If you or someone you know is in danger or needs immediate help, call 911. Click here for important information regarding calling 911 from a mobile device.
If you are a UCDC student or faculty from any UC campus and you have experienced sexual violence, sexual harassment, or other prohibited conduct per the UC Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment, the CARE advocacy support office at your home campus offers confidential support resources and guidance to you. If you choose not to file a report, you can get help through any of the resources listed below:
If you are a UCDC student from any of our guest campuses, you can contact your campus’ Title IX office to learn more about available resources at your home campus. You may contact the UCDC Title IX Officer and/or the Director of Student Services listed here in order to assist you in connecting with the Title IX Officer and other available resources at your home campus.
If you or someone you know is in danger or needs immediate help, call 911.
Confidential Resources Available in Washington D.C.:
For Students (While in D.C.)
For Faculty and Staff
Behavioral Health Benefits
Employees and their eligible dependents enrolled in UC’s Health Plans have access to behavioral health counseling services through Optum Health. (Learn more about this option.)
DC Rape Crisis Center | (202) 333-RAPE (24/7 hotline)
For information on indiviudal or group counseling as a survivor of sexual violence or as a partner, friend, or family member of a survivor, please contact the Intake Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-232-0789.
D.C. Rape Crisis Center
The DC Rape Crisis Center Advocates are a confidential resource for survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner violence (domestic violence/dating violence) and stalking. They provide a safe place to talk and any conversations with an advocate remain confidential.
A consultation with an advocate does not constitute a formal report and can:
- Provide confidential emotional support, whether the assault occurred on or off campus, and regardless of whether you were a UC student at the time.
- Connect you with medical care, while you are in DC if you need it.
- Explain your options for filing a report with law enforcement, as well as your options if you choose not to report, so you can make the decision that’s right for you.
- Help you understand your legal rights.
- Facilitate housing needs, academic adjustments and other accommodations.
UCDC Counseling Services
Assessment needs, medication management, and on-going psychotherapy are available at 1755 S Street NW, and may be covered by your health insurance policy. Please ask a counselor for help in determining costs and benefits for services other than the short-term counseling provided by UCDC. All mental health services provided are strictly confidential.
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Behavioral Health Benefits
Employees and their eligible dependents enrolled in UC’s Health Plans have access to behavioral health counseling services (Learn more about this option).