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Sexual Assault and Interpersonal Violence Resources and Prevention

Resources

Resources with a Confidential Response:

  • EIU Counseling Center & Confidential Advisor: Whether or not a complaint is filed, a student may also contact the confidential advisor at any time.

Lindsay Wilson, EIU Counseling Center

Location: Human Services Building

Phone: 217-581-3413

Hours: M-F 8 am-4:30 pm; after hours crisis options can be found by calling 217-581-3413 (follow prompts).

The Counseling Center has trained counselors available to provide confidential emergency and ongoing support to survivors of sexual violence. They can answer questions and provide information regarding available resources and reporting options. If students choose to file a complaint and want assistance through that process, the counseling center can help.

  • EIU Health Services:

Health Services can also provide a confidential response to a report.

Location: Human Services Building

Phone: 217-581-3013 and/or 217-581-2727 (nurse)

Hours: M-F 8am-5pm.

The Health Service can provide various medical services and follow-up care, as well as helpful information, education, and referral.

Community Resources:

  • Charleston Police Department: Incidents of sexual violence that occur off campus can be reported to the Charleston Police Department.

Location: 614 6th St. Charleston, IL

Phone: 217-348-5221


EIU Housing—Provides options for addressing concerns of housing. Phone 217-581-5111, www.eiu.edu/housing

EIU Student Health Insurance—Provides information related to medical expenses and student health insurance. Phone 217-581-5290,http://eiu.edu/studentinsurance/

Transportation—Dial A Ride–Affordable transportation services in the community. Phone 217-639-5169, www.colescouncilonaging.org/dialaride.

Additional Resources:

Emergency - Phone 911, Blue Lights on campus connect to University Police Department

University Police Department Phone 217-581-3222 www.eiu.edu/police/

EIU Student Standards Phone 217-581-3827. www.eiu.edu/judicial/

EIU Civil Rights and Diversity Phone 217-581-5020, www.eiu.edu/civil/

Student Legal Services Phone 217-581-6054, https://www.eiu.edu/sls/

Community:

HOPE Coalition Against Domestic Violence Phone 217-348-5931,www.hope-eci.org.

Sarah Bush Lincoln Health Center, Phone 217-348-2525,www.sarahbush.org.

SACIS Sexual Assault Counseling and Information Services Phone 217-348-5033, toll free 888-345-2846. www.sacis.org.

Additional Websites:

www.pandys.org

Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network: www.rainn.org

www.lambdalegal.org (Same-sex assaults)

www.NCAVP.org (Same-sex assaults)

www.avp.org (Same-sex assaults)

National Domestic Violence Hotline: (800) 799-7233http://www.thehotline.org/resources/

Related Pages

Contact Information

Lindsay Wilson, Confidential Advisor

EIU Counseling Center
217-581-3413
lpwilson@eiu.edu

Dr. Shawn Peoples, Title IX Coordinator

Office of Civil Rights
217-581-5020

Dr. Heather Webb, Deputy Title IX Coordinator

Office of Student Standards
217-581-3827


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