CONFIDENTIAL ON-CAMPUS RESOURCES
If you or someone you know has concerns relating to sexual assault, there are resources to support you. Regardless of how much time has passed, help is available. It can be helpful to talk to someone who is trained to understand and assist survivors of sexual assault.
Health Education Services
1437 37th St.
Poulton Hall, Suite 101
To reach a free, confidential clinician in Health Education Services for concerns around sexual assault, contact email@example.com
Jen Luettel Schweer, MA, LPC
Associate Director, Health Education Services/Sexual Assault Response and Prevention Services
Jennifer Wiggins, MA
Staff Clinician and Sexual Assault Specialist
Jen and Jennifer provide the following services:
- Assistance in accessing medical care
- Student and/or criminal judicial systems
- Safety planning
- Academic assistance
- Support groups
- Housing relocation
One Darnall Hall
202-687-6985 (business hours)
202-444-PAGE (after-hours emergencies; ask for CAPS clinician)
24/7 CONFIDENTIAL OFF-CAMPUS RESOURCES
DC Rape Crisis Center
This 24-hour hotline offers free and confidential support and resources for survivors and their families.
RAINN's phone and online hotlines provide live, secure, and anonymous support.
Washington Hospital Center, DC Forensic Nurse Examiners Program
110 Irving St, Washington, D.C.
The Washington Hospital Center provides comprehensive care for survivors of sexual assault, including:
- Evidence collection by nurses with specialized training
- STI testing and treatment
- Support services by victim advocates from DC Rape Crisis Center
- Referrals to counseling and crime victim compensation
- Follow-up care
To access these services, contact the DC Victim Hotline at 1-844-4HELPDC (1-844-443-5732).
Georgetown Emergency Response Medical Service (GERMS)
Village C West 206
GERMS provides free, emergency medical care and ambulance transportation to Georgetown University Hospital.
Student Health Center
Darnall Hall Ground Floor
For non-urgent follow-up care, you can make an appointment with Student Health during regular office hours.
NON-CONFIDENTIAL REPORTING RESOURCES
Reporting a sexual assault can often seem like a daunting step to take. If you are uncertain if you want to report, Jen Luettel Schweer or Jennifer Wiggins in Health Education Services can help you discuss your options.
- Title IX Coordinators provide the survivor with information about on- and off-campus resources and monitor the University’s climate with respect to sexual misconduct.
- Upon becoming aware of an incident of sexual assault, non-confidential GU employees (such as GUPD, faculty/staff, and Resident Assistants) are required to report the incident to a Title IX Coordinator.
- For more information on reporting resources and Title IX, visit sexualassault.georgetown.edu
Georgetown University Office of Student Conduct
537 Leavey Center
The Office of Student Conduct is a resource if you are considering bringing charges against another student.
Georgetown University Police Department (GUPD)
Village C West Ground Floor
You do NOT have to report a sexual assault to law enforcement in order to receive a forensic exam (or a rape evidence collection kit).