Sexual and Gender-Based Misconduct Resources
The Office of Civil Rights and Institutional Equity has compiled a list of on-campus and local community resources that specialize in counseling and victim advocacy. While the contact information for a resource may be listed in one area, many agencies provide assistance in multiple areas.
Please note: Confidential resources are those agencies or entities that are not required, either by law or by policy, to report an allegation of Sexual Misconduct to CMU’s Title IX Coordinator. Confidential resources also provide confidential counseling and/or support services to people impacted by alleged acts of sexual misconduct, whether or not that person chooses to file a complaint or file criminal charges. There is no expectation that concerns or allegations brought to a confidential resource will be reported to CMU’s Title IX Coordinator.
You may speak confidentially to the following resources about your experience or concerns regarding sexual misconduct. Confidential resources are under no obligation to share your concerns with the Title IX Coordinator.
CMU Psychological Training and Consultation Center at The Carls Center
Health Professions Building 1101
CMU Sexual Aggression Peer Advocates (SAPA)
MDHHS- Sexual Assault Hotline
Health Care providers, including medical professionals at CMU’s Student Health Services, provide related care services.
Members of the clergy provide related clerical or spiritual guidance.