Resources

LSU Health Shreveport provides equal opportunity for all qualified persons in admission to, participation in, or employment in the programs and activities which the University operates without regard to:

  • Race
  • Creed
  • Color
  • Marital Status
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Gender Identity
  • Gender Expression
  • Religion
  • Sex
  • National Origin
  • Age
  • Mental or Physical Disability
  • Veteran's Status

Download LSU Health Shreveport's Administrative Directives and Permanent Memorandum to read the entire policy on Equal Opportunity. CLICK HERE

   

University Resources

SAVE Program   (318) 813-SAVE (7283)

Student Success Center(318) 813-4000, 1023 Provenance Place, Suite 100 

University Police Department: (318) 675-6165, Medical School Room G-213

EquaLSU: coubr1@lsuhsc.edu

Confidential Advisors

Michael McGill, MCD, CCC-SLP
SAHP Children’s Center
(318) 813-2965    

Elizabeth Guice
Director of Counseling Services
(318) 813-2966
EGuice@lsuhsc.edu    

Ms. April Coutee
Coordinator, Office of Graduate Studies
(318) 675-7674
acout1@lsuhsc.edu      

Christi Rinaudo
Student Affairs
(318) 675-4349    

Dr. Christopher Schmoutz
Asst Professor of Pharmacology, Toxicology & Neuroscience
(318) 675-4614
CSchm1@lsuhsc.edu

Laura Mackowiak
Student Affairs
(318) 675-5339
lmacko@lsuhsc.edu      

   

Local & State Resources

Local Resources

Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) (318) 227-7900

Project Celebration, Inc. (Domestic Violence Shelter)
(318) 226-5015

Shreveport Police Department 911
or (318) 673-7300

Bossier City Police Department 911
or (318) 741-8611

Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office
(318) 681-0611

Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office
(318) 965-2203

State Resources                                      

LaFASA (Louisiana Foundation Against Sexual Assault)
(888) 995-7273 www.lafasa.org/main/need_help

LCADV (Louisiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence) HOTLINE#
(888) 411-1333  
website: lcadv.org

National Resources

National Center for Victims of Crime www.victimsofcrime.org

Not Alone      
www.notalone.gov

RAINN:  Rape Abuse & Incest National Network
(800) 656-HOPE (4673)  
www.rainn.org 

National Sexual Violence Resource Center (800) 656-4673
www.victimsofcrime.org

National Domestic Violence Hotline
(800) 799-7233
www.victimsofcrime.org

National Network to End Domestic Violence (800) 799-7233
www.nnedv.org

Love is Respect
(866) 331-9474
www.loveisrespect.org

After Silence
www.aftersilence.org

Pandora’s Project
www.pandys.org

Male Survivor  
www.malesurvivor.org

1 in 6  
www.1in6.org

It Happened to Alexa Foundation  
(877) 772-5392  
www.ithappenedtoalexa.org

SAVE PROGRAM

Learn more about the
SAVE Program
   

Call: (318) 813-SAVE (7283)

 

Talking to a SAVE program counselor does not constitute reporting the incident.  However, the counselor can help you report the incident if you choose to do so.

Talking to a SAVE program counselor or reporting the incident can be initiated at any time.  Faculty and staff outside of SAVE program counselors are not confidential resources. 
 
If a student discusses the incident with faculty or staff with the exception of the SAVE program counselors, the faculty of staff member is obligated to report the incident.
 
In the event of sexual misconduct such as sexual assault or rape, medical care and the collection of physical evidence are very important.  The individual should not shower, bathe or change clothes and may be taken to the hospital emergency room.