Interpersonal & Sexual Violence Response
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Elon University provides comprehensive response to issues of sexual violence, interpersonal violence, stalking, bias, harassment and hate. A confidential advocate can listen to your experience, discuss options and resources, and help support you through processes should you choose to engage with them. If you are seeking confidential advocacy, please contact AK Krauss, Assistant Director of the GLC for Violence Response at firstname.lastname@example.org or (336)278-5009, or contact Safeline 24/7 at 336-278-3333.
Elon University recognizes that people of all genders, sexualities, races, and abilities experience interpersonal and sexual violence, and deserve culturally humble care. We also recognize that individuals with marginalized identities often experience higher rates of violence and greater barriers to resources, and are mindful of that in our services. If you have experienced sexual violence, relationship violence, or stalking, there are resources available to you, whether it occurred during your time as a student, staff, or faculty member or before coming to Elon.
Options for survivors or victims of interpersonal and sexual violence:
- Call Safeline 24/7 at 336-278-3333
- Schedule a meeting with a Confidential Advocate
- Call 336-278-5009
- Email email@example.com
- Report to University
- This links to the Title IX page for Elon University. Any reports filed here will be responded to by the Title IX Coordinator. You may choose to fill out as much or as little of the form as you’d like.
- Get Medical Attention
- Community Resources
Students may also call Safeline for immediate needs in instances of identity-based bias. For other options and support for students related to identity-based bias response, please visit the page below.