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What resources and support are available to the victim of sexual assault?

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Summary

Resources and support available to the victim of sexual assault.

Frequently Asked Question

What resources and support are available to the victim of sexual assault?

Answer

There are a variety of on and off campus support services available to individuals who have experienced sexual assault. A brief list of available resources is available below.

On Campus: Non-Confidential

Salem State University Police
Central Campus
978.542.6111

Able to take immediate action to help you. They can assist in obtaining a restraining order. Available 24 hours a day. 

Dean of Students Office
Meier Hall 245
978.542.6401

Able to take action in many areas to protect you, through utilization of the student conduct process.

Title IX Coordinator: Siobhain Feeney
978.542.2985

Oversees and ensures compliance of issues related to sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking. 

Residence Life
Atlantic Hall 131
978.542.6416

Able to take action to help you, through utilization of the student conduct process.

On Campus: Confidential

Counseling and Health Services
Ellison Campus Center 107
978.542.6410 or 978.542.6413

A confidential resource and can provide medical and counseling services as well as information and support. They can advocate for you with your consent.

The Prevention Education Advocacy Response Program (PEAR): Jessica Stevens

Ellison Campus Center Room 112
978.542.2987
24 hour Confidential PEAR Advocate: 978.594.7089 call or text
Provides programs, trainings and advocacy on topics related to sexual assault, dating and domestic violence and stalking. 

 

Off Campus

YWCA North Shore Rape Crisis Center

24-hour hotline: 800.922.8772

Free, confidential, and can accompany you to the hospital, police station, and/or court.

 

Healing Abuse Working for Change (HAWC)

24-hour hotline: 800.547.1649

Free comprehensive services to all individuals experiencing domestic violence.