In Crisis?

If you or someone you know has need for emergency after-hours care, including thoughts of suicide and/or self-harm, and the risk seems imminent:

Call Campus Safety at 901-843-3333 (on-campus)

Call 911
or go immediately to the nearest hospital emergency room.


If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, and the risk does not seem imminent:

During business hours (8:30am to 5:00pm, Mon-Fri): Call (901) 843-3128 or immediately walk in to the Student Counseling Center in the Moore Moore Building (next to the Refectory for a crisis session. 

After Hours or on weekends: Any Rhodes student who requires urgent or emergency counseling services outside of regular office hours can contact after-hours mental health support at (901) 843-3128 or (855) 861-9253.

Campus Safety is also available if you or someone you care about needs assistance or crisis counseling outside regular office hours: (901) 843-3880


 Additional Crisis Resources 

Trevor Project Lifeline – (866) 488-7386 – LGBQT
“Saving Young LGBQT Lives.”

Steve Fund Text Line 
Text STEVE to 741741 – People of Color
“Because the Mental Health and Wellbeing of People of Color Matters.”

Tennessee Crisis Text Line  
Text TN to 741741
“I need help now.”

Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network
1 (800) 273-TALK (8255)

“Saving lives in Tennessee"

Memphis Crisis Center
(901) 274-7477

“A lifeline of hope.”

National Runaway Safeline
(800) 621-4000

“Here to listen. Here to help.”


Additional Self-Help Resources

Alcoholics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous
1 (888) – GET- HOPE (438-4673)

Nar-Anon Family Groups

National Domestic Violence Hotline

Additional Sexual Assault Resources

Any Rhodes student who has been sexually assaulted has the following options for obtaining support:

  • Reports of sexual assault can be filed electronically and confidentially at: and click on “Making a Report” in the upper right hand corner of the page.
  • Contact the Title IX Coordinator, Inez Warner, by emailing or calling the Academic Affairs/Title IX Office at 901-843-3606.

Counseling Center staff are considered confidential resources and are not required to report an incident to the College. All other faculty and staff are mandatory reporters. For additional sexual assault resources, please see the Title IX resources page.