What resources are there related to Title IX at MU?
The MU Title IX website offers information on reporting Title IX violations, the rights and responsibilities of members of the MU community and Title IX policies. It also lists the following resources:
The University Hospital Emergency Department provides confidential forensic examinations, sexually transmitted disease testing and emergency contraception through its Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Clinic. There is no charge for collecting evidence, but charges apply for the medical exam and treatment.
The Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center supports survivors of sexual violence with confidential crisis intervention and advocacy. Appointments or walk-ins are accepted. The office is located in the lower level of the Student Center, and all services are free to students, faculty and staff.
The MU Police Department accepts reports of sexual assault and other crimes to be investigated by police. MUPD has jurisdiction on property that MU owns, leases or controls, as well as streets adjacent to campus.
True North is a local organization that provides victims of domestic and sexual violence with confidential support, advocacy and safe housing. The shelter’s 24-hour hotline number is 573-875-1370, and all services are free to victims and their children.
The Student Health Center provides confidential general medical assistance to students by appointment, including STD testing and mental health services. Some services are covered by the MU Student Health Fee.
The MU Counseling Center offers confidential individual and group therapy, consultation and programming to students. It also provides consultation to students who need help assisting a friend. The center has a 24-hour hotline, 573-882-6601, which is now being printed on new student ID cards.
The Psychological Services Clinic provides confidential individual, couple and group therapy and consultation. It does not offer crisis and immediate services.
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