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Any member of the Dartmouth community who has experienced sexual assault is encouraged to immediately notify law enforcement and/or seek medical assistance. The Department of Safety and Security will provide transport or assist with accessing these resources upon request.
If you or someone you know has been affected by sexual or gender-based harassment, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, relationship & interpersonal violence or stalking, please reach out to the Title IX office for guidance and support.
911 or 603 643 2222
The You Have Options Program at Hanover Police Department also allows anonymous on-line reporting of sexual violence and provides additional information about reporting options and supports.
Emergency: 603 646 3333
Title IX Office at Dartmouth College
Office phone number: 603 646 0922
Parkhurst Hall Room 005, Hinman Box 6004
14 North Main St, Hanover, NH 03755
Office phone number: 603 646 0922
Business Hours Monday to Friday
For full list of private and confidential resources please click here
2nd Floor of Dick's House (use 5 Rope Ferry Rd entrance)
603 646 9442
603 646 4000
All counseling staff are trained to assist any individual who has been affected by sexual misconduct and a team of clinical social workers specialize in providing responsive counseling and support for victims/survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence. [email protected]
24 hour crisis hotline
866 348 9473
WISE provides advocacy and crisis services to those affected by domestic and sexual violence and stalking. All WISE services are free and confidential.
WISE Campus Advocacy is available 24/7 through the WISE Crisis Line. An advocate is on campus every Monday, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM and is accessible to the Dartmouth community by appointment. For appointments, call 866 348 9473 or email [email protected]
6154 South Fairbanks Hall
603 646 3780
Dartmouth College Chaplain, Rabbi Daveen Litwin, is trained in pastoral counseling and victim/survivor support. She is available to the Dartmouth community through appointment and walk.in at the Tucker Center and can also refer to other ordained UCM clergy members. [email protected]
Call 844 216 8308
You'll speak to a counseling professional who will listen to your concerns and can guide you to the appropriate services you require, including local and on-campus providers for in-person counseling.
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On-Campus F/EAP Office Directions: The on-campus Faculty/Employee Assistance Program has recently moved and is now located in the United Church of Christ building at 40 N. College Street. You can access the F/EAP office by entering the building through the rear entrance, go up a short flight of stairs and through a hallway door. The office is immediately on your right in Suite 206.
For full list of confidential and private resources, please click here
Emergency Room 603 650 5000
DHMC provides sexual assault forensic exams and emergency and comprehensive care
603 646 9401
Open 24/7 during fall, winter, and spring terms
The Health Service offers follow-up and ongoing care for Dartmouth students
603 646 9440
Dick’s House Inpatient Department offers follow-up care after hours and on weekends. The IPD at Dick's House has beds available if a student needs a safe place to stay overnight