If a person is dealing with a stalker or intimate partner abuse/domestic violence situation, it is important to take precautions when accessing support.  In some circumstances, stalkers and/or abusers may access phone or computer records.  When possible, victims may want to use public computers or phones to seek out information.  It is also good to safeguard your information by frequently changing passwords to random, unpredictable ones.  It may also be helpful to think about steps that can be taken to keep information away from a stalker or intimate partner (e.g. keeping things with a friend or getting mail at a different address).

The nature of the resources listed below is for immediate or primary support or advocacy, as well as ongoing services. 

Confidential Services on Campus:
Additional Campus Resources:
Off-Campus Rape Crisis/Domestic Violence Resources:

The most up-to-date campus and community resource information is available at or by contacting a confidential VOICE Advocate in the Office of Health Initiatives.