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After-Hours Emergencies

You or someone you know may be in crisis or dealing with an emergency during a time when campus resources are not accessible. Some of these resources may become your primary source of assistance, or could be helpful to resolve the emergency until you can contact campus resources. The following are resources for after-hours emergency assistance:

 

Life-threatening or serious medical emergency (including physical illness or injury, or act of self-harm)
  • Call 911 immediately
Crisis line and suicide prevention resources
  • “The CALL” (24-hour crisis hotline)
    • Toll free: 1-866-314-6841
    • Local: 575-646-2255
  • 1-800-SUICIDE (national hotline)
  • 1-800-273-TALK (national hotline)
  • 1-888-628-9454 (Spanish speaking)
General medical concerns
  • Walk-in urgent care clinics (can search for more online)
    • Concentra Urgent Care (575-524-8888, 2170 E. Lohman)
    • Covenant Clinics (575-556-0200, 3961 E. Lohman)
    • Urgent Care Clinic (575-523-5400, 1605 El Paseo)
  • Memorial Medical Center
    • 575-522-8641
    • 2450 S. Telshor Blvd
  • MountainView Regional Medical Center
    • 575-556-7600
    • 4311 E. Lohman Ave
Rape and sexual assault
  • La Pinon Rape Crisis Center
    • Toll free:  1-888-595-7273
    • Local:  575-526-3437
Domestic violence
  • La Casa
    • 1-800-376-2272
Mental health needs
  • Memorial Medical Center
    • 575-522-8641
    • 2450 S. Telshor Blvd
  • Peak Behavioral Health Services
    • 575-589-3000
    • 5055 McNutt Rd, Santa Teresa, NM
  • La Frontera Mobile Crisis Unit
    • 1-855-334-2400
    • 575-650-7729
    • 575-993-8749
  • Mesilla Valley Hospital
    • 575-382-3500
    • 3751 Del Ray Blvd