Sexual Harassment, Assault and Domestic Violence

To view university specific reporting procedures or to anonymously report any incidents of sexual assault and/or harassment please see our Report an Incident tab.

The below content on this page provides various resources and support to our campus members and communities.

National Resources

Wanna Talk About It
https://www.wannatalkaboutit.com/

Hollaback! is a global, people-powered movement to end harassment — in all its forms. We believe that we all deserve to be who we are, wherever we are. We believe we all have a role to play in disrupting harassment and building a culture where it is no longer seen as “just the price you have to pay” for being a woman, LGBTQ+, a person of color, or any other marginalized identity. We teach people to take action, and to reach across their own identities to ally with others and establish a united front against harassment each time we witness it.
https://www.ihollaback.org/

RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) is the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization. RAINN created and operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline (800.656.HOPE, online.rainn.org y rainn.org/es) in partnership with more than 1,000 local sexual assault service providers across the country and operates the DoD Safe Helpline for the Department of Defense. RAINN also carries out programs to prevent sexual violence, help survivors, and ensure that perpetrators are brought to justice.
Organization website: https://www.rainn.org/
Organization Online Hotline: https://hotline.rainn.org/online

WomensLaw.org 
Provides information that is relevant to people of all genders, not just women. Our Email Hotline will provide legal information to anyone who reaches out with legal questions or concerns regarding domestic violence, sexual violence, or any other topic covered on WomensLaw.org.
https://www.womenslaw.org/

Resilience
A an Illinois not-for-profit organization with two primary goals: to assure that survivors of sexual assault are treated with dignity and compassion; and to effect changes in the way the legal system, medical institutions and society as a whole respond to survivors.
https://www.ourresilience.org/

National Sexual Assault Violence Resource Center
The NSVRC’s mission is to provide leadership in preventing and responding to sexual violence through collaboration, sharing and creating resources, and promoting research.
https://www.nsvrc.org

National Domestic Violence Hotline
Staffed 24 hours a day by trained counselors who can provide crisis assistance and information about shelters, legal advocacy, health care centers, and counseling.
1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
1-800-787-3224 (TDD)

NO MORE
NO MORE is dedicated to ending domestic violence and sexual assault by increasing awareness, inspiring action and fueling culture change.

https://nomore.org

StrongHearts Native Helpline
StrongHearts Native Helpline (1-844-762-8483) is a confidential and anonymous culturally-appropriate domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans, available every day from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. CT

https://www.strongheartshelpline.org/about-2/

Local Resources

The following table of resources was compiled by our Sexual Assault Prevention & Resource (SAPR) Committee. Resources provided are based on the locations of our undergraduate chapters and are open to any member of the local community, both on and off campus. Resources are listed in order by State.

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California | Colorado | Florida | Illinois | Indiana | Kentucky | Michigan | Missouri | New York
North Carolina | Ohio | Pennsylvania | South Carolina | Tennessee | Texas | Virginia | Washington

For additional support, you may also reach out to our Director of Title IX at titleix@alphapsilambda.net or our Sexual Assault Prevention & Resource Committee Chair, Annelyn Martinez at annelynjmartinez@gmail.com

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California

California State University, Sacramento (Alpha Gamma)

https://www.csus.edu

     
On-campusTitle IXYeshttps://www.csus.edu/student916-278-5770 The Title IX Coordinator oversees the prompt investigation of complaints alleging sexual harassment; reviews findings as to whether sexual harassment occurred; reviews proposed remedies (including interim measures) necessary to address the sexual harassment, eliminate any hostile environment, and prevent its reoccurrence; and serves as consultant to any disciplinary hearing panel where sexual harassment has been determined to have occurred to ensure the University’s compliance with Title IX.
On-campusSexual Violence SupportNoStudent Health & Counseling Services at The WELL916-278-5850 or call the hotline 916-920-2952WEAVE@csus.edu

Confidential Support from advocates, Resources & Information, Reporting Options, Advocacy & Accompaniment, WEAVE Counseling, Campus Resources
Additional website: weaveinc.org

On-campusCounseling ServicesNoStudent Health & Counseling Services at The WELL916-278-6252 Individual and group counseling, trainings
Off-campusCalifornia Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CALCASA) CALCASA
1215 K STREET, SUITE 1850
ESQUIRE PLAZA
SACRAMENTO, CA 95814
916-446-2520 CALCASA supports prevention both within California and nationally. The agency’s national project PreventConnect is the leading online community dedicated to advancing prevention.
Within California, CALCASA is an advocate for prevention activities, and provides training and technical assistance to support prevention practitioners in building effective prevention efforts in their communities. CALCASA provides training and technical assistance to California’s Rape Crisis Centers, including those centers that receive Rape Prevention and Education contracts from the California Department of Public Health. CALCASA works directly with member centers and partners across the country to build capacity to provide survivor-centered advocacy. CALCASA’s Public Policy team works to address California and federal legislation that affect California’s Rape Crisis Centers and survivors of sexual assault.
Off-campusCity of Sacramento Domestic Violence Resources    ########################################################################################
Off-campusSacramento County Victim Services 901 G Street
Sacramento, CA 95812

916-874-6218

https://www.cityo

daoffice@sacda.orgThe Domestic Violence Unit is comprised of a team of attorneys, victim advocates, investigators and support staff who are all involved in the prosecution of domestic violence cases. The cases prosecuted include sexual abuse, physical abuse, human trafficking, stalking and restraining order violations. Department 60 is the Domestic Violence Home Court; this is where the prosecution of domestic violence cases begins.
California State University, FullertonOn-campusCSUF University PoliceYesUniversity Police (on N. State College Blvd. adjacent to the State College parking structure)

657-278-2515

 UPD Police officers are available to answer questions, take reports, and refer to the appropriate jurisdiction depending on where the crime took place and, in some cases, can provide limited confidentiality. Survivors have the right to have an advocate present when reporting to or interviewing with law enforcement.
On-campusStudent Health CenterNo 

657-278-2800

 Student Health Services can provide STD/STI, HIV, pregnancy tests and
emergency contraception. The Student Health Center does not collect forensic
evidence from rape exams.
On-campusCounseling and Psychological ServicesNo 657- 278-3040 Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) will provide crisis counseling.
On-campusCSUF WoMen’s CenterNoUniversity Hall 205657-278-3928 The WoMen's Center can provide crisis counseling and referrals.
On-campusTitle IX and Gender Equity OfficeYesCP 700  A victim who at first requests confidentiality may later decide to file a complaint with the University or report the incident to the police, and thus have the incident fully investigated. These counselors and advocates can provide you with that assistance if you wish. These counselors and advocates will also explain that Title IX includes protections against retaliation, and that the University will not only take steps to prevent retaliation when it knows or reasonably should know of possible retaliation, but will also take strong responsive action if it occurs.
Off-campusAnaheim Memorial Medical Center 1111 W La Palma Ave, Anaheim, CA
92801
714-774-1450 AHMC Anaheim Regional Medical Center has the only Safe Place in Orange County. Every other Emergency Department and medical center in Orange County refers their patients to our Safe Place, once they have been medically evaluated. Things to know before a SAFE exam:
• During the exam you can expect to be checked for internal or external injuries,
foreign hair samples and semen or other bodily fluids.
• If possible, bring an extra set of clothes (the police may want the clothes worn
during the assault for evidence) and a friend or another supportive person
• Do not shower, drink, eat, douche or change clothes prior to an exam. These
activities destroy important physical evidence that is useful should you decide
to make a police report.
• Also, document everything you remember happening with as much detail as
possible.
Off-campusCSP Sexual Assault Victim Services  24 hour crisis line
714-957-2737
949-831-9110
  
Off-campusProject SISTER Victim/Witness Assistance
Center
  909-626-4357 909-387-6540  
Off-campusPlanned Parenthood 303 W. Lincoln Ave., Ste 105
Anaheim, CA 92805
714-956-2002 Planned Parenthood is able to provide STD/STI screening and pregnancy testing. This
is not a forensic exam, evidence will not be preserved. Emergency contraceptives are
available. Pharmacies that will dispense emergency contraceptives
1-888-NOT-2LAT
StateUniversity/ChapterOn-campus/
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Center/Office
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Colorado

Colorado State University-Pueblo (Alpha Zeta)On-campusCounseling CenterNoCenter for Health and Human Inquiry, Room 174719-549-2830 The mission of the Colorado State University-Pueblo Student Counseling Center is to provide a professional and confidential setting that meets the psychological, emotional, and developmental needs of students as they pursue their academic goals.
On-campusStudent Health ServicesNo2200 Bonforte Blvd
Pueblo, CO 81001
719-549-2830 After hours: 719-328-8320SHS@csupueblo.eduStudent Health Services is here to help each student achieve maximum physical health so that each may participate fully in the educational and personal growth opportunities offered by the University.
On-campusTitle IX Coordinator (Joshua Ernst)YesRoom 304 Administration Building719-549-2210
After hours/emergencies: 719-549-2373
josh.ernst@csupueblo.eduIf you have been sexually harassed, you are encouraged to file the report as soon as possible with the Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action and Title IX Coordinator who will receive your report and will implement a review and/or investigation of the incident/ allegation.
On-campusSexual Harassment & Assault Brochure     
Off-campusYWCA 801 N Santa Fe Ave, Pueblo, CO 81003719-542-6904  
Off-campusPueblo Rape Crisis Center 503 N. Main St., Ste 526
Pueblo, CO 81003
719-549-0549 PRCS provides support, empowerment, and advocacy during life’s toughest moments. If you need help, contact us any time of day or night
Off-campusParkview Medical Center Emergency 400 W 16th St, Pueblo, CO 81003719-584-4400 SAVA offers confidential and free services to sexual assault survivors and their loved ones.
24-Hour Rape Crisis Hotline- Trained advocates provide free and confidential support for survivors and their loved ones. Call us at any time: (970) 472-4200 or (877) 352-7273.
Individual Advocacy- Individual and confidential support throughout the medical and legal process.
Therapy – Individual therapy for those affected by sexual assault.
Support Groups- Weekly groups for primary and secondary survivors of sexual assault.
Off-campusCSU-Pueblo Sheriff's Office 909 Court St, Pueblo, CO 81003719-583-6250  
StateUniversity/ChapterOn-campus/
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(Link to Website)
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Florida

Florida Atlantic University (Upsilon)On-campusOwls Care Health PromotionYesDavie Student Union Building
SD-BC54 Room 206, Jupiter Student Resource building
SR-MC03 Room 112, Boca Student Services Building
SS-8 Room 222
(Second Floor above the Breezeway Food Court)
954-236-1115, 561-297-1048, 561-297-1048sdeatherage@health.fau.eduSTI/HIV testing (Tuesdays), Flip the Script: Sexual Assault Prevention Course, Sexual health products, Weekly discussions on gender & health equity.
On-campusOffice of Victim ServicesYesS.E. Wimberly Library Rm 156561-297-0500victimservices@fau.eduIncident reporting and connecting students to off campus resources.
On-campusCounseling & Psychological ServicesNoSS-8, Second Floor above the Breezeway Food Court561-297-3540 Individual counseling & support groups
Off-campusPalm Beach County Victim Services (Rape, Crisis and Violent Crime Hotline) 205 N. Dixie, Suite 5.1100, 5th floor
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
866-891-7273  
Off-campusDivision of Victim Services (FL State Attorney)  850-414-3300  
Off-campusVictims Services PBC 200 W. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, FL 33444 401 N. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach, FL 33401561-274-1500 or 561-355-2418
  
Off-campusNancy J. Cotterman Center 1611 NW 12th Ave, Miami, FL 33136(305) 585-7273 This is a rape crisis center that provides counseling to survivors and can conduct rape kits that are saved until the survivor makes a report with law enforcement. They also have a 24 hour assault help line.
Off-campusRoxcy Bolton Rape Treatment Center Jackson Memorial Hospital 1611 NW 12 Ave Ambulatory Care Center- East, 1st floor, room 116A

Miami, FL 33136
(954) 357-5775 , For hearing or speech impaired, please contact us through Florida Relay at 1-800-955-8771, TTY. RTC is a non-profit, hospital-based sexual assault crisis center located on the campus of Jackson Memorial Hospital. The center is staffed with Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE-trained), who provide comprehensive, quality medical treatment. The center’s victim advocates are available to provide support and crisis intervention, and short-term counseling services are offered by licensed clinicians. RTC is certified by the Florida Council Against Sexual Violence (FCASV), a statewide nonprofit organization committed to victims and survivors of sexual violence and the sexual assault crisis programs who serve them. All staff is sensitively trained to work with victims of sexual assault. RTC services are at no cost to the survivor and are completely confidential regardless of police involvement or reporting status.
Off-campusAid to Victims of Domestic Abuse Inc. Delray BeachShelter:
561-265-2900
Toll Free:
1-800-355-8547

Legal Advocate – Andrea:
561-573-9874
DVCW Advocate - Ileana:
561-573-2463

SART (Sexual Assault Resource Team)– Helen: 561-573-8328
https://www.avdaonline.org/
contact-us
AVDA promotes violence-free relationships and social change by offering alternative choices to end violence and domestic abuse. We are dedicated to empowering and supporting survivors of domestic violence to live violence-free and self-sufficient lives. AVDA provides a 24 hour hotline, residential services, and outreach programs.
Off-campusPalm Beach – YWCA Harmony House West Palm BeachHotline:
561-640-9844 or 800-973-9922 Outreach:
561-640-0050
 Harmony House for Women is a recovery house specifically for women. Harmony is a women’s alternative living facility geared toward providing its residents with a safe, drug-free environment in which to recover. It is our hope that we, the staff and supporters of the house, will be able to help you along in your transition from alcohol and/or drug addiction to a fulfilling life as a productive member of society. Our sole intent is to provide clean and affordable housing coupled with a certain degree of structure to any woman who decides that she is ready and willing to change her life for the better. If you have found this site and you feel that we may be able to assist you in your journey down the road to recovery; we encourage you to read on as your finding us was not a mistake but an opportunity to be taken advantage of. We are happy to serve clients from the entire United States and locally from Dade County, Broward County and Palm Beach County; from Miami Beach to Ft. Lauderdale and Palm Beach.
Off-campusBroward – Women in Distress Deerfield BeachHotline:
954-761-1133, (954) 527-5385 TTY/TDD
 Women In Distress of Broward County, Inc. is the only nationally accredited, state-certified, full-service domestic violence center serving Broward County. Our mission is to stop domestic violence abuse for everyone through intervention, education and advocacy. We offer 24-hour crisis intervention through our 24-Hour Crisis Hotline and emergency shelter, as well as counseling and support for victims and their children.
Off-campusMiami-Dade – Victim Response Inc. (The Lodge) MiamiHotline:
305-693-0232
  
Off-campusMiami-Dade Advocates for Victims Miami, HomesteadSafespace North-Hotline: 305-758-2546, Safespace South- Hotline: 305-247-4249  
Off-campusCenter for Trauma Counseling 6801 Lake Worth Rd, Suite 307
Greenacres, FL 33467
561-444-3914 Center for Trauma Counseling, a 501c3 nonprofit organization, was founded in 2012 by Helya Ortiz, LMHC, to serve Palm Beach County, Florida as a community mental health organization. Her vision was to provide cost-effective and easily accessible community-based mental services to the community, to ensure continued personal, social and professional development and support; for the achievement and maintenance of a fulfilling quality of life.
StateUniversity/ChapterOn-campus/
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Illinois

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (Beta)On-campusWomen’s Resources CenterYes 217-333-3137womenscenter@illinois.eduProvides crisis management, advocacy, and other support services.
On-campusRape Advocacy Counseling & Education Services (RACES)No 217-344-6298 or the 24-hour Crisis Line 217-384-4444 Provides individual counseling and other support services.
On-campusUniversity of Illinois Counseling CenterNo 217-333-3704 Provides individual and group therapy to aid in recovering from sexual trauma.
On-campusStudent Assistance Center 3rd floor of Turner Student Services Building (610 E. John Street, CH)217-333-0050helpdean@illinois.eduWalk-in assistance; counseling, advocacy and referral services; assistance with complaints, class absences, and withdrawals; report acts of intolerance. The Student Assistance Center offers 24-hour support to students. Professional staff, Intake Deans, are available to assist students Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.- 5 p.m. to assist with a range of issues which may be impacting their academic success including those related to health/mental health, problems with attendance or absence letters, the need to drop or withdraw from courses, information about various campus resources, etc.
On-campusMcKinley Health CenterNo1109 S Lincoln Ave, Urbana, IL 61801217-333-2700 Provides medical services for injuries, STI and pregnancy testing, emergency contraception, crisis intervention, emotional support, referrals for additional help and follow-up care.
Off-campusCarle Foundation Hospital 611 W Park St, Urbana, IL 61801217-383-3311 Provides emergency care and evidence collection following sexual assault.
Off-campusPresence Covenant Medical Center 1400 W Park St, Urbana, IL 61801217-337-2131 Provides emergency care and evidence collection following sexual assault.
Off-campusIllinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault (ICASA)
 100 North 16th Street
Springfield, IL 62703 USA
217-753-4117sblack@icasa.orgICASA is a not-for-profit corporation of 30 community-based sexual assault crisis centers working together to end sexual violence. Each center provides 24-hour crisis intervention services, counseling and advocacy for victims of sexual assault and their significant others. Each center presents prevention education programs in Illinois schools and communities.
Northern Illinois University (Gamma)On-campusSexual Misconduct Response and PreventionNoHealth Services Building room 230815-753-5560titleixcoordinator@niu.edu

Medical attention, access support services and file reports.

If you're not sure if you want to report the incident, contact the NIU confidential advisor (815-753-1206). They'll keep your conversation private and help you, whether or not you make a report.

On-campusTitle IX Coordinator (Sarah Garner)Yes 815-753-5560titleixcoordinator@niu.edu 
On-campusNIU Health ServicesNo385 Wirtz Drive in DeKalb, across from Wirtz Hall815-306-2777  
On-campusCounseling ServicesNo 815-753-1206  
On-campusAdvocacy Services Campus Life Building Room 200815-753-1206
 When the NIU Police receive complaints about sexual assault/harassment, domestic violence, dating violence or stalking, we refer students to speak with the Advocacy Coordinator at Counseling and Consultation Services. Advocacy Services provides assistance to students in a variety of ways, including but not limited to:

Education on victimization, orders of protection and other relevant information
Information on available options as a survivor
Assistance communicating with professors to coordinate academic support
Support at administrative meetings
Assistance making reports (NIU Police, DeKalb Police, Title IX)
Support coordinating various accommodations
Personal counseling referrals
Advocacy Services works with students through processes specific to the university and beyond. These may include Title IX, student conduct, academic and civil processes.

When an NIU student reports a criminal sexual assault to the NIU Police, the advocacy coordinator is informed. The advocacy coordinator has knowledge of both the criminal justice system and administrative processes at the institution and can answer questions regarding both systems.
On-campusHope Haven Shelter  815-758-5765 Hope Haven Shelter provides food, shelter and resources to the DeKalb homeless. For 20 years, they have helped those in need with the following services:

Emergency shelter program
Rapid re-housing
Life skills training
Permanent housing
NIU supports this amazing non-profit through student volunteers, fundraising and the adopt-a-family program.
On-campusKishwaukee Hospital 1 Kish Hospital Dr.
DeKalb, IL 60115
815-756-1521 If you have a medical emergency, please call 911 immediately. NIU paramedics and the DeKalb Fire Department will dispatch promptly. If you are transported for further medical evaluation, you will likely be transported to Kishwaukee Hospital.

For your non-emergency needs, Kishwaukee hospital offers 24-hour trauma, urgent care, lab, radiology and pharmacy services.
Off-campusSafe Passage P.O. Box 621, DeKalb, IL 60115Hotline:
815-756-5228
 We provide services including crisis intervention, medical advocacy for victims, short and long-term housing for survivors and their children, counseling, legal advocacy, children’s services, prevention programming and a partner abuse intervention program. All services are free and confidential to all survivors!
Off-campusIllinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault (ICASA) 100 North 16th Street
Springfield, IL 62703 USA
217-753-4117sblack@icasa.orgICASA is a not-for-profit corporation of 30 community-based sexual assault crisis centers working together to end sexual violence. Each center provides 24-hour crisis intervention services, counseling and advocacy for victims of sexual assault and their significant others. Each center presents prevention education programs in Illinois schools and communities.

University of Illinois Chicago (Zeta)

On-campusCampus Advocacy NetworkNo1101 W. Taylor Street, 3rd Floor (above Chicago Public Library)312-413-8206can-appointment@uic.eduThe Campus Advocacy Network is an on-campus center that serves students, staff and faculty who have experienced sexual assault, domestic/dating violence or stalking. The advocates at CAN have been trained to Illinois state standards in both sexual assault victim advocacy and domestic violence victim advocacy and have extensive training in stalking, as well as many years of experience working in the systems victims often need to access, such as university administrative systems and the criminal and civil court systems. Our services are free, anonymous and confidential and above all, victim-centered.

When we meet with someone who has experienced interpersonal violence the first thing we do is listen to the person’s experience in their own words. Based on the details of what has happened to them we then begin to identify the specific options that are available to them both on and off campus. Once all of their options have been identified we will discuss the details of each option, including helping a victim understand what each process or procedure will look like for them as well as helping them evaluate the benefits and drawbacks of each option.
On-campusUIC PoliceYes 312-355-5555  
Off-campusChicago Rape Crisis Hotline  888.293.2080  
Off-campusCity of Chicago Domestic Violence Helpline#########  877-863-6338  
Off-campusRape Victim Advocates 2452 W Belmont Ave.
Chicago, IL 60618
312-744-0665 RVA’s services are threefold in that they offer 1) advocacy, 2) counseling and 3) education/training. Their advocacy is available at 11 Chicago-area hospitals so that when a survivor is in one of the partnered Emergency Rooms, an advocate is paged to come and assist the medical staff in handling the case with emotional support, medical and legal information, referrals and follow-up services. Free and confidential counseling is provided to survivors of sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse and incest. Types of counseling available to choose from are individual, couple/family and group. Lastly, education and training opportunities are available to a wide array of audiences.
Off-campusCAWC 1116 N. Kedzie Avenue
Chicago, IL 60651
773-278-4566 Connections for Abused Women and their Children provides a shelter for women and children, counseling, advocacy and a 24-hour hotline in their commitment to end domestic violence. The help a woman receives when she flees an abusive relationship increases her ability to remain free from abuse. For battered women, CAWC services open up the possibility of forgotten dreams: education, career, better futures for their children, and lives free of fear and violence.
Off-campusAPNA GHAR 4350 N Broadway, 2nd Floor
Chicago, IL 60613
24-Hour Crisis Line:
(773) 334-4663 or
(800) 717-0757
Text Hotline: (773) 899-1041

Email: info@apnaghar.org
for general inquiries

u200bEmail: help@apnaghar.org
for information on programs and services

Apna Ghar (‘Our Home’) provides free holistic services and conducts advocacy across immigrant communities to end gender violence. Apna Ghar empowers women to be self-sufficient by a full spectrum of services from education to emergency housing to counseling and legal services. Their goal is to be a place that offers warmth, comfort, confidentiality, and the services most needed in a time of turmoil for survivors of gender violence.
Off-campusMujeres Latinas En Acción 4700 S. California
Chicago, IL 60632
773-890-8620Mail@MujeresLat.orgMujeres Latinas en Acción empowers Latinas through providing services which reflect their values and culture and being an advocate on the issues that make a difference in their lives. Chicago Latina women can benefit from a variety of programs offered, spanning the topics of domestic violence, Latina leadership, sexual assault, Empresarias de Futuro, parent support, Ventanilla de Salud, Proyecto Juventud and child care.
Off-campusIllinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault (ICASA) 100 North 16th Street
Springfield, IL 62703 USA
217-753-4117sblack@icasa.orgICASA is a not-for-profit corporation of 30 community-based sexual assault crisis centers working together to end sexual violence. Each center provides 24-hour crisis intervention services, counseling and advocacy for victims of sexual assault and their significant others. Each center presents prevention education programs in Illinois schools and communities.
DePaul University (Iota)On-campus DePaul Sexual Health & Violence PreventionYesOffice of Health Promotion and Wellness
2250 N. Sheffield Avenue/ Suite 307
773-325-7295  This site offers excellent DePaul and community resources for counseling, medical and legal services, personal and academic support, as well as education for prevention. It also provides information about DePaul’s policies and procedures regarding reporting and methods of addressing sexual and relationship violence.
On-campus LGBTQIA Resource CenterYesSuite 305 of the O'Connell Building at 1036 W. Belden on the Lincoln Park campus LGBTQAServices@depaul.edu 
On-campusWomen’s CenterYes   The DePaul Women's Center is a great space for rest and rejuvenation from your everyday activities at DePaul as well as a space for reflecting, reading, writing, collaborating and connecting with others. We invite you to join us in building a community of students, faculty, and staff at DePaul committed to creating, sharing, and strategizing around intersectional, coalitional, transnational, queer, transgender, antiracist, and feminist theories, research, activism, and movement building.
On-campusSexual Offense Policy and ProceduresYes    
 Title IX Coordinator Suite 307 of the Lincoln Park Student Center (2250 N. Sheffield Ave) titleixcoordinator@depaul.ed 
On-campusUniversity Ombudsperson#######No    
On-campusUniversity Counseling ServicesNoLincoln Park
2250 N. Sheffield
Student Center, Suite 350
773-325-7779  
Off-campusChicago Rape Crisis Hotline  888-293-2080  
Off-campusCity of Chicago Domestic Violence Helpline  877-863-6338  
Off-campusRape Victim Advocates 2452 W Belmont Ave.
Chicago, IL 60618
312-744-0665 RVA’s services are threefold in that they offer 1) advocacy, 2) counseling and 3) education/training. Their advocacy is available at 11 Chicago-area hospitals so that when a survivor is in one of the partnered Emergency Rooms, an advocate is paged to come and assist the medical staff in handling the case with emotional support, medical and legal information, referrals and follow-up services. Free and confidential counseling is provided to survivors of sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse and incest. Types of counseling available to choose from are individual, couple/family and group. Lastly, education and training opportunities are available to a wide array of audiences.
Off-campusMujeres Latinas En Acción 4700 S. California, Chicago, IL 60632773-890-8620Mail@MujeresLat.orgMujeres Latinas en Acción empowers Latinas through providing services which reflect their values and culture and being an advocate on the issues that make a difference in their lives. Chicago Latina women can benefit from a variety of programs offered, spanning the topics of domestic violence, Latina leadership, sexual assault, Empresarias de Futuro, parent support, Ventanilla de Salud, Proyecto Juventud and child care.
Off-campusIllinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault (ICASA) 100 North 16th Street
Springfield, IL 62703 USA
217-753-4117sblack@icasa.orgICASA is a not-for-profit corporation of 30 community-based sexual assault crisis centers working together to end sexual violence. Each center provides 24-hour crisis intervention services, counseling and advocacy for victims of sexual assault and their significant others. Each center presents prevention education programs in Illinois schools and communities.
Illinois State University (Lambda)On-campusISU PoliceYesIllinois State University Police Department
Campus Box 9240
Normal, Il 61790-9240
(309) 438-8631 or (TTY) (309) 438-8266ISUPolice@IllinoisState.edu 
On-campusSexual Assault Prevention and Survivor Services Student Health Services
Illinois State University
Campus Box 2540
Normal, Il 61790-2540
(309) 438-7948 Illinois State University's Sexual Assault Prevention and Survivor Services are free and confidential. Students are encouraged to seek services whether or not they wish to file a report. Accessing services will NOT result in a formal report being filed. An appointment can be scheduled through Student Counseling Services at (309) 438-3655.

Illinois State University's Health Promotion and Wellness office also provides resources for sexual health. They also provide various types of contraceptives. Visit Health Promotion and Wellness to gather some more information.
On-campusStudent Counseling ServicesNo320 Student Services Building(309) 438-3655,info@pathcrisis.orgGroup and individual counseling
On-campusPATH 201 East Grove Street, Suite 200 - Bloomington, IL 61701(309) 827-4005 24 Hour Crisis Line PATH provides services in the following areas:
Adult Protective Services
Homelessness
Suicide/Crisis
Off-campusYWCA - Stepping Stones 1201 North Hershey Road
Bloomington, IL 61704
(309) 827- 0461 x272info@ywcamclean.orgYWCA Stepping Stones, the local McLean County sexual assault program, provides 24-hour assistance for sexual assault and sexual abuse victims and their families in McLean County. We are here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Trained and caring sexual assault advocates can be reached anytime you need them.
Off-campusBloomington Police 109 E. Olive St
Bloomington, IL
309) 434-2700  
Off-campusNormal Police 100 E Phoenix Avenue
Normal, IL 61761
309) 452-1121   
Off-campusIllinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault (ICASA) 100 North 16th Street
Springfield, IL 62703 USA
217-753-4117sblack@icasa.orgICASA is a not-for-profit corporation of 30 community-based sexual assault crisis centers working together to end sexual violence. Each center provides 24-hour crisis intervention services, counseling and advocacy for victims of sexual assault and their significant others. Each center presents prevention education programs in Illinois schools and communities. 
Loyola University Chicago (Xi)On-campusCampus SafetyYes 773.508.SAFE (7233)
Escort Service:
773.508.RIDE (7433)
asksafety@luc.edu 
On-campusLoyola Sexual Assault AdvocatesNo 773-494-3810  
On-campusPastoral CounselorsNo 773-508-2200  
On-campusWellness CenterNo6439 N. Sheridan Road, Suite 311, Chicago, IL 60626773-508-2530 Counseling and local referrals
On-campusTitle IX (Timothy Love)YesGranada Center 4th Floor, 6439 N. Sheridan Rd., Chicago, IL 60626773-508-7766tlove@luc.edu
 
Off-campusIllinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault (ICASA) 100 North 16th Street
Springfield, IL 62703 USA
217-753-4117sblack@icasa.orgICASA is a not-for-profit corporation of 30 community-based sexual assault crisis centers working together to end sexual violence. Each center provides 24-hour crisis intervention services, counseling and advocacy for victims of sexual assault and their significant others. Each center presents prevention education programs in Illinois schools and communities.
Northeastern Illinois University (Rho)On-campusTitle IX CoordinatorYes5500 North St. Louis Avenue, C 216773-442-5412titleix@neiu.eduNortheastern’s Title IX Coordinator is responsible for managing the University’s compliance with Title IX. If you have a concern involving sexual harassment or gender-based discrimination of any kind.
On-campusDean of StudentYesC 324
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
773-442-4600student-affairs@neiu.eduStudents and registered student organizations (RSOs) are subject to University Student Code of Conduct proceedings for participating in academic and non-academic misconduct while on campus as well as during off-campus functions sanctioned, sponsored or supervised by the University. Below is a brief description of types of misconduct. See the Student Code of Conduct for comprehensive descriptions of misconduct.
On-campusConfidential AdvisorNoPedroso Center - B 159773-442-4686confidentialadvisor@neiu.eduA Confidential Advisor is employed by NEIU to provide emergency and ongoing support to student survivors of sexual violence (sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking). The Confidential Advisor informs survivors of the survivor’s rights and reporting options, and provides resources and services. The Confidential Advisor is not required to notify the Title IX Coordinator of any sexual violence reports.
On-campusStudent Health ServicesNoE 051 (Below the bookstore)773-442-5800health-services@neiu.edu 
On-campusStudent Counseling ServicesNo 773-442-4650counsect@neiu.edu 
On-campusUniversity OmbudsNoGoogle Hangouts Link: https://meet.google.com/jer-ubbb-ajj
u202aJoin by Phone: +1 (984) 444-8742,u202c PIN: u202a540 422 034u202c#
773-442-4527ombuds@neiu.eduThe Ombuds listens to people's concerns without judgment, helps them untangle and clarify issues, and explore a range of options or strategies for moving forward. Among other things, the Ombuds can provide information about university policies or procedures, help prepare for a difficult conversation, or facilitate discussions between two or more people. The Ombuds also works with groups to explore and address issues that create challenging group dynamics or conflict.
On-campusPedroso CenterYesPedroso Center - B 159773-442-5449cdia@neiu.eduA Confidential Advisor is employed by NEIU to provide emergency and ongoing support to student survivors of sexual violence (sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking). The Confidential Advisor informs survivors of the survivor’s rights and reporting options, and provides resources and services. The Confidential Advisor is not required to notify the Title IX Coordinator of any sexual violence reports.
On-campusCampus PoliceYes3701 West Bryn Mawr Avenue
Parking Lot F
Chicago, IL 60625
773-442-4100police@neiu.eduUniversity Police offers a safety escort service, particularly during hours of darkness for persons walking on campus or adjacent city streets, to Northeastern students, faculty and staff.
Call the University Police Department at (773) 442-4100 and provide the following information:
Your full name
Your current location
Your destination
Off-campusAdvocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center Crisis Line Wilton Building
938 W. Nelson St.
3rd Floor
Chicago, IL 60657
Scheduling:
773-296-3220
24-hour crisis line:
773-296-5380
 Services include mental health assessments, group therapy, individual, family and group counseling and psychiatric and medication services. We're sensitive to all sexual orientations, gender identities and cultural values. Services are available in English, Spanish and American Sign Language.
Off-campusApna Ghar 4350 N Broadway, 2nd Floor
Chicago, IL 60613
Crisis Line:
(773) 334-4663 OR u200b
(800) 717-0757
Text Hotline:
u200b(773) 899-1041
INFO@APNAGHAR.ORGAt Apna Ghar we are issue based and community focused. We have a three-pronged approach to ending gender violence.

1) We provide comprehensive intervention and prevention services aimed at helping survivor participants achieve safety, stability and self-sufficiency. In addition, we provide services to those who perpetrate harm to take responsibility to repair the harm.
2) We conduct outreach, provide community education, training and technical assistance in an effort to raise awareness about gender violence while providing resources and information on appropriate responses.
3) We conduct systems and policy level advocacy in partnership with advocacy groups to improve overall conditions for the survivors we serve.
Off-campusBetween Friends  1-800-603-4357https://www.betweenfriendschicago.org/
contact-us/
24HR hotline, teen dating violence prevention, counseling, legal assistance, education and training.
Off-campusCenter on Halsted 3656 N. Halsted Street Chicago, IL 60613773-871-CARE (2273)avp@centeronhalsted.orgThe Anti-Violence Project (AVP) at the Center on Halsted empowers lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and HIV-affected communities and allies to end all forms of violence through organizing and education, and supports survivors through counseling and advocacy.

AVP at Center on Halsted provides comprehensive individual and community programs for survivor advocacy and support to LGBTQIA survivors of hate and bias violence, discrimination, intimate partner violence, stalking, and/or sexual assault. If you or someone you know has experienced violence, threats, or intimidation AVP can work with you to help ensure your safety and provide the support you need.
Off-campusMujeres Latinas En Acción 4700 S. California
Chicago, IL 60632
773-890-8620Mail@MujeresLat.orgMujeres Latinas en Acción empowers Latinas through providing services which reflect their values and culture and being an advocate on the issues that make a difference in their lives. Chicago Latina women can benefit from a variety of programs offered, spanning the topics of domestic violence, Latina leadership, sexual assault, Empresarias de Futuro, parent support, Ventanilla de Salud, Proyecto Juventud and child care.
Off-campusKAN-WIN  773-583-0880INFO@KANWIN.ORGConfidential hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All of our services are free and strictly confidential. Domestic violence and sexual assault are highly prevalent in Asian immigrant communities; victims, particularly recent immigrants, face formidable barriers to safety and stability due to differences in their cultural and traditional backgrounds, isolation, limited English proficiency, and unstable immigration status, among others. They are in need of linguistically accessible support that can help address complex and unique issues that arise from their cultural and immigrant backgrounds.
Off-campusCity of Chicago Division on Domestic Violence  877-863-6338  
Off-campusIllinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault (ICASA) 100 North 16th Street
Springfield, IL 62703 USA
217-753-4117sblack@icasa.orgICASA is a not-for-profit corporation of 30 community-based sexual assault crisis centers working together to end sexual violence. Each center provides 24-hour crisis intervention services, counseling and advocacy for victims of sexual assault and their significant others. Each center presents prevention education programs in Illinois schools and communities.
Lewis University (Chi)
On-campusThe Center for Health and Counseling ServicesNoLower Level Mother Theresa Hall815-836-5455  
On-campusLU Cares    Reporting procedures, community resources, Title IX, Gender-cased violence education
On-campusLewis University Title IX Coordinator
(Graciela Dufour)
Yes  815-836-5548  
Off-campus Presence St. Joseph Medical Center
Emergency Room Sexual Assault Team
 333 N. Madison St.
Joliet, IL
815-725-7133  
Off-campusGuardian Angel Home - Sexual Assault Center 1550 Plainfield Road
Joliet, IL 60435 
815-730-8984dplier@gacsprograms.org Sexual assault often goes unreported. Many victims never tell anyone about the assault. This is not because they are unaffected by it, rather it is because they are so deeply affected. Frequently victims believe that the violence perpetrated against them was their fault. They have feelings of shame, guilt, anger and isolation. Often they feel too embarrassed to talk about the attack, even to the people closest to them.

The Sexual Assault Service Center is available to help survivors of sexual violence and their significant others. SASC offers a 24 hour hotline, individual and group counseling (adults & children), legal and medical advocacy, prevention education, and community presentations.
Off-campusSilver Cross Hospital 1900 Silver Cross Blvd.
New Lenox, IL 60451
815-300-1100  
Off-campusAdventist Bolingbrook Hospital 500 Remington Boulevard
Bolingbrook, IL
630-312-5000  
Off-campusLinden Oaks Hospital 852 West Street
Naperville, IL
800-955-OAKS (6257)  
Off-campusCrisis Line of Will County  815-722-3344  
Off-campusIllinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault (ICASA) 100 North 16th Street
Springfield, IL 62703 USA
217-753-4117sblack@icasa.orgICASA is a not-for-profit corporation of 30 community-based sexual assault crisis centers working together to end sexual violence. Each center provides 24-hour crisis intervention services, counseling and advocacy for victims of sexual assault and their significant others. Each center presents prevention education programs in Illinois schools and communities.
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (Alpha Delta)On-campusCounseling ServicesNoRoom 0220 of the Student Success Center, Lower Level 618-650-2842https://www.siue.edu/counseling/
contact/index.shtml
TAO: An online course in mental health.
Behavioral Health Counseling: Solution-focused, skills-building sessions. These sessions occur over 1-5 weeks.
Counseling Groups: A group format is often the most beneficial option for many student concerns. This usually involves 4-12 students and 1 or 2 group facilitators. Most groups meet every week at the same time for 1 ½ hours. Groups differ, but generally, members of the group discuss the issues that are concerning them and offer each other support and feedback.
Individual Counseling: One-on-one work with a counseling provider is reserved for students experiencing higher levels of distress that are severely impacting functioning (e.g., how you interact, your ability to perform academically and occupationally). Students in individual counseling are seen biweekly.
Referral to community providers: If concerns exceed the scope of our brief counseling focus, or if recommended resources are not available within the University, the student will be referred to community providers/resources. The Behavioral Health Case Manager can support you in making your first appointment (e.g., navigating choice and location of provider, cost, transportation, insurance coverage).
On-campusHealth Services Room 0220 of the Student Success Center, Lower Level618-650-2842https://www.siue.edu/counseling/
contact/index.shtml
On PEACe’s site you will find:
Resources and referral information.
Options for disclosing what happened for survivors and allies.
Options to chat with professionals about this topic.
Ways to be involved at SIUE in the work against gender-based violence.
On-campusPrevention Education and Advocacy Center (PEACe)  618-650-5492sdicken@siue.edu 
Off-campusSexual Assault Victim’s Care Unit 9400 Lebanon Rd., Edgemont IL, 62203618-397-0975https://callforhelpinc.org/who-we-are/contact.htmlThe Mission of the Sexual Assault Victims Care Unit is to end sexual violence and alleviate the suffering of sexual assault victims by providing support through counseling, advocacy, and community prevention services. They provide a 24/7 Sexual Assault Crisis Line.
Our Services:
Medical and Legal Advocacy
Counseling
Resources
What to do After an Assault
Victims Rights and Legal Support
Off-campusOasis Domestic Violence Shelter 111 Market St, Alton, IL 62002618-465-1978  
Off-campusIllinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault (ICASA) 100 North 16th Street
Springfield, IL 62703 USA
217-753-4117sblack@icasa.orgICASA is a not-for-profit corporation of 30 community-based sexual assault crisis centers working together to end sexual violence. Each center provides 24-hour crisis intervention services, counseling and advocacy for victims of sexual assault and their significant others. Each center presents prevention education programs in Illinois schools and communities.
Eastern Illinois University (Alpha Eta)On-campusConfidential Advisor (Lindsay Wilson)NoEIU Counseling Center217-581-3413lpwilson@eiu.edu 
On-campusTitle IX Coordinator (Dr. Shawn Peoples)YesOffice of Civil Rights217-581-3827  
On-campusEIU Counseling ClinicNoHuman Services Building217-581-3413health@eiu.eduThe Counseling Clinic within the Department of Health & Counseling Services has trained counselors available to provide emergency and ongoing support to survivors of sexual violence. They can assist with questions regarding sexual assault, and they can provide information regarding available resources. Confidential reporting means that the information provided to the confidential advisor will be maintained by the advisor in confidence, and the student’s name or other identifying information will not be shared with any person or department other than, in limited circumstances the University’s legal counsel, unless the student consents to the disclosure of his or her name. In the event that there is substantial risk of ongoing harm to the student, the campus community or the general public, the advisor may share information only as necessary to prevent such future harm.
Off-campusSexual Assualt Counseling and Information Service - SACIS SARAH BUSH LINCOLN
1000 Health Center Dr.
Mattoon, IL 61938
217-348-5033sacis@sacis.orgSACIS is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping survivors of sexual violence and their significant others reclaim their lives. SACIS is committed to changing the attitudes that foster violence against others. Services are available regardless of age, gender identity or expression, race and/or ethnicity, disability, spiritual preference, romantic orientation, or sexual orientation. All SACIS services are free and confidential.
Off-campusHOPE of East Central Illinois 1927 18th Street, Charleston IL 61920

Main Office: (217) 348-5931

Tuscola Office: (217) 599-0023

Crisis: 1-888-345-3990

Illinois Domestic Violence Helpline:
1-877-TOENDDV (1-877-863-6338)

 24-hour crisis hotline: HOPE maintains a 24-hour, 7 day a week, 365 day a year toll-free crisis hotline providing support, intervention, information, and referrals. 1-888-345-3990.
Housing: HOPE maintains two housing programs. Domestic violence emergency shelter, and transitional housing. The DV shelter can house up to 24 clients, and there are five transitional housing units.
IDVA Advocacy- HOPE staff accompanies individuals to and from court appointments, explain the Illinois Domestic Violence Act, and assist clients with orders of protection.
Community Advocacy- HOPE staff supports and accompanies clients to other community based social service agencies.
Counseling- Supportive counseling is offered in both individual and group settings for those affected by domestic violence.
Community Education- Provides information of family violence and homelessness to community organizations, clubs, and schools.
Transportation- Emergency transportation is provided to victims fleeing an abusive situation, to court hearings, and/or other community-based agencies.
Abuser Intervention Programs- HOPE works cooperatively and provides consultation to organizations providing intervention for men convicted of domestic battery.
Referrals- Connections to other community based services through means of speaking presentations, and crisis intervention.
Walk-in program- Support groups and services are provided for those not in need of emergency shelter.
Accessibility: HOPE facilities meet the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

HOPE of East Central Illinois serves Coles, Clark, Cumberland, Douglas, Edgar, Moultrie, and Shelby counties. All services provided by HOPE of East Central Illinois are free and confidential.
Off-campusIllinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault (ICASA) 100 North 16th Street
Springfield, IL 62703 USA
217-753-4117sblack@icasa.orgICASA is a not-for-profit corporation of 30 community-based sexual assault crisis centers working together to end sexual violence. Each center provides 24-hour crisis intervention services, counseling and advocacy for victims of sexual assault and their significant others. Each center presents prevention education programs in Illinois schools and communities.
Western Illinois University (Alpha Iota)On-campusWomen’s CenterYesMulticultural Center Suite 209
1 University Circle
Macomb, IL 61455
309-298-2242r-ayardochoa@wiu.edu 
On-campusWIU Office of Public Safety     
On-campusWIU Beu Health CenterYes    
On-campusUniversity Counseling CenterNoUniversity Counseling Center
Memorial Hall 1st Floor
1 University Circle
Macomb, IL 61455. 
309-298-2453ucc@wiu.eduIndividual Counseling Appointments – We are now offering Tele-Mental Health Counseling. Please click on the link to see if you are eligible for these services and for instructions on how to schedule an appointment.
Crisis Appointments – If you believe you are in crisis, please call our office to speak with an on-call counselor.
Group Counseling – Group counseling services are cancelled for the remainder of the semester.
Consultations– Students, faculty, and staff members are encouraged to contact the Counseling Clinic if they need to consult with one of our counselors over the phone.
On-campusTitle IX CoordinatorYes 309-298-1977 Resources, information regarding sexual assault, information on reporting sexual assaults, individual meetings.
On-campusWIU Student HotlineNo 309-298-3211 We are on-call seven days a week,
Sunday through Thursday from 7pm to 1am
and Friday and Saturday from 7pm to 3 am
On-campusWIU Psychology ClinicNo116 Waggoner Hall
Department of Psychology,
Macomb, IL 61455
309-298-1919 Our clinic provides the following services:
Individual psychotherapy for children & adults
Family therapy
Marital/Couples therapy
Assessment
On-campusInterpersonal Violence Prevention Initiative     
Off-campusWestern Illinois Regional Council Sexual Assault Program  24/hour crisis line: 309-837-5555 The WIRC-CAA Victim Services Domestic Violence Program provides assistance to victims of domestic abuse, including partner battering, child abuse and neglect, and elder abuse. Living in a violent environment where one suffers physical, psychological and verbal abuse can leave an individual feeling helpless and isolated. A Victim Services advocate can be a source of comfort and support. Available 24-hours a day, the advocate is a direct link to information and support services for the survivor and the survivor’s family.
Off-campusVictim Services (24 Hour) Crisis Line  309-837-5555  
Off-campusMcDonough District Hospital  309-833-4101  
Off-campusMacomb Police Department  309-833-4505  
Off-campusIllinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault (ICASA) 100 North 16th Street
Springfield, IL 62703 USA
217-753-4117sblack@icasa.orgICASA is a not-for-profit corporation of 30 community-based sexual assault crisis centers working together to end sexual violence. Each center provides 24-hour crisis intervention services, counseling and advocacy for victims of sexual assault and their significant others. Each center presents prevention education programs in Illinois schools and communities.
University of St. Francis (Alpha Kappa)On-campusCampus Safety & SecurityYesTower Hall815-740-3200 (24 hrs)  
On-campusHealth & Counseling ServicesYesMotherhouse Rm. 318815-740-3598 Counselors are available to assist with a range of concerns including, but not limited to:
Adjustment
Anxiety
Depression
Self-esteem
Difficulty in family and social relationships
Stress
Life challenges and transitions
Grief and loss
Counseling Center staff members are also available to provide consultation services, psycho-educational classroom presentations, and crisis management training workshops upon request throughout the academic year.
On-campus24/7 On-Call CounselorNo 815-278-2235  
On-campusUSF Wellness CenterYesTower Hall S213815-740-3399  
On-campusTitle IX Coordinator & Director of Institutional Diversity (Allison Heard)YesMotherhouse, C229
500 Wilcox Street
Joliet, IL 60435
815-740-5025aheard@stfrancis.eduThe Title IX Coordinator has the overall responsibility for the implementation of the Title IX program at the University of St. Francis. The Coordinator oversees the administration of grievance procedures for students, faculty and staff. The Title IX Coordinator also develops training, education and communication of all College discrimination and harassment policies.
On-campusBenefits, Compensation &
Deputy Title IX Coordinator (Molly Knapczyk)
YesSt. Clare Campus, Room 221
1550 Plainfield Rd.
Joliet, IL 60435
815-740-5076mknapczyk@stfrancis.eduThe Title IX Coordinator has the overall responsibility for the implementation of the Title IX program at the University of St. Francis. The Coordinator oversees the administration of grievance procedures for students, faculty and staff. The Title IX Coordinator also develops training, education and communication of all College discrimination and harassment policies.
On-campusAssistant Director of Athletics &
Deputy Title IX Coordinator (Cara Currier)
YesPat Sullivan Recreation Center, 2nd floor
500 Wilcox Street
Joliet, IL 60435
815-740-3407ccurrier@stfrancis.eduThe Title IX Coordinator has the overall responsibility for the implementation of the Title IX program at the University of St. Francis. The Coordinator oversees the administration of grievance procedures for students, faculty and staff. The Title IX Coordinator also develops training, education and communication of all College discrimination and harassment policies.
On-campusDean of Student Life (Mollie Rockafellow)Yes 815-740-3381mrockafellow@stfrancis.edu 
On-campusUniversity Chaplain/Minister Fr. Terry Deffenbaugh815-740-3605  
Off-campusJoliet Police Department 150 W Washington St, Joliet, IL 60432815-724-3100  
Off-campusSexual Assault Hotline  815-730-8984  
Off-campusWill County Crisis Line  815-744-5280  
Off-campusCrisis Textline  Text “ITSOK” to 74174  
Off-campusDomestic Violence Hotline  815-729-1228  
Off-campusPresence St. Joseph Medical Center 333 N Madison St, Joliet, IL 60435(24 hrs)
815-725-7133
  
Off-campusIllinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault (ICASA) 100 North 16th Street
Springfield, IL 62703 USA
217-753-4117sblack@icasa.orgICASA is a not-for-profit corporation of 30 community-based sexual assault crisis centers working together to end sexual violence. Each center provides 24-hour crisis intervention services, counseling and advocacy for victims of sexual assault and their significant others. Each center presents prevention education programs in Illinois schools and communities.
Bradley University (Alpha Pi)On-campusTitle IX Coordinator (Crystal Elliott) Yes 309-677-3223celliott@fsmail.bradley.edu 
On-campusExecutive Director of Student Support Services (Anne Hollis)Yes 309-677-3658ahollis@fsmail.bradley.edu 
On-campusExecutive Director of Residential Living and Judicial (Ryan Bair)Yes 309-677-2697rbair@fsmail.bradley.edu 
On-campusBradley University PoliceYes 309-677-2000  
On-campusBradley Counseling CenterNo 309-677-2700  
On-campusEthicsPoint ReportingNo 1-877-226-2407 EthicsPoint provides an electronic method of reporting and it is highly encouraged that the incident be reported to one of the following reporting methods already in place at Bradley University. Please be aware that while your information will not be shared unnecessarily, the reporting options below are not confidential.
Off-campusPeoria Center for Prevention of AbuseNo720 W Joan Ct, Peoria, IL 61614800-559-7233 CRISIS HOTLINE:
1-800-559-SAFE (7233)
 We are advocates for survivors of abuse in Central Illinois. We are therapists, caseworkers, counselors, speakers, trainers, crisis managers, leaders, community educators. Services:
Emergency Shelter
Therapy/Counseling
Orders of Protection
Saftey Planning
Support Groups
NEXTSTEP Housing
Off-campusMethodist/Unity Point Medical Center 221 NE Glen Oak Avenue
Peoria, IL 61636
309-672-5522  
Off-campusSt. Francis Medical Center 3630 East Imperial Highway
Lynwood, CA 90262
309-655-2000  
Off-campusIllinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault (ICASA) 100 North 16th Street
Springfield, IL 62703 USA
217-753-4117sblack@icasa.orgICASA is a not-for-profit corporation of 30 community-based sexual assault crisis centers working together to end sexual violence. Each center provides 24-hour crisis intervention services, counseling and advocacy for victims of sexual assault and their significant others. Each center presents prevention education programs in Illinois schools and communities.
Illinois Wesleyan UniversityOn-campusTitle IX Coordinator (Cindy Lotz) For reports by staff or third partiesYes 309-556-3536clotz@iwu.eduThe Title IX Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the University’s compliance with Title IX. The Title IX Coordinator’s responsibilities include overseeing all Title IX reports of sexual harassment and identifying and addressing any patterns or systemic problems that arise during the review of such reports.
On-campusInterim Associate Dean of Students (Lynda Duke) For reports by studentsYes  lduke@iwu.eduThe Title IX Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the University’s compliance with Title IX. The Title IX Coordinator’s responsibilities include overseeing all Title IX reports of sexual harassment and identifying and addressing any patterns or systemic problems that arise during the review of such reports.
On-campusAssociate Provost for Academic Planning and Standards, Title IX Deputy Coordinator (Rebecca Rosener) For reports by facultyYes211A Holmes Hall309-556-3667rroesner@iwu.eduThe Title IX Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the University’s compliance with Title IX. The Title IX Coordinator’s responsibilities include overseeing all Title IX reports of sexual harassment and identifying and addressing any patterns or systemic problems that arise during the review of such reports.
On-campusIWU Counseling and Consultation ServicesNoMagill Hall, Lower Level309-556-3052 Services include:
Direct counseling services to students.
Indirect consultation with faculty or staff who have concerns about particular students (e.g., "My advisee seems so sad and unmotivated. What should I do?").
Training and support to Residential Life staff, advisors, and other faculty and others who can support student mental health.
Outreach/prevention programs to the campus community (re: topics such as perfectionism, stress management, sexual assault prevention, alcohol education, etc). These programs can be presented to classes, residential hall floor meetings, fraternities/sororities, or other student organizations.
Counseling is provided by licensed psychologists, counselors, and social workers, for a variety of concerns, including, but not limited to, stress, anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, disordered eating, trauma, loss, adjustment, time management, and study skills. There is no charge for these services.
On-campusIWU Arnold Health ServiceNoMagill Hall - Lower Level309-556-3107 Provides survivors of sexual violence emotional support, a brief medical evaluation, preventative treatment for sexually transmitted diseases, and emergency contraception. At the request of the survivor, Arnold Health Service can coordinate transportation with IWU Campus Safety to Carle Bromenn Medical Center.
On-campus IWU Campus Safety Yes104 E University Ave309-556-1111 IWU Campus Safety provides 24-hour emergency response and patrol capability for the University community. They work closely with local police agencies and non-police community services. Although Campus Safety does not have police authority, they will protect the chain of evidence and facilitate upon request contact with BPD.
On-campusDean of Students OfficeYes103 Holmes Hall
1312 Park St.
Bloomington IL 61701
309-556-3111dstudent@iwu.eduThe Dean of Students Office investigates and coordinates campus adjudication of violations of the Student Code of Conduct, including sexual assault, stalking and other forms of sexual violence. The Deputy Title IX Coordinator will work with you to explore reporting options, supportive measures, and connect with campus and community resources.
Off-campusStepping Stones 1201 North Hershey Road
Bloomington, IL 61704
309-556-7000info@ywcamclean.orgStepping Stones, YWCA’s sexual assault program, provides 24-hour assistance for sexual assault and sexual abuse victims in McLean County. Advocates can provide telephone assistance, counseling, or help survivors report to the police, accompany victims to the hospital and/or to police and court appearances.
Off-campusCarle Bromenn Medical Center 1304 Franklin Ave., Normal309-454-1400 Carle Bromenn Medical Center provides sexual assault exams, including collection of forensic evidence, clinical evaluation, assessment, and treatment of injuries. Victims of sexual assault are typically seen by a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE), a registered nurse who has been specially trained to provide comprehensive care to sexual assault patients in a medical setting.
Off-campusBloomington Police Department 109 E. Olive St Bloomington, IL
309-820-8888 BPD responds to incidents in the City of Bloomington and provides investigation of reported sexual assaults and/or domestic and dating violence.
Off-campusNormal Police Department 100 E Phoenix Avenue
Normal, IL 61761
309-454-9535 NPD responds to incidents in the City of Normal and provides investigation of reported sexual assaults and/or domestic and dating violence.
Off-campusIllinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault (ICASA) 100 North 16th Street
Springfield, IL 62703 USA
217-753-4117sblack@icasa.orgICASA is a not-for-profit corporation of 30 community-based sexual assault crisis centers working together to end sexual violence. Each center provides 24-hour crisis intervention services, counseling and advocacy for victims of sexual assault and their significant others. Each center presents prevention education programs in Illinois schools and communities.
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Indiana

Purdue University Northwest (Epsilon)On-campusTitle IX Coordinator (Laura Odom)No 219-785-5545odoml@pnw.eduLinda Knox (Hammond Campus) and Laura Odom (Westville Campus) are the Title IX Coordinators at Purdue Northwest and are responsible for ensuring compliance with Title IX, including overseeing all complaints of sex discrimination (including sexual violence, sexual exploitation, relationship violence, and stalking) and identifying and addressing any patterns or systemic problems that arise during the review of such complaints.
On-campusTitle IX Coordinator (Linda Knox)No 219-989-3169lbknox@pnw.eduLinda Knox (Hammond Campus) and Laura Odom (Westville Campus) are the Title IX Coordinators at Purdue Northwest and are responsible for ensuring compliance with Title IX, including overseeing all complaints of sex discrimination (including sexual violence, sexual exploitation, relationship violence, and stalking) and identifying and addressing any patterns or systemic problems that arise during the review of such complaints.
On-campusPNW Counseling CenterNoHammond Campus: Gyte Building, Room. 005 | Westville Campus: Tech 101219-989-2366 Psychological Assessment/Testing, Personal counseling, Outreach and Mental Health Screenings, Consultative Services
On-campusPurdue Calumet Student Health Services CenterNo    
On-campusPUC Counseling CenterNo7030 Indianapolis Blvd, Hammond, IN 46324219-989-2366  
On-campusPurdue University Northwest Police Dept.YesHammond Campus
2200 169th Street
Hammond, IN 46323
HAMMOND CAMPUS
Emergency: 911 or (219) 989-2220
Non-Emergency: (219) 989-2220

Anonymous Tip Line: (219) 989-2912

WESTVILLE CAMPUS
Emergency: 911 or (219) 785-5220
Non-Emergency: (219) 785-5220
mill1817@pnw.eduBasic Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.), a free, nine-hour class
Advanced Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.), a free, nine-hour class
Self-Defense Awareness & Familiarization Exchange (S.A.F.E.), a free, 2-hour program Victim services
On-campusOffice of the Dean of StudentsYes 219-989-4141  
Off-campusSt. Margaret Mercy 5454 Hohman Ave, Hammond, IN 46320219-932-2300  
Off-campusAdvocate South Suburban Hospital (Hazel Crest, Ill.)  708-799-8000  
Off-campusThe Crisis Center, Inc. 101 Montgomery St, Gary, IN 46403219-938-0900 or 1-800-519-0469 (toll-free)nwielgos@crisiscenterysb.orgAlternative House - Emergency Shelter/Promises, Safe Place, Teen Court, Crisis Contact Hotline may be reached at (219) 938-0900 or a toll free number 800-519-0469,
Off-campusThe Caring Place  219-464-2128
1-800-933-0466
 THE CARING PLACE is a non-profit social service organization, serving the needs of domestic violence and sexual assault victims. Our organization primarily serves victims in Lake, Porter and Starke counties in Northwest Indiana, but may include victims across the country.
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KentuckyNorthern Kentucky  University (Psi)
On-campusNorse Violence Prevention Center Albright Health Center, Suite 246
1 Nunn Drive
Highland Heights, KY 41099
859-572-5865nvp@nku.eduNVP provides advocacy services to students impacted by sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking in addition to prevention programming across campus.
On-campusHealth, Counseling, and Student WellnessNoHealth Counseling and Student Wellness
University Center 440
Nunn Drive
Highland Heights, KY 41099
859-572-5650 Afterhours Emergency: 859-572-7777hcsw@nku.eduIndividual counseling, Group therapy, Psychological testing, Consultations, Telehealth Counseling
On-campusNKU PoliceYes 859-572-7777  
Off-campusWomen's Crisis Center 111 E 3rd ST, Maysville KY 41056Northern KY 24 Hour Crisis Line: 800.928.3335
Maysville 24 Hour Crisis Line: 800.928.6708
 What We Do
Women’s Crisis Center serves all individuals who have experienced domestic violence, rape, and sexual assault.

Who We Serve
The full array of Women’s Crisis Center services are offered at no cost and with the highest level of confidentiality to all survivors—inclusive of people of all genders, ethnicities, and sexual orientations.
Off-campusKentucky Association of Sexual Assault Programs (KASAP) 83-C Michael Davenport Boulevard
Frankfort, KY 40604
(502) 226-2704
Toll-Free Number: (866) 375-2727
TDD: KY Relay Service will relay the call: 711 or (800) 648-6057
 24-hour Rape Crisis Line. Call 1-800-656-HOPE (4673) to be connected to a local sexual assault program
Counseling and support for survivor and for family and friends
Accompaniment and advocacy in hospitals, law enforcement settings and other legal settings
Mental health and support services
Referrals to appropriate community resources
Assistance with Crime Victims Compensation Fund claims
 Off-campusSt. Elizabeth Ft. Thomas Hospital 85 N Grand Ave, Fort Thomas, KY 41075859-572-3100 St. Elizabeth Healthcare is the proud sponsor of the Women’s Crisis Center 40th Anniversary Toast for Hope Celebration. Together, it is our goal to help those who have been victimized become survivors.
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Michigan

University of Michigan-Dearborn (Alpha Epsilon)On-campusCounseling ServicesNoCounseling Services
2157 University Center
4901 Evergreen Rd, 2157 UC
Dearborn, MI 48128
313-593-5430umd-counseling@umich.eduThe Mission of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is to advance student success by promoting emotional wellness and psychological development by providing culturally competent, high quality, and confidential mental health services, prevention and educational programming, campus wide consultation, crisis response, and outreach. Our staff and trainees are committed to providing a safe, welcoming and affirming environment for all students.
On-campusOmbuds Services (Lee Savage) Yes2174 B -
University Center (UC)
313-593-5440 dearborn.ombuds@umich.eduOmbuds Services is an independent, impartial, informal, and confidential* resource for obtaining:

Information about university policies
Guidance in following university policies
Assistance in resolving concerns and critical situations
Help in cutting red tape and in obtaining appropriate and timely answers and information
Opportunities to discuss or question university actions
Active support for UM-Dearborn’s commitment to ensure that students are treated with fundamental fairness and personal dignity
On-campusUM-Dearborn Police DepartmentYesDepartment of Police and Public Safety
1300 Campus Support Services Building
4901 Evergreen Road
Dearborn, MI 48128
313-593-5333public-safety-requests-UMD@umich.edu 
Off-campusWayne County-SAFE  313-964-9701info@wcsafe.orgWayne County SAFE provides those affected by sexual assault with immediate and ongoing comprehensive services, at no cost, that encourage survivor healing and empowerment, promotes public awareness and leads social change.
Off-campusSexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center  Crisis Line: 734-936-3333sapac@umich.eduSAPAC promotes social change and activism on two levels: through the professional services we provide to the University of Michigan community, and through student leadership development wherein students help students as peers. We believe that women and men must work together to eradicate sexual assault, stalking, sexual harassment, and intimate partner violence and that this necessitates activism in many areas, including education, advocacy, crisis-intervention, safety-building, bystander intervention and policy development.
Off-campusEquality Michigan (LGBTQ) - Department of Victim Services 19641 West 7 Mile Road, Detroit, MI 48219313-537-7000communications@equalitymi.orgThe Department of Victim Services (DVS) at EQMI provides dedicated survivor-centered services to LGBTQ, SGL, and individuals living with HIV who have experienced violence, discrimination, and harassment.EQMI DVS works to increase self-determination, safety, and power for people who have been harmed.
Off-campusACCESS 2651 Saulino Court
Dearborn, MI 48120
313-216-2229aajrouche@accesscommunity.orgThe DVP program focuses on the integration of community members and agency staff in order to create awareness and mobilization around harmful issues such as, Intimate Partner Violence, Sexual Violence and Sexual Assault. Working with a culturally specific community presents unique barriers that enable us to create innovative methods in addressing these issues within community spaces. Cultural sensitivity and competency are at the core of all programming expectations, ensuring that we are delivering nuanced approaches when targeting sensitive topics.

The DVP program focuses on mobilizing community members to take action; while fostering an environment that allows community members to promote healthy relationships through community collaborations and collectively working towards ending Intimate Partner Violence.
Off-campusFirst Step-Western Wayne County Survivor Services
Karen Wilson
Smithbauer Center
4400 S. Venoy
Wayne, MI 48184 |
Detroit
2727 Second Ave.
Suite 304
Detroit, MI 48210
24 hour crisis line: 734-722-6800 First Step is the only non-profit agency in Wayne County providing comprehensive services for victims of domestic and sexual violence.

First Step provides free and confidential programs designed to help survivors of violence overcome the lack of intervention and support, the feelings of powerlessness, isolation, physical danger and fear, and the financial, emotional and cultural barriers that victims of violence often face when seeking help. 24-HOUR HELP LINE, Providing critical information and referrals regarding housing, legal assistance, counseling, temporary emergency housing, transportation, and health care is a large part of First Step’s work. The Transitional Housing Program provides full rent subsidy and support while helping survivors build a credit history and skills to obtain and maintain permanent housing. When home is no longer a safe option, First Step provides emergency, short-term housing for victims of domestic and/or sexual violence and their children. Family Advocates work with residents to assist them in meeting their goals. Residents have the opportunity to participate in vital services, such as individual and group counseling, safety planning, medical attention, housing referrals, and educational and recreational activities for children.
Off-campusHaven-Oakland County  24-HR CRISIS & SUPPORT
248-334-1274
TOLL-FREE CRISIS LINE
877-922-1274
TTY LINE
248-972-2540
 As Oakland County’s only comprehensive program for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, HAVEN provides shelter, counseling, advocacy and educational programming to nearly 20,000 people each year.
Off-campusSAFE House Center-Washtenaw County  SafeHouse Center HelpLine: (734) 995-5444
TTY SafeHouse Center HelpLine: (734) 973-2227
 info@safehousecenter.orgSafeHouse Center provides support for those impacted by domestic violence or sexual assault. SafeHouse provides free and confidential services for any person victimized that lives or works in Washtenaw County. Our services include emergency shelter for those in danger of being hurt or killed, counseling, legal advocacy, support groups, and especially, hope.
Off-campusTurning Point-Macomb County   24 hour crisis line: 586-463-6990 Turning Point’s mission is to provide programs and resources that enable victims/survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault to regain control of their lives.
Off-campusCommunity Health & Social Services (LA VIDA) 5635 West Fort Street
Detroit, MI 48209
313-849-3920 LA VIDA Partnership, a community program of CHASS Center, is a domestic violence and sexual assault intervention and prevention program that provides linguistically and culturally appropriate services and resources targeted to Latino/a youth and families in Southwest Detroit and Southeast Michigan. All services are provided in English and Spanish.
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Missouri

Washington University in St. Louis (Alpha Mu)On-campusRelationship and Sexual Violence Prevention CenterNoSeigle Hall, Suite 435
One Brookings Drive
St. Louis, MO 63130
314-935-3445rsvpcenter@wustl.eduThe RSVP Center fosters campus community that is safe, resilient, engaged and accountable.

24-hour services are available for individuals in immediate need of assistance, such as hospital care, reporting an assault to police or emergency housing accommodations. RSVP Appointment Types
LEVEL 1: EMERGENCY
If you are an IMMEDIATE RISK of harm to yourself/others or you have taken steps to harm yourself. If you are unable to care for yourself or unable to control yourself emotionally If you are experiencing intense fear, anxiety, etc. that is both overwhelming
AND you have been unable to cope. We will schedule you to see a therapist as soon as possible to focus on immediate concerns. *Brief appointments focused on addressing immediate safety concerns*
LEVEL 2: CRISIS
If you have thoughts of harm that cause you to be concerned for your safety but are NOT IN IMMEDIATE RISK of harming yourself/others and HAVE NOT TAKEN ACTION to harm yourself. If you in crisis that necessitates timely response by a therapist due to its severity. We will schedule you to be seen quickly (usually same day) to focus on immediate concerns. *Brief appointments focused on current crisis concerns*
LEVEL 3: NEW CLIENT
if you are looking to address concerns or problem that you believe have developed as a result of experiencing relationship and sexual violence AND your concerns do not require immediate reaction or result in an immediate state of crisis. We will schedule you for a new appointment based upon counselor availability and your own schedule within the next two weeks.
LEVEL 4: CONSULTATION
A consultation provides you with the opportunity to get answers to specific questions or discuss any concerns related to your own experience, or experience of a friend or family member. These appointments also address accommodation requests that are not related to a counseling need. Consultations are short and are typically only one-time appointments. Accommodation requests not related to immediate housing/general safety do not qualify for emergency or crisis appointments*

Please review the appointment descriptions
Identify which appointment matches your needs
RSVP staff will contact you based on the appointment you requested
On-campusWashington University PoliceYes 314-935-5555 Sexual assault, including acquaintance rape, is a very serious concern of WUPD. We have trained and specialized female and male officers to assist you. If you feel you are a victim of a sexual assault on campus, WUPD will guarantee the following:

We will meet with you privately, at a time and place of your choice, to take your report.
If you would feel more comfortable talking with a friend or advocate of your choice present, we will do our best to accommodate your request.
We will not notify your parents without your consent.
We will treat you and your particular case with courtesy, sensitivity, dignity, understanding and professionalism.
Our officers will not prejudge you, and you will not be blamed for what has occurred.
We will assist you in arranging for any necessary hospital treatment or other medical needs. We will also assist in locating emergency housing if needed.
We will fully investigate your case and will help you to achieve the best outcome. This may involve the arrest and full prosecution of the suspect responsible. You will be kept up to date on the progress of the investigation and/or prosecution.
We will help you to contact counseling and other available resources privately.
We will continue to be available to answer your questions, to explain your options, to explain your rights, to explain the system and process involved (prosecutor, courts, etc.) and to be a listening ear if you wish.
We will consider your case seriously regardless of your gender, sexual orientation or the gender or status of the suspect.
DIRECT SERVICES 24/7 assistance for crisis response
• Emergency hospital care
• Police reporting
• Emergency housing
• Orders of protection Counseling with licensed therapists
• Academic accommodations
• Emergency housing accommodations
• Medical leave
• Work accommodations at the university
• Information on reporting options
• Support for friends and family
• Safety planning
ASSISTANCE IN ACCESSING
• Hospital and medical care
• Police protection
• Orders of protection
• No contact orders
• No trespass orders
On-campusHabif Health and Wellness CenterNoNathan Dardick House, lower level314-935-6677HabifInfo@wustl.eduAppropriate exams, comprehensive STI screening, preventative medications, including emergency contraceptives, and ongoing medical and mental health care. Comprehensive medical care — including a forensic exam— is available at hospital emergency rooms. This does not require the student to report the case to law enforcement unless they choose to.
On-campusSexual Assault
and Rape Anonymous Helpline (S.A.R.A.H.)
NoSeigle Hall, Suite 435 One Brookings Drive St. Louis, MO 63130314-935-8080 (during academic year) S.A.R.A.H. is a student run, confidential helpline that offers counseling,
resources and referrals on rape, sexual assault, abuse, relationships
and health. It operates on a 24/7 basis during the academic year.
On-campusTitle IX OfficeYes 314-935-3393  
On-campusUncle Joe’s Peer CounselingNo 314-935-5099  
Off-campusSexual Assault Response Team (SART)  314-531-RAPE SART is a community response program run by the YWCA Regional Sexual Assault Center.
Off-campusYWCA St. Louis Regional Sexual Assault Center 3820 W Pine Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63108314-531-1115  
Off-campusCrime Victim Advocacy Center 539 North Grand Blvd., Suite 400

Saint Louis, Missouri 63103
314-652-3623, leave a voicemail, and a staff member will call you back Contact the Legal Help Line at 314-664-6699info@supportvictims.org
Advocacy Programs
CVC has seven different advocacy programs designed to provide direct services to victims and their families. Our advocates assist victims of intimate partner violence, homicide, nonfatal gun violence, and families in crisis.
Counseling Program
Our counselors provide trauma-specific interventions including person centered therapy, complex grief counseling, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, and Hypnotherapy.
Legal Assistance Program
Our Legal Assistance Program addresses the needs of victims who are indigent and under-served by providing services that combine expertise in domestic violence issues, including legal advocacy, safety planning, legal referrals, and legal representation for Orders of Protection.
Community Engagement
In order to raise awareness of victims' issues and educate the community, Crime Victim Center hosts special events, community outreach, and educational training.

Upon request, we will provide outreach to schools, police departments, court personnel, and other agencies.
Off-campusSafe Connections  24-Hour Crisis Helpline 314-531-2003 CRISIS INTERVENTION
Intervention anchored by our 24-hour Crisis Helpline, the first stop when a person reaches out at a time of crisis. They will find a person who cares about their situation.

INDIVIDUAL THERAPY
Licensed counselors and licensed social workers provide emotional and psychological support through Individual Therapy to help victims rebuild their lives as survivors.

PREVENTION EDUCATION
Relationship violence prevention programs help young people develop skills to reduce their risk of being victimized and learn how to be proactive in helping others.

SUPPORT SERVICES
Support Services including classes, workshops and social groups help adults learn how to enjoy healthy relationships and connect with others who have walked similar paths.
Off-campusLegal Services of Eatern Missouri 4232 Forest Park Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63108
314-534-4200
800-444-0514
  
Lindenwood University (Alpha Omicron)On-campusTitle IX Coordinator (Kelly R. Moyich)No