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.


Counseling Center

Dick’s House: Counseling and Human Development

2nd Floor of Dick’s House (use 5 Rope Ferry Rd entrance)                       

603 646 9442

After hours/weekends                                                                                   

603 646 4000

[email protected]

The Counseling Center has a team of clinicians who specialize in providing support to survivors of sexual misconduct. Students can request to work with one of these clinicians. It is important to note, however, that all clinicians at the counseling Center have training to support those affected by sexual misconduct.


WISE Campus Advocate

WISE Campus Advocate

37 Dewey Field Rd, Room 452

866 348 9473

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]


Dartmouth College Health Service (Dick's House)

Dick’s House: Health Services

Inpatient Department & Nurse Consultation  603 646 9401

After hours/weekends                                     603 646 9440

7 Rope Ferry Rd                                             603 646 4000

[email protected]


Pastoral Counseling

College Chaplain

South Fairbanks Hall

[email protected]

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.


Faculty/Employee Assistance Program (FEAP)

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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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.

FEAP is a confidential resource and referral service available to all Dartmouth employees.



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


Planned Parenthood – White River Junction

79 S. Main Street, White River Junction, VT

802 281 6056



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 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.