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NOTE: Due to ongoing concerns posed by the coronavirus (COVID-19), EOCR has moved its operations offsite until further notice. We will continue to provide our services to the community using telephonic and other remote communications technology.

IF YOU ARE IN IMMEDIATE CRISIS, CALL 911.   Report an Incident

 

Chart of Confidential Resources

On-Grounds Resources/Confidential Employees

The University has a policy requiring most University employees to report any information disclosed by students regarding alleged acts of Prohibited Conduct to the University's Title IX Coordinator. Confidential Employees are exempt from this reporting requirement. The chart below identifies where "Confidential Employees" are located on Grounds.

On-Grounds Resources/Confidential Employees

UVA Medical Center, including the Emergency Department* (434) 924-2231
Student Health: Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) (434) 243-5150
Student Health: Gynecology* (434) 924-2773
Student Health: General Medicine (434) 982-3915
Student Health: Psychologists in the Student Disability Access Center (SDAC)

(434) 243-3915

sdac@virginia.edu

The Women's Center: Counseling Staff and Confidential Advocate (434) 982-2252
The McCue Center: Sports Medicine and Sports Psychology Clinical Staff** (434) 243-3477
UVA Teen and Young Adult Health Center*** (434) 982-0090
Mary D. Ainsworth Psychological Clinic****

(434) 982-4737

ainsworth@virginia.edu

Sheila C. Johnson Center for Human Services**** (434) 924-7034
Faculty Employee Assistance Program (FEAP)***** (434) 243-2643

* The University's Medical Center Emergency Department and the Elson Student Health Center Gynecology Department are the only local facilities with nurses who are specially trained to collect evidence for victims of sexual assault; that evidence collection must occur within 120 hours of the assault. According to the Virginia Department of Forensic Science, some types of forensic evidence may be collected for up to 120 hours after a sexual assault; however, the sooner the care is received the more options are available for evidence collection and/or medical treatment. The UVA Emergency Department is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The Elson Student Health Center is open Weekdays from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM and available after hours at (434) 297-4261. 

** The McCue Center serves student athletes. 

*** Provides health care for ages 12 to 26. 

**** These clinics are designed as clinical training programs and do not generally see students in crisis. Please call for an appointment. 

***** The Faculty Employee Assistance Program serves employees, including student employees.

Off-Grounds Resources

There are a number of local and national resource agencies that provide support assistance to victims of Prohibited Conduct. These agencies are not subject to the University's reporting policy. They will not disclose identifiable information to the University's Title IX Coordinator. 

Local Resources

Sexual Assault Resource Agency (SARA)

(434) 295-7273

24-Hour Hotline: (434) 977-7273

Shelter for Help in Emerency (SHE) 24-Hour Hotline: (434) 293-8509
Family Violence & Sexual Assault Hotline of Virginia (800) 838-8238
Martha Jefferson Hospital & Emergency Department (434) 982-7150
Planned Parenthood (434) 296-1000

National Resources

Rape and Incest National Network (RAINN) Online Hotline https://ohl.rainn.org/online
National Sexual Assault Hotline

(800) 656-4673