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An individual always has the option of seeking and working with confidential resources. These are resources available on and off campus to students who can keep information private and who are exempt from reporting disclosures of sexual misconduct to Title IX. Confidential resources can be a great place to start to find out about options available and to receive support. 

On Campus

Counseling Center
Student Success Center - 3rd floor
(540) 568-6552
Services:  Counseling, advocacy, consultation, and Sexual Trauma Empowerment Program (STEP)

Sexual Violence Prevention and Survivor Advocacy at The Well-UHC
Student Success Center, 1st floor
(540) 568-2831
Services:  Survivor support, advocacy, prevention, and a confidential survivor advocacy in The Well

University Health Center
Student Success Center, 1st and 2nd Floor
(540) 568-6178
Services:  Medical assistance and examination, STD testing, etc.

Campus Assault Response (CARE)
(540) 568-6411
Services:  JMU student-run hotline for survivors of sexual assault. The hotline is available when classes are in session during the fall and spring semesters.

In the Community

The Collins Center and Child Advocacy Center 
(540) 432-6430
217 S. Liberty Street, Suite 205, Harrisonburg VA  22801
Services:  Off-campus crisis counseling, support, and advocacy

Sentara RMH Hospital
(540) 689-1000
2010 Health Campus Drive, Harrisonburg, VA  22801
Services:  Emergency medical services and a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE Nurse) within 72 hours can perform a Physical Evidence Recovery Kit (PERK)

Rainn.org 
1-800-656-HOPE (4673)
Services:  24-hour national sexual assault hotline

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