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On-Campus Resources

Confidential

Information is unlikely to be shared without the individual’s consent unless there is a threat to the campus community, or there are other extenuating circumstances. Efforts will be made to maintain confidentiality.

Non-Confidential

Information may be shared on a “need to know” basis in order to assist in the active review, investigation or resolution of the report. Identifiable information will be withheld when it is not needed for legal or procedural purposes.

On-Campus Resources

Students can contact any members of the Title IX team by emailing Title-IX@clarku.edu or by reaching out individually to these team members:

Lynn Levey, Title IX Coordinator   
LLevey@clarku.edu
1-508-793-7194
ASEC 314

Elyana Kadish, Title IX/Wellness Program Manager
Ekadish@clarku.edu
1-508-793-7708

Holly Dolan, Deputy Title IX Coordinator
HDolan@clarku.edu
1-508-421-3772

David Everitt, Deputy Title IX Coordinator
DEveritt@clarku.edu
1-508-793-7295

Adam Keyes, Deputy Title IX Coordinator
AKeyes@clarku.edu
1-508-793-7162

Confidential and free individual therapy is available to students, including education regarding normal reactions to sexual assault and relationship abuse and how to cope with distress.

Center for Counseling & Personal Growth
501 Park Ave.
1-508-793-7678

Confidential physical health services are available, including physical exams and testing for sexually transmitted infections.

Health Services 
1-508-793-7467

University Police will investigate the allegation/incident and can assist in filing criminal and/or internal charges if desired.

Basement of Bullock Hall
1-508-793-7575

Residential Life and Housing can assist with room change requests or discuss other housing options. In addition, administrators, professional live-in staff, and student resident advisers are trained to assist victims of sexual offense.

142 Woodland Street (Corner House) – 1st Floor
1-508-793-7453

The Dean of Students office provides support, assistance, and guidance to students. Complaints that involve possible violations of the Student Code of Conduct, including complaints related to sexual offense, may be handled by the Dean of Students Office, the Dean’s designee, the Sexual Offense Hearing Board, or the University Judicial Board.

Shaich Family Alumni & Student Engagement Center – 2nd Floor
1-508-793-7423

International Students, Staff and Faculty involved in an investigation/adjudication of a sexual offense can speak with this office about how a case may affect their visa or travel status.

142 Woodland Street (Corner House) – 2nd Floor
1-508-793-7362

Professor Kathy Palm Reed kpr.confidential@clarku.edu
Professor James Cordova jvc.confidential@clarku.edu
Professor Andrew Stewart als.confidential@clarku.edu

Students of ALANA (African-American, Latinx, Asian/Desi-American, Pacific Islander, Native/Indigenous- American and Multiracial) descent and first generation college students involved in Title IX cases can receive support services and guidance from MFGSS.

Dana Commons
1-508-421-3722

Off-Campus Resources

  • Military Rape Crisis Center – A survivor-run organization providing free services to Active Duty, Reserves, and National Guard members and veterans of the United States Armed Forces that been sexual harassed, sexual assaulted and/or raped
  • Department of Defense Safe Helpline – A hotline for members of the Department of Defense community affected by sexual assault.
    • Safe Hotline: 877-995-5247
      • Safe Helpline is completely anonymous, confidential 24/7, specialized service- providing help and information anytime, anywhere.”
  • Service Women’s Action Network -A community network advocating for the individual and collective needs of service women past, present, and future
  • Anti-Violence Project – Provides support and advocacy for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and HIV-affected communities and allies to end all forms of violence
    • Hotline: 212-714-1141
  • Fenway Health’s Violence Recovery Program – Offers free counseling, support groups, advocacy, and referral services to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and anti-LGBTQ hate violence
  • LGBT National Help Center – Provides free & confidential peer-support and local resources
    • LGBT Youth Talkline: 1-800-246-PRIDE (7743) (25 and under)
    • LGBT national Hotline: 1-888-843-4564 (all ages)
  • The Network La Red – a survivor-led, social justice organization that works to end partner abuse in the LGBTQ+ communities
    • Hotlines:
      • Voice: 617-742-4911 English/Español
      • TTY: 617-227-4911 English/Español
      • Toll-Free: 800-832-1901 English/Español
  • The Trevor Project -Provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people under 25
    • Hotline: 1-866-488-7386
  •  Trans Lifeline – A national trans-led organization dedicated to improving the quality of trans lives
    • Hotline: 877-565-8860
      • (Peer support hotline run by and for trans people 10am-4am EST, Volunteers may be available during off hours)
  • API Chaya “empowers survivors of gender-based violence human trafficking to gain safety, connection and wellness. We build power by educating and mobilizing South Asian, Asian, Pacific Islander, and all immigrant communities to end exploitation, creating a world where all people can heal and thrive.”
  • Arte Sana -A Latina-led nonprofit committed to ending sexual violence and other forms of gender-based aggressions
  • Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence “is a nonprofit, community organization serving Pan-Asian survivors of domestic and intimate partner violence.”
  • Multilingual Helpline: 617-338-2355
  • Black Women’s Blueprint – A transnational Black feminist organization
  • Incite! – A network of radical feminists of color
  • National Organization of Asians and Pacific Islanders Ending Sexual Violence “Is a national organization established by Asian and Pacific Islander anti-sexual assault advocates to give voice to the experience of Asian and Pacific Islander women and girls who are victims of sexual assault.”
  • National Organization of sisters of color ending Sexual Assault (SCESA) “is an advocacy organization of Women of Color dedicated to working with our communities to create a just society in which all Women of Color are able to live healthy lives free from violence.”
  • Saheli Boston  South Asian women’s violence prevention resources
Contact Information

Title IX Office

Office Location
  • Shaich Family Alumni and Student Engagement Center 3rd Floor,
    939 Main Street,
    Worcester MA 01610