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Get Help

Get Help/Assistance

There are various means to access help addressing incidents of abuse. People are encouraged to seek assistance from resources that feel best for them.

Confidential Support (On and Off-Campus):

These resources are confidential, which means that they will not notify Title IX and/or police. You may access any resource/office that feels right for you. Visit this page for more information.

Reporting Options:

A victim/survivor of abuse may file a report to the Title IX office or law enforcement. When filing a report, you may have a support person present during the process; this can be a trusted friend, family member, or the CAPE advocate. Visit this page for more information.

Medical Assistance:

Obtain medical care for any injuries or suspected injuries. Visit this page for more information.

Non-Confidential Support (On-Campus):

These great resources can provide support but cannot guarantee confidentiality; they are required to notify the Title IX office of any known incidents of sexual misconduct (sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, stalking, and sexual harassment). Visit this page for more information.


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