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GETTING HELP

Even though we hope our students and employees will not need these services, know that they are here for you.

THERE ARE RESOURCES ON CAMPUS TO HELP YOU

If an incident occurs, we strongly encourage you to utilize the resources below to ensure that we can help you to the best of our ability and that you are protecting your health and safety. These include resources for confidential emotional support, safety and medical care, if applicable. It is important to us that you feel supported, safe and protected at NC State.

CONFIDENTIAL EMOTIONAL SUPPORT

Counseling Center, counseling.dasa.ncsu.edu, 919.515.2423. Emergency/crisis counseling for students 24 hours a day, every day of the year.

Student Health and Women’s Health, healthypack.dasa.ncsu.edu, 919.515.7304 (Student Health Services) and 919.515.2563 (Women’s Health). Convenient on-campus medical services to NC State students.

Student Legal Services, studentlegal.dasa.ncsu.edu, 919.515.7091 Available to inform students of all legal options related to sex discrimination or gender based violence.

Sexual Assault Helpline, 919-515-4444, 24/7/365 hotline available to anyone impacted by dating violence, sexual assault, rape, stalking or other forms of gender-based violence.

Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FASAP), er.hr.ncsu.edu, 866-467-0467. Confidential counseling to help employees, partners and dependent family members cope with personal problems.

SAFETY

University Police, campuspolice.ehps.ncsu.edu, 919.515-3000. NC State Police can assist with personal protection safety planning.

Student Conduct, studentconduct.dasa.ncsu.edu, 919.515.2963. Student Conduct can assist students with No Contact orders.

Violence Prevention and Threat Management, 919.513.4224. Provides effective intervention in situations that pose or may pose a threat to the safety of the community and safety planning assistance for faculty, staff and students.

Student Legal Services, studentlegal.dasa.ncsu.edu, 919.515.7091. Available to inform students of all legal options related to sex discrimination or gender-based violence, including court-issued No Contact orders.

Students of Concern, ncstatecares.dasa.ncsu.edu, 919.515.2963. Provides support for students who are in crisis or who are identified as exhibiting concerning or worrisome behaviors.

MEDICAL CARE

Student Health and Women’s Health, healthypack.dasa.ncsu.edu, 919.515.7304 (Student Health Services) and 919.515.2563 (Women’s Health). Medical attention that does not involve concern for prosecution may be received within regular business hours. They can provide physical exams, emergency contraception pills and test for sexually-transmitted diseases and infections. They do not offer forensic medical exams for evidence collection in sexual assault cases.

WakeMed, www.wakemed.org, 919.350.8000. Offers 24-hour services for survivors who need medical attention and offers specific care for sexual assault survivors through the Sexual Assault Forensic Examination (SAFE) Center. They can provide forensic medical exams if a sexual assault survivor is considering pursuing legal options. They can also provide emergency contraception pills and test for sexually transmitted diseases and infections.

InterAct of Wake County, www.interactofwake.org, 919.828.7501 (main office); 919.828.7740 (24-hour domestic violence crisis line); 919.828.3005 (24-hr sexual assault crisis line). Offers crisis counseling, information, assistance with shelter, emotional support, advocacy, court assistance and referrals to other agencies, as needed. They can also assist with paperwork for domestic violence protective orders and criminal charges. They have groups for survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence. They also provide 24-hour crisis lines for interpersonal violence survivors and offer forensic medical exams for sexual assault survivors via the Solace Center.

Solace Center 919-828-3067. Located at InterAct of Wake County at 1012 Oberlin Road, Raleigh, the Solace Center is a designated area for the forensic examination and treatment of survivors of rape/sexual assault.

ADDITIONAL CAMPUS RESOURCES

Financial Aid, studentservices.ncsu.edu/your-money/financial-aid, 919.515.7107. This office is available to support students with concerns about financial aid, billing or other finance issues that occur related to sex discrimination or sexual harassment.

GLBT Center, www.ncsu.edu/glbt, 919.513.9742. Support for GLBT-identified students and allies who have experienced violence or discrimination.

Human Resources, hr.ncsu.edu,  919.513.0700. Human Resources’ Employee Relations department is dedicated to providing consultative services based on a wide range of issues related to individual employment as well as organizational effectiveness and work environment issues.

Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity, oied.ncsu.edu, 919.513.0574. OIED is home to the university’s Title IX coordinator as well as investigators, equity officers and diversity offers available to answer questions about any Title IX matters or to report violations of Title IX.

University Housing, housing.dasa.ncsu.edu, 919.515.2440. Trained to assist students with a variety of concerns and/or direct students to necessary resources, such as medical or counseling.

Women’s Center, www.ncsu.edu/womens-center, 919.515.2012. Advocacy and support for sexual and relationship violence survivors.

 

GETTING HELP

Even though we hope our students and employees will not need these services, know that they are here for you.

THERE ARE RESOURCES ON CAMPUS TO HELP YOU

If an incident occurs, we strongly encourage you to utilize the resources below to ensure that we can help you to the best of our ability and that you are protecting your health and safety. These include resources for confidential emotional support, safety and medical care, if applicable. It is important to us that you feel supported, safe and protected at NC State.

CONFIDENTIAL EMOTIONAL SUPPORT

Counseling Center, counseling.dasa.ncsu.edu, 919.515.2423. Emergency/crisis counseling for students 24 hours a day, every day of the year.

Student Health and Women’s Health, healthypack.dasa.ncsu.edu, 919.515.7304 (Student Health Services) and 919.515.2563 (Women’s Health). Convenient on-campus medical services to NC State students.

Student Legal Services, studentlegal.dasa.ncsu.edu, 919.515.7091 Available to inform students of all legal options related to sex discrimination or gender based violence.

Sexual Assault Helpline, 919-515-4444, 24/7/365 hotline available to anyone impacted by dating violence, sexual assault, rape, stalking or other forms of gender-based violence.

Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FASAP), er.hr.ncsu.edu, 866-467-0467. Confidential counseling to help employees, partners and dependent family members cope with personal problems.

SAFETY

University Police, campuspolice.ehps.ncsu.edu, 919.515-3000. NC State Police can assist with personal protection safety planning.

Student Conduct, studentconduct.dasa.ncsu.edu, 919.515.2963. Student Conduct can assist students with No Contact orders.

Violence Prevention and Threat Management, 919.513.4224. Provides effective intervention in situations that pose or may pose a threat to the safety of the community and safety planning assistance for faculty, staff and students.

Student Legal Services, studentlegal.dasa.ncsu.edu, .919.515.7091. Available to inform students of all legal options related to sex discrimination or gender-based violence, including court-issued No Contact orders.

MEDICAL CARE

Student Health and Women’s Health, healthypack.dasa.ncsu.edu, 919.515.7304 (Student Health Services) and 919.515.2563 (Women’s Health). Medical attention that does not involve concern for prosecution may be received within regular business hours. They can provide physical exams, emergency contraception pills and test for sexually-transmitted diseases and infections. They do not offer forensic medical exams for evidence collection in sexual assault cases.

WakeMed, www.wakemed.org, 919.350.8000. Offers 24-hour services for survivors who need medical attention and offers specific care for sexual assault survivors through the Sexual Assault Forensic Examination (SAFE) Center. They can provide forensic medical exams if a sexual assault survivor is considering pursuing legal options. They can also provide emergency contraception pills and test for sexually transmitted diseases and infections.

InterAct of Wake County, www.interactofwake.org, 919.828.7501 (main office); 919.828.7740 (24-hour domestic violence crisis line); 919.828.3005 (24-hr sexual assault crisis line). Offers crisis counseling, information, assistance with shelter, emotional support, advocacy, court assistance and referrals to other agencies, as needed. They can also assist with paperwork for domestic violence protective orders and criminal charges. They have groups for survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence. They also provide 24-hour crisis lines for interpersonal violence survivors and offer forensic medical exams for sexual assault survivors via the Solace Center.

Solace Center 919-828-3067. Located at InterAct of Wake County at 1012 Oberlin Road, Raleigh, the Solace Center is a designated area for the forensic examination and treatment of survivors of rape/sexual assault.

ADDITIONAL CAMPUS RESOURCES

Financial Aid, studentservices.ncsu.edu/your-money/financial-aid, 919.515.7107. This office is available to support students with concerns about financial aid, billing or other finance issues that occur related to sex discrimination or sexual harassment.

GLBT Center, www.ncsu.edu/glbt, 919.513.9742. Support for GLBT-identified students and allies who have experienced violence or discrimination.

Human Resources, hr.ncsu.edu,  919.513.0700. Human Resources’ Employee Relations department is dedicated to providing consultative services based on a wide range of issues related to individual employment as well as organizational effectiveness and work environment issues.

Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity, oied.ncsu.edu, 919.513.0574. OIED is home to the university’s Title IX coordinator as well as investigators, equity officers and diversity offers available to answer questions about any Title IX matters or to report violations of Title IX.

University Housing, housing.dasa.ncsu.edu, 919.515.2440. Trained to assist students with a variety of concerns and/or direct students to necessary resources, such as medical or counseling.

Women’s Center, www.ncsu.edu/womens-center, 919.515.2012. Advocacy and support for sexual and relationship violence survivors.