Call 911 first for immediate, emergency or medical response.
SAFEline is Elon's confidential support hotline for members of the Elon community who may be experiencing or who have experienced identity-based bias, discrimination or harassment or sexual violence, relationship violence or stalking. A confidential responder is available 24/7 to respond to survivors of interpersonal violence including sexual violence, relationship violence and stalking. When the dispatcher answers your call they will ask for a number to reach you so that the confidential advocate can call you back. The advocates who respond to calls into SAFEline are trained to give you confidential support and resources and support the choices you make. Members of the campus community may also reach the Coordinator for Violence Response or Weekend Violence Responders via Campus Safety and Police at 336.278.5555.
The Coordinator for Violence Response offers confidential support and resources for members of the Elon community. The Coordinator for Violence Response acts as a campus advocate for survivors of interpersonal violence. Visit the new R. N. Ellington Center on South Campus at 301 South O'Kelly Avenue to speak to the Coordinator for Violence Response in person or call during normal business hours to make an appointment. An advocate can tell you about health and counseling resources on and off campus, tell you about options for action and reporting and attend any appointments with you if you would like. If you need to speak to someone immediately please call SAFEline at 336.278.3333.
Elon offers counseling services at the R. N. Ellington Center for Health and Wellness. You can reach a counselor on call by calling Campus Safety and Police at 336.278.5555.
Medical professionals are confidential resources on our campus as well. Set up an appointment with a medical professional to seek medical attention for injuries or health related issues.
An ordained member of your faith tradition can act as a confidential resource for you.
CrossRoads Sexual Assault Response and Resource Center is located at 1206 Vaughn Road in Burlington.
Family Abuse Services of Alamance County is located at 1950 Martin Street in Burlington.