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If you believe you have been harassed or assaulted by a student, please consider making a formal report about the incident to University Public Safety (585-275-3333) or a staff member in the Center for Student Conflict Management (585-275-4085). You can find information about the conduct process online here and by calling and talking to a staff member in the Center for Student Conflict Management. The University will promptly investigate your complaint and take such actions as are appropriate under the circumstances.

If you believe you have been harassed or assaulted by a staff or faculty member, or by another member of the University community or a visitor, you also have the option of making a formal complaint under the University's Policy Against Discrimination and Harassment, which can be found here: Policy Against Discrimination and Harassment. If you wish to file a formal complaint, the form to do so can be found here: Formal Complaint Form.

If you would like more information about the University's policies and processes or if you would like to discuss a particular incident and the options available to you related to that incident please contact Morgan Levy, the University Title IX Coordinator at 585-275-7814.

University Public Safety 275-3333
University Health Service
Physician is on-call when the offices are closed
   River Campus Office, UHS Building, 1st floor275-2662
   Medical Center Office, Medical Center, 1-5000 area275-2662
   Eastman School Office, Student Living Center, room 106274-1230
   Health Promotion Office, UHS Building, 2nd floor273-5770
University Counseling Center
UHS Building, 3rd floor275-3113
Professional is on-call when the office is closed
Center for Student Conflict Management 
      College of Arts Sciences and Engineering
275-4085
CARE Network275-4085

Rochester Area Resources

Area Code 585
Lifeline275-5151
RESTORE546-2777
24 hour crisis information, referral, support, short-term crisis counseling, legal and medical accompaniment.
Alternatives for Battered Women (ABW)232-7353
24 hour crisis hotline, emergency shelter, programs, and treatment
Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV)244-8640,
  ext 17
Anti-Violence Project
Rochester Police DepartmentDial 911
   Victim Assistance Unit428-6630
Short-term crisis counseling, referrals, advocacy, court accompaniment, assistance in filing for NYS victim's compensation
Monroe County Sheriff's Office
   Victim's Assistance Program428-5495
Short-term crisis counseling, advocacy, referral, case status and court information, assistance in filing for NYS victim's compensation
Monroe County District Attorney's Office
Victim/Witness Assistance Bureau428-5704
Crisis counseling, court escorts, advocacy, other support
Monroe County Health Department733-5375
STD Clinic offers free and confidential STD and HIV screening

State & National Resources

New York State Resources

New York State Coalition against Sexual Assault800.942.6906
New York City Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project212.714.1141
24 hour hotline
New York State Sheriff's Victim Hotline800.247.8035
Provides information on custody status of perpetrators

 National Resources

Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN)800-656-4673
24 hour confidential national sexual assault hotline
National Center for Victims of Crime (NCVC)800-394-2255
Available 8:30 AM to 8:30 PM to help identify local services
The Clothesline Project
Pennsylvania Coalition against Rape
National Sexual Violence Resource Center
National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women
Gay and Lesbian Medical Association (GLMA)
 
Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN)