Sexual Assault, Relationship Violence & Stalking Services

Sexual assault is a forcible or non-forcible sexual act or sexual contact that occurs without the consent or permission of the other person. It encompasses sexual penetration, attempted sexual penetration, or any sexual actions without consent. Consent is words or overt actions indicating a freely given agreement to the sexual act or sexual contact in question. Remember, you always have the right to say no, even if you have been drinking or change your mind at any point in time.

If you or someone you know has concerns relating to sexual assault or relationship violence, confidential services are available through Georgetown University’s Health Education Services:

Jen Luettel Schweer, MA, LPC
Associate Director, Health Education Services/Sexual Assault Response and Prevention Services
1437 37th St NW, Poulton Hall Suite 101
(202) 687.0323
jls242@georgetown.edu

 

Jennifer Wiggins, MA
Staff Clinician and Sexual Assault Specialist
1437 37th St NW, Poulton Hall Suite 101
(202) 687.0323
jmw322@georgetown.edu

Jen and Jennifer offer crisis intervention and counseling services for students struggling with issues related to interpersonal violence. These services include assistance in accessing medical care, student and/or criminal judicial systems, safety planning, academic assistance, support groups, and housing relocation. All services are private, confidential, and free of charge.

Additional sexual assault resources are available at Georgetown University and at the Washington Hospital Center in Washington, DC.