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If you or someone you know is in danger or needs immediate help; call 911. Click here for importnat information regarding calling 911 for a mobile device.

If you've experience sexual violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating/domestice violence or stalking, confidential support and guidance is available to you. You can get help without formally reporting an assault through any of the resources listed below.

For Students (While in D.C.)
For Faculty and Staff

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, fried, or family member of a survivor, please contact the Intake Coordinator at intake@dcrcc.org or (202)232-0789

UCDC Counseling Services
Parkhurst Associates Mental Health Services
1755 S Street, NW at the corner of 18th Street and S Street NW.
On-site counseling is available at UCDC on a limited basis and at no charge in Room 359.
Walk-ins are welcome Mondays 6:00PM - 9:00PM and Wednesdays 4:30PM - &:30PM.
Appointments may be scheduled by calling  (866)551-1456 or (202)234-7738 or via e-mail at ucdccounseling@gmail.com.

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 intake@dcrcc.org or (202)232-0789

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.)

To find a provider go to the Optum Health Website and enter access code 11280.