Sexual Assault, Relationship Violence & Stalking Services
If you or someone you know has concerns relating to sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking, there are resources available for education, support, medical care, and legal action. Regardless of how much time has passed since the incident, you can seek help. The Sexual Assault Response and Prevention Team has several clinicians whose area of expertise is working with and assisting survivors of interpersonal violence.
These services are confidential, and clinicians do not report to Title IX. EMAIL the SARP team at email@example.com in order to reach a confidential clinician to schedule an appointment.
Members of the SARP team include:
- Jen Luettel Schweer, MA, LPC
- Jennifer Wiggins, MA
- Brit Egan, MSW, LICSW, CCTP
- Carol Day, RN, MSN, CNS
- Erin Hill, MA*
*Erin serves on the SARP team in a non-clinical role.
SARP Clinicians can provide:
- A safe place to find support and discuss options.
- Assistance in accessing or making the decision to access medical care
- Assistance with student and/or criminal judicial systems
- Personal safety planning
- Academic assistance
- Organization of/referral to support groups
- Housing relocation
Visit Georgetown’s Sexual Misconduct site for more information and resources. This Sexual Assault: “How to Get Help” PDF provides an overview of the University’s resources and steps you could take throughout the process. This landing page for the Resource Center has a quick reference for where and how to start.