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Campus Resources

Interpersonal Violence Resources

If you or someone you know has been affected by Interpersonal Violence, such as sexual assault or relationship violence, help is available.  The following campus and community resources may be of assistance to you:


CAPS is a confidential resource for UNC Charlotte students. Call to schedule an appointment during business hours, 8am-5pm Monday through Friday. You can request a same-day appointment if you need to speak to someone regarding an urgent emotional or mental health concern. 

After hours, call CAPS and press '0" when you hear the voicemail message. CAPS utilizes an after-hours support service for addressing immediate needs. 

Provides primary medical care, psychiatric care, disease prevention, and various speciality services to all enrolled UNC Charlotte students


UNC Charlotte’s fully authorized state police agency, providing both police and security services to a campus of 30,000 students, faculty and staff.


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.

Safe Alliance (Home Page)

Call 980-771-4673 to reach the 24/7 hotline for assistance with domestic violence, sexual assault, or parenting issues. This resource is free and confidential. 

Safe Alliance

Free emergency shelter, 24-hour crisis line, residential/non-residential counseling services

Useful resources for those affected by interpersonal violence. Click here for more information

Mecklenburg County's hotline that provides information on inmate custody status. Automated notification of the arrestee’s release. Click here for more information.


Transforms lives and community by supporting veterans, ending homelessness, treating substance use, and preventing and intervening in community and domestic violence. Click here for more information.


Resources for individuals who experience domestic or intimate partner violence. Click here for more information.


Provides medical care and sexual assault services. Trained SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) staff are available. Click here for more information.


National Sexual Assault Hotline 
National Dating Abuse Hotline
  • Visit—live chat 24/7
  • 866-331-9474
  • 24 hr. texting service: text "LOVEIS" to 22522 to talk to a peer advocate
  • Website
  • 800-799-SAFE
  • 800?787?3224 TTY