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Interpersonal Violence Resources

After an experience of sexual assault, relationship violence, or stalking, it can be challenging to process and cope with the experience(s). It can also be difficult deciding if you would want to report the incident, seek medical care, or connect with mental health support. It's important to remember that your experiences and the impact they have can differ depending on the identities you hold. There are a variety of resources to support you as you navigate your experience. When choosing the best option for you, it is important to know the difference between confidential resources and private. Below we have included some information to help guide you to the best option for you.

  • 704‑687‑0311
  • Located in the Christine F. Price Center, CAPS provides short-term individual counseling, crisis management, consultation, referral services, and educational and preventive initiatives for the campus community. CAPS also provides group counseling for Survivors of Sexual Trauma, and various identity based groups and community drop in spaces. 
  • 704-687-1045 
  • Located in the Christine F. Price Center, CIC is a front-facing clinical case management department providing coordination of care and continuity of care services, and follow-up for students. CIC provides outreach and programming to encourage and provide more access to care for students who may be ambivalent, unsure, or do not have the desire to seek more formal wellness services.
  • 704-687-7400 
  • The UNC Charlotte Student Health Center (SHC) provides primary medical care, disease prevention, health education, wellness promotion, and various specialty services to all registered UNC Charlotte students, regardless of the type of health insurance they carry. 
  • Hotline: 980.771.4673
  • Safe Alliance provides hope and healing for those impacted by domestic violence and sexual assault. Services include the Greater Charlotte Hope Line (980.771.4673), Clyde and Ethel Dickson Domestic Violence Shelter, a Sexual Trauma Resource Center, Victim Assistance Court Program, counseling, and support groups. 
  • (704) 361-5230 
  • Brave Step empowers individuals who have been impacted by sexual violence. To shape a strong, supportive community Brave Step provides personalized services that help adults impacted by sexual violence reclaim the life they deserve, foster brave public conversations about sexual violence, and cultivate courageous changemakers. 
  • Hotline: 800-799-7233
  • 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, the National Domestic Violence Hotline provides essential tools and support to help victims/survivors of domestic violence so they can live their lives free of abuse. Callers can expect highly-trained, expert advocates to offer free, confidential, and compassionate support, crisis intervention information, education, and referral services in over 200 languages.
  • 800-656-4673
  • RAINN is the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization. RAINN created and operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline. RAINN’s telephone hotline services provide trained sexual assault hotline staff 24/7, in English and Spanish, to support communities with crisis intervention, empathetic listening, and warm handoffs to designated local service providers. 
  • 988
  • The 988 Lifeline is a national network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in the United States.
  • 704-687-7407
  • The Center for Wellness Promotion uses a public health model and effective prevention and health promotion strategies to help students make informed decisions about their personal health and wellbeing. Their multidisciplinary team of professionals address many issues that are important to students’ health, wellbeing and safety, including sexual and relationship violence, substance use, recovery from substance use disorders, sexual health, and much more.
  • 704-687-6130
  • The Office of Civil Rights and Title IX is committed to supporting the University’s mission of maintaining an environment conducive to learning for all students and a professional workplace for all employees. We take active measures to create or restore a respectful, safe, and inclusive environment for community members that is free from discrimination, discriminatory harassment, and sexual or interpersonal violence.
  • Emergency: 704‑687‑2200 
  • Non-Emergency: 704‑687‑8300
  • UNC Charlotte Police & Public Safety is a fully authorized state police agency, providing both police and security services to a campus of 30,000 students, faculty and staff. The Department is comprised of two divisions--Patrol and Support Services--with a special emphasis on community oriented policing.
  • 704-687-0289 
  • The mission of Student Assistance and Support Services (SASS) is to assist, support and advocate for students experiencing a broad range of issues, concerns or challenges interfering with a student’s ability to be successful academically or personally.
  • 704-687-0336
  • The purpose of our office is to provide students, faculty, and staff with information about Student Accountability & Conflict Resolution and the accountability process at UNC Charlotte.
  • 704-687-0345
  • The Dean of Students Office mission is to enhance student learning and interpersonal growth by serving as a resource for students and families navigating the Niner Nation journey.Each program unit within the Dean of Students Office has a specific mission, but one common goal: to provide education, outreach, and support that maximizes opportunities to fully participate in and authentically contribute to the University experience.

Interpersonal violence frequently intersects with other forms of oppression experienced by historically marginalized communities. We recognize that each community faces barriers and circumstances that are unique to their community, and identity specific resources can be vital for victims/survivors. Below are community specific resources that provide support or education for victims/survivors.