We’ve compiled a list of resources on campus for primary and secondary survivors of sexual violence.
–LGBTQQ Counseling Group
–24/7 Sexual Assault Helpline: 919-515-4444
–Trained advocates who are available for crisis intervention and emotional support for students who have experienced sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and stalking
–Referrals for legal, medical, emotional, and student conduct resources
–Assistance with academic and housing accommodations
–Accompaniment to hearings and support services
–Support to secondary survivors
–The Movement Peer Educators offer a series of workshops on campus, including Supporting Survivors 101, Stalking 101, Healthy Relationships 101, Bystander Behavior 101, Sexual Violence 101, etc.
–Yearlong programs such as Feminist Fridays, Lunch and Learns, Intersectional Film Series, Book Club, the Women of Color Retreat, the Gender and Equity Research Symposium, and Alternative Service Breaks
The confidential sources are on campus are:
–The Counseling Center
–Student Legal Services
–Women’s Health Clinic at Student Health
*Please note that these centers are obligated to report sexual violence or harassment that occur at NC State.