Help and Support
When someone experiences trauma related to sexual misconduct, relationship violence or stalking, it can impact more than just those directly involved. Trauma affects those who experience harm (complainant), their support systems and the communities they engage in. Additionally, trauma can impact those who reportedly cause harm (respondents), their support system and communities as well.
It is important that all involved have access to services both on and off campus to assist them through their experience. Services can include information about common reactions, how to support friends, processing rights/options and emotional support.
Here are some answers to a few things you might be wondering:
Call the Wellness Exchange Hotline at (212) 443-9999 or chat via the app anytime and ask for a Crisis Response Counselor (CRC). They can talk through your medical, mental health, and legal options and meet with you in person. Available 24 hours a day, every day.
I was harmed
I was accused of harming someone
Confidential On-Campus Resources
How The Center Can Help You
The NYU Center for Sexual Misconduct Support Services can provide confidential assistance to complainants about sexual misconduct, relationship violence, and stalking. Support includes providing information about resources and options, accompanying a complainant to rape treatment centers, medical services and campus meetings or proceedings.
The Center also coordinates NYU educational outreach, prevention efforts and training initiatives, and serves as a liaison to all student groups active in the area of sexual misconduct prevention and awareness.
Staff at The Center for Sexual Misconduct Support Services — which includes Crisis Response Counselors at the Wellness Exchange — are licensed health professionals who can act as your personal liaison throughout the process of accessing care and services following a sexual assault.
The Sexual Misconduct Prevention Assistance Counseling Education, (S.P.A.C.E.) is a multipurpose space dedicated to prevention, assistance, counseling, and education where students can gather, get connected to counseling services, discover additional support, and use as a safe space and meeting area.
Services provided by NYU staff at The S.P.A.C.E. are confidential, however, conversations with other students at The S.P.A.C.E. may not be — always ask before you reveal details you want to keep confidential.
- Open during business hours
- At 726 Broadway, 4th Floor — make a left after exiting elevator and follow the signs
Non-Confidential On-Campus Resources
Mary Signor, Title IX Coordinator
Can provide non-confidential help by starting a formal investigation and can connect you to counseling and other support services.
- Available during business hours
- (212) 998-2352
Extended On-Campus Contacts
Below is an extended selection of offices across NYU that can help you. Learn about when information can be kept confidential.
- Student Health Center
- Counseling and Wellness Services
- Women’s Health Services
- HIV Testing and Counseling
- Department of Public Safety Special Victims Liaison
- Residential Life and Housing Services
- Center for Student Life
- Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards