Reporting Options & Resources
For more information on reporting options and resources, please view our reporting process webpage linked below.
- On-Campus Resources
Hazen Center for Integrated Health, Hazen Hall
Counseling Center: (585) 395-2414 (confidential)
Student Health Center: (585) 395-2414 (confidential)
Prevention and Outreach Services: (585) 395-5431
Phone: (585) 210-8532
This service is confidential.
Location: Lathrop Hall
Phone: (585) 395-2226 (Non-emergency) or (585) 395-2222 (Emergency)
Title IX Coordinators
Denine Carr, JD
Title IX & College Compliance Office
Phone: (585) 395-5066
Title IX Deputy Coordinator
Phone: (585) 395-5042
Affirmative Action Officer
Phone: (585) 395-2442
Student Conduct System
Director of Student Conduct
Location: Thompson Hall
Phone: (585) 395-2122
Center for Select Respect/Center for Women & Gender
Location: Seymour Union Lower Level
Phone: (585) 395-5584
- Local Community Resources
Willow Center for Domestic Violence is a local agency that provides hotline support, emergency shelter, support groups, children services, family court services, domestic and dating violence education and prevention.
Ellen Yates (liaison to the College)
Phone: (585) 308-1718
Ellen can coordinate advocacy, safety planning, and provide short term counseling.
24-hour hotline: (585) 222-SAFE or (585) (232-1741 (TTY)
RESTORE leads the community response to sexual violence through advocacy and education, by providing safety, support and validation. Services are free and confidential.
Nicole (RESTORE advocate for the College)
Phone: (585) 210-8532
24 hour hotline: (585) 546-2777
24/7 crisis/suicide intervention. Services Monroe, Wayne, Ontario, Livingston, Cayuga and Seneca Counties. Provides assistance and referrals for emergency food, shelter, clothing, crisis counseling, substance abuse issues, employment, financial, legal issues, and physical and mental health needs.
Phone: (585) 275-515 or 211
TTY: (585) 275-2700
Headquartered within Strong Memorial Hospital, the HEAL Collaborative offers people who have experienced interpersonal violence access to physical and mental health services, as well as legal and social support, all in one place.
Phone: (585) 275-4325
IGNITE supports the needs of Deaf, DeafBlind, and Hard of Hearing survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual violence. Hearing advocates are available 24 hours a day.
VP: (855) 812-1001
TTY: (800) 787-3224
Voice: (800) 799-7233
Matthew J. Stegner
Senior Investigator and college campus liaison
Phone: (716) 255-0460
Phone: (585) 244-8640 or 1-800-342-9871
RESOLVE of Greater Rochester, Inc. is a local agency dedicated to intervening and preventing domestic and sexual violence against women.
Phone: (585) 425-1580
Saathi assists South Asian survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual violence. Volunteers speak one or more South Asian languages.
Phone: (585) 234-1050
Short-term crisis counseling, referrals, advocacy, court accompaniment, assistance in filing for NYS victim's compensation.
Location: 185 Exchange Blvd., Rochester, NY (2nd floor of the Rochester Public Safety Building)
Phone: (585) 428-6630
Short-term crisis counseling, advocacy, referral, case status and court information, assistance in filing for NYS victim's compensation.
Phone: (585) 753-4389
Crisis counseling, court escorts, advocacy, other support.
Phone: (585) 753-4573
STD Clinic offers free and confidential STD and HIV screening.
Phone: (585) 753-5481
Provides high quality legal representation and advocacy to low-income residents of Genesee, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, and Wayne Counties in family law matters. Assistance with Family Court Orders of Protection.
Phone: (585) 232-4090
Legal assistance and information: 24-hour hotline for those impacted by sexual assault, dating and domestic violence and stalking at (866) 341-7773. To reach an attorney directly during office hours, contact Ashilee Dickinson at (607) 776-4126.
- New York State Resources
Lists both on- and off-campus resources. Choose a SUNY campus or provide your zip code for a list of resources near you. Their website also describes students’ rights in over 100 languages, including Visa and Immigration resources.
NYS Hotline for sexual assault is (800) 942-6906 (available in English and Spanish).
24 hour hotline, provide direct client services to LGBTQ & HIV-affected survivors of all forms of violence, including hate violence, IPV, and sexual violence.
Phone: (212) 714-1141
Provides information on custody status of perpetrators.
Phone: (844) 845-7269
Non-emergency, toll free hotline to report Campus Sexual Violence to the New York State Police.
Phone: (888) 846-3469
- National Resources
These services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Callers can connect free of charge to the phone hotlines and will be directed to local agencies in their area. Individuals can also connect with trained hotline staff online through a secure chat messaging system.
Text HOME to 741741
Text LOVEIS to 22522
National organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ+ young people.
1-866-488-7386 or Text START to 678678
Break the Cycle is a national agency that provides comprehensive dating abuse prevention programs exclusively for young people based on the belief that “everyone has the right to a safe and healthy relationship and work every day to make that right into a reality.”
One Love Foundation is a national resource to end relationship violence through education and technology. Check out their mobile app for relationship self-test or call them at (410) 825-0994
“Offers advocates, criminal justice professionals, and victims with specific tips and information on responding to stalking.”
The Joyful Heart Foundation fosters education among community members concerned about issues of sexual assault, domestic violence and child abuse. “Such a community, empowered with knowledge, courage and compassion, can support survivors of this violence and engage in an open dialogue about how to collaboratively end the cycle of violence and abuse.”
Phone: (212) 475-2026