To have a confidential conversation with someone who can provide immediate response, please contact or visit Rebecca Bishopric, Coordinator for Violence Prevention and Response from August to May. You can contact her at 336.278.5009 or email@example.com. You can also visit her in her office at Duke 204C. The coordinator can serve as your advocate or connect you to other resources should you choose to file a report. Visiting the coordinator does not require you to report.
To have aconversation with limited confidentiality with someone who can provide support from 8 a.m. Monday through 5 p.m. Friday, schedule an appointment with Leigh-Ann Royster, Associate Director for Health Promotion & Coordinator for Interpersonal Relationships and Community Well-Being. You can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 336.278.5017. The associate director can connect you with resources or help you file a report. The associate director is more likely than other immediate responders to be able to see you within a day. Because of limited confidentiality, sharing your story with the associate director will, in some cases, result in some form of reporting.
To schedule a conversation (limited confidentiality) with a process advocate on campus, please contact a member of Elon's Inclusive Community Process Advocate Team. All process advocates are trained to provide support to someone who decides to report an incident and/or pursue a campus process about an incident. You are welcome to speak with any process advocate you choose. Please understand that these advocates may not be immediately available to meet with you, but will meet with you at their earliest opportunity. The advocate can help you file a report or help you navigate an ongoing process if relevant. Because of limited confidentiality visiting anadvocate will, in some cases, result in some form of reporting.
To schedule an appointment with a campus official trained to receive official reports please contact the person's office via telephone or email.