CAMPUS & COMMUNITY RESOURCES
Below are some resources the Gender Violence Services Coordinators (GVSCs) commonly refer individuals to for support and resources related to experiences of gender-based violence and harassment. This list is not exhaustive of all resources available on campus or in our community.
For initial CAPS services, please call 919-966-3568 or check out more information about connecting with CAPS for the first time.
Individuals interested in joining will meet with the facilitator(s) for a brief screening prior to attending the group. You do not need to share details of your experience during the screening process or group. More information about current group offerings and sign-ups can be found on the CAPS website.
The Safe At UNC website includes more information about support, options, and resources available through the EOC.
The Gender Violence Services Coordinators can help individuals connect with the EOC Office and accompany them to any meetings with the EOC.
The course focuses on characteristics of healthy and unhealthy relationships, awareness of the characteristics you desire in relationships or partners, conflict resolution skills, and awareness about interpersonal violence, bystander intervention, and allyship.
Any student who is eligible for health care services at Campus Health may be seen for post-assault medical care and services.
Campus Health has staff trained as Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) available between 8:00 am and 4:30 pm Monday – Friday. These providers are specially trained to provide as much choice as possible for individuals seeking care including services, treatment, and/or evidence collection.
UNC Hospital has staff trained as Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) available 24/7 through the Emergency Department. If a student identifies to the SANE nurse that they are a UNC-Chapel Hill student, they can be connected to funding available through our campus Survivor’s Assistance Fund.
It includes information about support and services available on campus and in the community, reporting options, policy information, emergency support, how to support individuals impacted by gender-based violence and harassment, and information about awareness, education, and prevention efforts.
The program is open to students, faculty, and staff. There are three programs: RAD for Women, RAD for Men, and RAD Express. Transgender and non-binary individuals are welcome to choose whichever program is most comfortable for them.
The Safe At UNC website includes more information about the fund and other financial support that may be available.
The Safe At UNC website includes more information about support, options, and resources available through law enforcement.
The Gender Violence Services Coordinators can help individuals connect with UNC Police and accompany them to any meetings with UNC Police.
If you are seeking approved absences related to experiences or impact of gender-based violence and/or harassment, you may email the Gender Violence Services Coordinators or complete the UAAO’s request form. Please note that staff in the University Approved Absence Office are Responsible Employees and will need to share disclosed information related to gender-based violence and/or harassment with the Equal Opportunity and Compliance Office. If you would like details of your disclosure to remain confidential when requesting an approved absence, please email your request to the GVSCs at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Crisis Unit’s operating hours are Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 11 p.m., except for major holidays. To speak with a Crisis Counselor, you may call the Crisis Unit at 919-968-2806.
The Compass Center also offers education and outreach programs, therapy services, emergency shelter placement, support groups, self-sufficiency services, legal services, safety planning, and accompaniment.
The Compass Center can also help individuals apply for protective orders through the court system.
OCRCC also offers education and outreach programs, therapy services, support groups, safety planning, advocacy services, and accompaniment.
Victim Crisis Services can provide a variety of advocacy services and help individuals apply for protective orders through the court system.
They are available Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.