Healthy Relationship Resources

Healthy Relationship Resources

LGBTQ Center

Supports a safe, inclusive environment for UNC-Chapel Hill students of all sexualities, gender identities and gender expressions, with drop-in support hours on Wednesdays 3-5pm.

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Carolina Women’s Center

Offers educational programming about interpersonal violence and helps facilitate HAVEN trainings for students, faculty, and staff.

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Campus Health Services

Offers confidential health care for UNC students, including evidence collection, screening and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases, and emergency contraception.

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Counseling & Psychological Services

Offers confidential, free individual and group counseling for UNC students. Students can walk-in for immediate assistance, Monday through Friday, 9-12 and 1-4. CAPS also offers educational resources about sexual assault prevention and healthy relationships.

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UNC Hospitals Emergency Department

After-hours care. All treatment for sexual assault survivors can be paid for by the Victim’s Assistance Fund. Students need to identify themselves to staff as UNC students.

Phone: 919-966-4721

 

Department of Public Safety

Takes reports of assaults and investigates and participates in appropriate legal or judicial action. Offers self-defense classes. Accepts anonymous reports through Silent Witness (web) or Crime Stoppers (919-942-7515).

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Office of the Dean of Students

Advises survivors and their allies of options and helps students access a wide variety of services, including “no contact” orders and safe housing. Assists survivors filing a complaint with the Honor System. Accepts anonymous, blind, and full reports.

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Department of Housing & Residential Education

Provides a reporting avenue and initial response options to survivors through our live on-campus housing professionals and 24-hour duty response protocols. Contact your Community Director, your Resident Advisor, or the RA on call.

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Compass Center

Offers free and confidential services to adults and children who are experiencing emotional, physical or sexual abuse in their personal relationships.

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Orange County Rape Crisis Center

Offers 24-hour crisis intervention services that provide support and assistance to survivors of sexual assault, their families, and friends; information and referrals concerning the law enforcement, medical, and legal processes; and programs on sexual assault awareness and prevention.

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Local Police Departments

Have specially trained officers in the Crisis Unit or Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Response Teams who know how to help. The crisis unit also provides follow-up and case management services. This may involve assistance with court proceedings, safety planning, and referrals for counseling or other services.

Contact Information:

Chapel Hill | 919-968-2760

Carrboro | 919-918-7397

Durham | 919-560-4427

Amplify Your Voice

This website offers a ton of information about what makes a healthy relationship as well as ways to get involved in advocacy around sexual health issues.

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Planned Parenthood of Central North Carolina

Offers a wide variety of low-cost services, including emergency contraception, screening and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases, and HIV testing and counseling.

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National Domestic Violence Hotline

National crisis line provides 24-hour information and referrals.

Phone: 1-800-799-SAFE

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Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN)

National crisis line provides 24-hour information and referrals.

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KIRAN

Provides domestic violence and crisis services to South Asians.

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North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault

Provides trainings, resources, and NC rape crisis center listings.

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North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Provides trainings, resources, and provider listings.

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Men Can Stop Rape

Information for males to prevent sexual violence and support survivors.

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Project Rainbow Net

Domestic violence resources for the LGBT community in North Carolina.

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