Confidential Resources

The resources listed in this section are designated as confidential and may not share your information without your expressed consent unless there is imminent danger to self or others or as otherwise required by law (e.g., mandatory reporting for sexual violence against minors).

Confidential resources include licensed medical or counseling professionals (e.g., a licensed psychologist), staff members of organizations recognized as rape crisis centers under state law (such as WISE), and ordained clergy.

Confidential

Counseling Center

  • 7 Rope Ferry Road
  • (603) 646-9442
  • After hours/weekends: (603) 646-4000
  • [email protected]
  • Website
     
  • CHD offers 24-hour crisis counseling for enrolled students or for those who are concerned about an enrolled student. 
  • All Counseling staff are trained to assist any individual who has been affected by sexual misconduct.
  • Liz Stahler, a clinical social worker, specializes in providing responsive, intensive counseling and support for victims/survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence.

Confidential

WISE Campus Advocate

  • 37 Dewey, room 452
  • 866-348-9473 
  • [email protected]
  • Website
     
  • Campus Advocacy is available 24/7 through the WISE Crisis Line. An advocate is on camps every Monday, 8:00am-4:00pm, and is accessible to the Dartmouth community by appointment.  
  • Dartmouth students, faculty and staff are able to meet in person with a WISE Advocate on the Dartmouth campus.
  • The WISE Campus Advocate is knowledgeable about campus and community resources, support services, and reporting options, and can accompany an individual to meet with campus officials, law enforcement, DHMC medical services, and other resources.

Confidential

Dartmouth College Health Service (Dick's House)

  • 7 Rope Ferry Road
  • 603-646-9401
  • [email protected]
  • Website
     
  • Dick’s House is open 24/7 during fall, winter, and spring terms.
  • On-call medical staff available 24/7 every day of the year.
  • Provides follow-up and ongoing care for undergraduate, graduate and professional students, including prophylactic treatment, STD testing and treatment, and other medical services.

Confidential

The Tucker Center for Spiritual and Ethical Life

Confidential

Faculty/Employee Assistance Program (FEAP)

  • Nugget Arcade Building, 53 South Main Street, Suite 204
  • (603) 646-1165
  • [email protected]
  • Website
     
  • FEAP is a confidential resource and referral service available to all Dartmouth employees.

Confidential

WISE

  • 24 hour crisis hotline: 866-348-9473
  • 38 Bank Street, West Lebanon, NH
  • WISE provides advocacy and crisis services to those affected by domestic and sexual violence and stalking.
  • All WISE services are free and confidential.
  • WISE Dartmouth--Connections

Confidential

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC)

  • Emergency Room: 603-650-5000
  • 1 Medical Center Drive, Lebanon, NH
  • Website
  • DHMC provides Sexual Assault Medical and Forensic Exams

Confidential

Planned Parenthood – White River Junction

  • 79 S. Main Street, White River Junction, VT
  • 802-281-6056
  • Website

Confidential

Anonymous Reporting

Any individual may make an anonymous report concerning an act of sexual harassment, sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence, or stalking. An individual may report the incident without disclosing their name, identifying the Responding Person, or requesting any action. Depending on the extent of information available, the College's ability to respond to an anonymous report may be limited.

Dartmouth Compliance & Ethics Hotline

  • Call 888-497-0516 or submit a report to dartmouth.ethicspoint.com.
  • Dartmouth contracts with an independent, third-party (Ethicspoint) to handle anonymous reports.
     

Safety & Security Anonymous Reporting Form

  • Use this form to report any information on a crime or other matter that may be of interest to the Dartmouth College Department of Safety and Security.

The Title IX Coordinator will receive the anonymous report and will determine any appropriate response, including individual or community remedies. In consultation with the Director of Safety and Security, the Title IX Coordinator will determine if the anonymous report includes sufficient information to submit a Clery Crime Report.