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If you are a survivor of sexual violence or someone supporting a survivor and would like free and confidential support or to discuss other options, you can reach the Respect Program’s advocate, Wanda Swan, directly at 404-727-7388.

If you would like schedule free, confidential mental health counseling, or therapy, with Emory’s Counseling and Psychological Services (also known as CAPS) you can reach them directly at 404-727-7450.  CAPS is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 5 pm and students in crisis can walk-in and ask to speak to the counselor-on-call.  CAPS is located at 1462 Clifton Road in suite 235.

For assistance after-hours, and you are in crisis, contact Student Intervention Services by calling 404-430-1120.”

Guides

If you have been affected by sexual or relationship violence and are looking for resources, options, and support, download our resource guide here: respectRESOURCEguide

If you are a faculty or staff member who is supporting a student affected by sexual or relationship violence, download our response guide here: response guide. Please also remember to let the student know that you will need to report anything that they share with you to the Title IX Coordinator. If you are supporting another member of the faculty or staff at Emory, please contact the Faculty Staff Assistance Program for more information and resources.

If you are a student who is supporting a survivor, download the Sexual Assault Peer Advocates manual here: Fall SAPA Manual. You can also contact CAPS (404.727.7450) and receive more advice on supporting a friend.

If you are experiencing relationship violence or stalking and want a tool to plan for your safety, download our safety plan here: safety plan

If you are a faculty member who is hoping to proactively create a survivor supportive classroom and provide resources to your students, download our one-page guide here: Respect in the Classroom