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Resources

Note: if you have been sexually assaulted, you can also find support resources and reporting options on University Counseling's webpage. The following list of resources are able to provide different types of support, and several are confidential service providers. 

Campus Resources

University Counseling 

  • free and confidential mental health support and counseling 
  • available to students, faculty, and staff 
  • (405) 208-7901 
  • located in northwest wing of Walker Hall; entrance is on the north side of the building (facing Banner Hall) under the blue awning

Campus Health Center

  • confidential health services including STI testing 
  • covered by student health insurance policy 
  • available to students, faculty, and staff 
  • (405) 208-5090 
  • located in the Kramer School of Nursing’s west building

Title IX Coordinator 

  • investigation and response to Title IX reports 
  • prevention programming 
  • please contact Joey Croslin by e-mail or at (405) 208-5075 
  • you may file a complaint online using the link in the navigation pane 
  • please visit the Human Resources suite in the lower level of the Administration Building, Suite 105 to talk in person with the Title IX Coordinator or a Title IX administrator

Campus Police

  • available 24/7 
  • investigation and response to crimes in our community 
  • may coordinate response with city police depending on the nature of the crime 
  • emergency line: (405) 208-5911 
  • non-emergency line: (405) 208-5001

Campus Conduct Hotline

  • 1 (866) 943-5787 
  • anonymous reporting option available to anyone to report conduct issues, including issues covered by Title IX 
  • anonymous reporting may limit the amount of information available to OKCU to pursue an investigation; OKCU will take every effort to fully investigate each report, but reporting anonymously may limit OKCU’s ability to investigate

Local Resources

Note: University Counseling, the Campus Health Center, and the Employee Assistance Program can provide referrals to local and fully confidential mental health counselors and medical services that may not be included in this list.

YWCA of Oklahoma City 

  • available 24/7 
  • free and confidential advocacy, counseling, shelter, and forensic exams 
  • prevention programs for OKC community 
  • sexual assault hotline: (405) 943-7273 
  • domestic violence hotline: (405) 917-9922

Palomar 

  • free and confidential advocacy, legal assistance, help for filing a protective order, and support
  • community education
  • all ages welcome (child-friendly agency)
  • 24 Hour Safeline: 1 (800) 522-7233
  • during business hours, call (405) 552-1010 or visit in person at 1140 N Hudson, OKC, OK 73103 (no appointment needed) 

Oklahoma City Victim Services Program

  • support and advocacy through the criminal justice process 
  • safety planning

RAIN Oklahoma

  • HIV testing, education, and housing assistance

Regional Resources

Women's Resource Center of Norman, Oklahoma

  • 24/7 free and confidential crisis lines for sexual assault and domestic violence 
  • offers shelter, advocacy, rape crisis center 
  • Emergency shelter hotline: (405) 701-5540 
  • Rape Crisis hotline: (405) 701-5550

Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault (OCADVSA)

Oklahoma Crime Victims Compensation Program

Oklahoma Crime Victim and Witness Rights

National Resources

National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence

Know Your IX

Stalking Resource Center

Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network

National Sexual Violence Resource Center