The School of Veterinary Medicine has a Student Affairs Office that provides academic advising as well as counseling for students experiencing stress, grief and other matters affecting their personal and professional lives. Contact their office by phone (225-578-9537) or email.
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The LSU School of Veterinary Medicine Wellbeing Committee webpage has plenty of resources and information on mental health and well-being.
The LSU Student Health Center's Mental Health Service provides additional resources for students.
In addition to resources available for students at LSU, the East Baton Rouge Parish Library has information and resources for EBRP residents affected by mental health, stress, or substance use.
Mental Health and Substance Use Recovery Resources
Coping With Traumatic Events & Disasters
Mindwise is a new mental health screening platform offered by LSU Human Resource Management (HRM) and the University Council on Gender Equity (UCGE). MindWise provides 13 clinically validated, anonymous self-assessments which direct individuals to local resources and educational information based on their selected responses.
Access to MindWise will be available on October 1st to all Faculty and Staff at no cost. Enrollment in LSU insurance is not required to utilize this free screening platform.
Visit here for more information: https://lsu.edu/hrm/employees/employee_resources/employee-wellness.php