provides online suicide prevention training for campuses across the state of Missouri.
This program provides information about identifying those who may be at risk for suicide, warning signs, response tactics and local resources available.
To learn more, visit asklistenrefer.org/stlcop.
For more information on pharmacy-focused prevention, visit pharmacistspreventingsuicides.com.