Sexual Violence

Support Services

Information for survivors of sexual assault, stalking, dating violence and domestic violence.

Speak to someone confidentially

On Campus

Victim Advocate: Jessica Harris
508.910.4584
jessica.harris@umassd.edu

Health Services
Health Professionals/Nurse Practitioners
508.999.8982

Therapists/counselors
The Counseling Center
508.999.8648

Chaplains
Center for Religious & Spiritual Life 
508.999.8872

Off Campus

The Women's Center Inc.
405 County Street, New Bedford MA or
209 Bedford Street, Fall River MA
508.996.3343

The Women's Center Inc.
24-hour hotline
508.999.6636

 

File a report

For support filing police reports and complaints on campus, contact the Center for Women, Gender, and Sexuality at 508.910.6567.

For support filing police reports and complaints off campus, The Women's Center Inc. (for the SouthCoast) is available at 508.996.3343.

On Campus

University Police
Emergency line: 508.999.9191

Student Affairs
Title IX Deputy Coordinator
508.910.6402

Office of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
Title IX Deputy Coordinator
508.999.9293

Off Campus

Dartmouth Police
508.910.1700

Fall River Police
508.676.8511

New Bedford Police
508.991.6340

Westport Police
508.636.1122

Other sources of support

On Campus

Center for Women, Gender, & Sexuality
508.910.6567

LiveWell: The Office of Health Education, Promotion, & Wellness
508.910.6965

Housing & Residential Education
Please speak with your Resident Assistant or Resident Director.

Student Affairs
508.910.6402

Off Campus

National Sexual Assault Hotline
1.800.656.4673

National Domestic Violence Hotline
1.800.799.7233

GLBTQ Domestic Violence Project
1.800.832.1901

Our Deaf Survivors
1.844.637.2723

If seeking support from a non-confidential source, under Title IX, these individuals are considered "responsible employees" and must provide names to the Title IX coordinator. A responsible employee includes any employee who has the authority to take action to redress the harassment, who has the duty to report sexual harassment to appropriate school officials, or an individual who a student could reasonably believe has this authority or responsibility

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