|Sexual and Relationship Violence|
Sexual and relationship violence occurs in both women and men, most commonly with known partners. Several resources exist for CUMC students who may have experienced sexual or relationship violence, either recently or in the past.
Sexual Violence Response of Columbia University provides comprehensive and integrated education about sexual and relationship violence. Its mission is to educate students about consent and coercion and promotes community standards for a respectful and safe campus.
Sexual Violence Response empowers students to heal from sexual violence, make informed decisions, and take action to end sexual and relationship violence. Join the mailing list to receive information about events, programs and services.
This program offers hours at CUMC as well as on the Morningside Campus. The CUMC office is located in 101 Bard Hall, 50 Haven Avenue.
Columbia University Policy and Procedure Against Sexual Assault
Another resource on the CUMC campus is DOVE (Domestic and Other Violence Emergencies), offered through the Social Work Department at New York Presbyterian Hospital. There are also opportunities for those who might wish to train and volunteer with DOVE as a volunteer advocate. Click the link below for more information.
Finally, if you do experience a sexual or physical assault and are enrolled in the Student Health Service, either the SHS triage nurse or the clinician on call is available to help you access the most appropriate services. Call 212-305-3400, x 1 during office hours. If you need assistance when SHS is closed, call 212-305-3400, x 7.
The SHS Mental Health Service is also a source of confidential counseling. Click here for more information.
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