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Support Others at UConn.
You Can.

Whether you’re a friend, parent, partner, faculty, or staff, offering support to someone involved in sexual violence, relationship violence, or stalking may be one of the hardest and best things you’ll ever do. During this difficult time, UConn is committed to supporting you too.

Find information and resources at UConn to best support others and yourself. Select the role that best describes you below to learn about support during the recovery process.

URGENT & MEDICAL CARE
Find out how to get examined and treated for any injuries, tested for sexually transmitted diseases, learn ways to reduce the risk of pregnancy and more.
HOW UCONN CAN HELP
The University offers a number of on-campus resources to support those who have been affected by sexual violence, relationship violence, and stalking, including Student Health Services, Counseling and Mental Health Services, and the Dean of Students Office.
CONFIDENTIAL ADVOCACY
Get help from resources located off campus, including: Connecticut Alliance to End Sexual Violence and the Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence (CCADV).
INFORMATION FOR THE RESPONDENT
Information and support for students accused of sexual misconduct.
HELP FOR EMPLOYEES
The University offers resources for employees, including the Office of Institutional Equity and the Employee Assistance Program.
Student Health Services (Confidential)
860-486-4700 (24 Hours)
Counseling & Mental Health Services (Confidential)
860-486-4705 (24 Hours)
UConn Police
860-486-4800 (24 Hours)
Office of Institutional Equity
860-486-2943
Office of Community Standards
860-486-8402