Resources Matter

Martin, TN 38238


(731) 881-7869


(731) 881-7752


Johnna Webster, Coordinator

Resources Matter

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Emergency Resources

In case of Emergency call 911

Campus Resources

Community Resources

Martin Campus

  • West Tennessee Healthcare Volunteer Hospital
    161 Mt Pelia, Martin, TN
    (731) 587-4261

  • Baptist Memorial Hospital
    1201 Bishop St, Union City, TN
    (731) 885-2410

  • Carey Counseling
    456 Hannings Lane, Martin, TN
    (731) 480-0011

  • Martin Police
    101 University St, Martin, TN 38237
    (731) 587-5183

  • Weakley County Sheriff’s Department
    7591 Tennessee 22, Dresden, TN
    (731) 364-5454

Jackson Campus

  • Jackson-Madison County General Hospital
    620 Skyline Drive, Jackson, TN
    (731) 541-5000

  • Quinco Mental Health Centers
    (800) 467-2515

  • Madison County Sherriff’s Office
    546 East College Street, Jackson, TN
    (731) 423-6000

  • Jackson Police Department
    234 Institute Street, Jackson, TN
    (731) 425-8400

Parsons Campus

  • Decatur County General Hospital
    969 Tennessee 69, Parsons, TN
    (731) 847-3031

  • Quinco Mental Health Centers
    (800) 467-2515

  • Parsons Police Department
    535 Tennessee Ave S, Parsons, TN
    (731) 852-3714

  • Decatur County Sheriffs Department
    138 N East St, Decaturville, TN 38329
    (731) 852-3703

Ripley Campus

  • Lauderdale Community Hospital
    326 Asbury Avenue, Ripley, TN
    (731) 221-2200

  • Professional Care Services
    (800) 355-9918

  • Lauderdale County Sheriff's Office
    675 Hwy 51 S Ripley, TN
    (731) 635-1311

Selmer Campus

  • McNairy Regional Hospital
    705 Poplar Avenue, Selmer, TN
    (731) 645-3221

  • Quinco Mental Health Centers
    (800) 467-2515

  • Selmer Police Department
    144 N 2nd Street, Selmer, TN
    (731) 645-7907

  • McNairy County Sheriff's Department
    Justice Center 300 Industrial Drive Selmer, TN
    (731) 645-1004 or (731) 645-1005

Hotline Resources

  • 1-800-SUICIDE (800) 784-2433
  • Suicide Prevention Lifeline  - (800) 273-TALK or (800) 273-8255
  • National Veteran’s Crisis Hotline (800) 273-8255 - PRESS 1
  • Crisis & Suicide Prevention for LGBTQ: (866) 488-7386

Online Resources

  • American Association of Suicidology -
    AAS provides a variety of resources and educational materials for bereaved family and friends including locating a support group and how to facilitate your own survivor support group.
  • American Foundation for Suicide Prevention -
    The AFSP's Suicide Survivors Outreach Program has trained volunteers who conduct in person visits to newly bereaved family. They also provide information about support groups and other local resources. Visit the website to find out how to request an outreach visit.
  • The Jed Foundation - The Jed Foundation works to reduce the stigma students feel about having or seeking treatment for emotional problems. It provides safe, accessible resources for students to help themselves or a friend.
  • ULifeline -
    A program of the Jed Foundation, ULifeline is an anonymous, confidential, online resource center, where college students can be comfortable searching for the information they need and want regarding mental health and suicide prevention. The Jed Foundation provides ULifeline to all colleges and universities free of charge, regardless of the size or type of institution. Currently, more than 1,200 colleges and universities participate in the program. If your school does not participate, you can still access information on the Web site including suggestions for helping friends or family members suffering from mental illness and links to other online resources.
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) -
    A grassroots organization for people with mental illness and their families. NAMI has affiliates in every state and in more than 1,100 local communities across the country. NAMI on Campus clubs are student-run, student-led organizations that provide mental health support, education, and advocacy in a university or college setting.

Emergency Services

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Services Matter

Just as people trained in CPR help save thousands of lives each year, people trained in QPR learn how to recognize the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to Question, Persuade, and Refer someone to help. This training can be conducted for student organizations and clubs, classes and faculty meetings.

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