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DePaul Public Safety (Available 24/7) LPC: 773.325.7777 Loop: 312.362.8400
Chicago PoliceFor Emergencies - call 911
Survivor Support Advocates (confidential) Office of Health Promotion and Wellness 773.325.7129 email@example.com
Director of Gender Equity (Title IX Coordinator) firstname.lastname@example.org
University Counseling Services (confidential) LPC: 773.325.7779 Loop: 312.362.6923
Misconduct ReportingFree Hotline 877.236.8390 Web Intake Site depaul.ethicspoint.com
24 Hour HotlinesChicago Rape Crisis Hotline 888.293.2080 City of Chicago Domestic Violence Help Line 877.863.6338
All individuals who report that they have experienced sexual or relationship violence will be provided with a written
Sexual and Relationship Violence Rights and Options.
Campus and community resources are available to both survivors and supporters. Resources are available for counseling, medical and legal services, and academic support. A student may choose to use outside counseling if they have used all of their available sessions with DePaul's University Counseling Services or if they feel more comfortable discussing their experience with someone not related to the university.
We are aware that many problems may arise after experiencing a sexual assault. If you feel you or a friend may be struggling from an addiction or developing physical or mental health problems due to a sexual assault, it is a good idea to treat both the root cause and the resulting problem.
All individuals who report that they have experienced sexual or relationship violence will be provided with a written Sexual and Relationship Violence Information Sheet.
A comprehensive list of resources, both on and off campus, is available in a
printable pdf format here.