Oxford College

Oxford-Emory Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Services

Both Oxford and the Atlanta campus have professionals and organizations dedicated to helping those who’ve survived sexual violence and relationship violence. The bulk of these services are on the Atlanta campus. However, professional staff is aware of the difficulties faced by Oxford students attempting to seek help at the Atlanta campus, and are willing to work with you so you don’t have to travel.

If you’re unsure of who to call, Lauren Bernstein in the Respect Program at the Atlanta campus (Lauren.Bernstein@emory.edu, 404-727-1514) is always a good resource regardless of what campus you’re on--she can refer you to the appropriate Oxford staff or talk to you herself. If it’s not regular business hours, the RLCs have been trained to help students who have survived sexual assault and can help you get the care you need. Amanda Yu (amanda.p.yu@emory.edu, 770-784-8634) in Oxford’s Student Health department can also put you in touch with resources at Oxford.

What You’re Looking For

Oxford Staff/Resource

Atlanta Staff/Resource

Someone to help if you or a friend has been sexually assaulted (including hospital accompaniment)

RLC on call (find an RA and tell them to call the RLC or visit the RLC during business hours). If the RLC is unavailable or you don’t want to talk to them, the Oxford Police are another option (770-784-8377).

Lauren Bernstein (during business hours, Lauren.Bernstein@emory.edu, 404-727-1514) or ResLife staff (follow on-call pager directions in residence hall). If off campus, call the Emory Police (404-727-6111).

Counseling

Oxford Counseling and Career Services

(770)-784-8394

Counseling and Psychological Services

Studenthealth.emory.edu

Organizing a program/mini course about these issues

Amanda Yu (amanda.p.yu@emory.edu, 770-784-8634)

Office of Health Promotion (http://tinyurl.com/7cu2lpt)

A hospital to undergo a forensic exam (“rape kit”)

Hillandale Medical Center (2801 DeKalb Medical Parkway, Lithonia. GA 30058, 404-501-8000)

DeKalb Medical Center (2701 North Decatur Road

Decatur GA 30033, 404-501-5200)

Title IX/Sexual Misconduct/Reporting

Michele Sheets can help connect you with Carolyn Livingston, Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Student 404.727.7195, chlivin@emory.edu

Carolyn Livingston, Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Student 404.727.7195, chlivin@emory.edu

A way to get involved in preventing sexual assault.

Alliance for Sexual Assault Prevention/ASAP (Atlanta-based, Lauren.Bernstein@emory.edu, 404-727-1514)

Alliance for Sexual Assault Prevention/ASAP (Lauren.Bernstein@emory.edu, 404-727-1514)

Training to help survivors of sexual assault.

Sexual Assault Peer Advocates/SAPA (Atlanta-based, Lauren.Bernstein@emory.edu, 404-727-1514)

Sexual Assault Peer Advocates/SAPA (Lauren.Bernstein@emory.edu, 404-727-1514)

An anonymous hotline (not Emory affiliated)

RAINN National Hotline (1-800-656-HOPE)

DeKalb Rape Crisis Center Hotline (404-377-1428)

Religious counseling related to sexual assault

Chaplain Lyn Pace (ppace@emory.edu,

770-784-8392)

Office of Religious Life has multiple faith advisors (http://www.religiouslife.emory.edu/about/staff.cfm)