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Where to go for help

It can be tough to know where to start. MSU has several organizations available to help.



Survivor support resources

Center for Survivors

Free and confidential counseling – including Crisis Chat – advocacy and therapy services for those who have been impacted by sexual violence.

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Sexual Assault Healthcare Program

24/7, free, specialized medical care for any adult in the Lansing region who has been sexually assaulted within the last five days.

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Safe Place

Counseling, support groups, shelter advocacy and referrals for those who have experienced, or are experiencing, an abusive or controlling relationship or stalking.

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Employee Assistance Program

Confidential short-term counseling and referral service on topics including relationship conflict or abuse, sexual misconduct, trauma, stress, anxiety, depression, substance use, family challenges and grief.

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Gender and Sexuality Campus Center

Education, engagement, advocacy and student support including expertise in the unique challenges facing the LGBTQIA2S+ community regarding relationship violence and sexual misconduct.

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Reporting options

Title IX Coordinator and Office of Institutional Equity

Responds to and investigates reports of relationship violence and sexual misconduct, including dating violence, gender-based harassment, sexual assault and stalking, under the Relationship Violence and Sexual Misconduct and Title IX Policy.

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Police and Public Safety

Investigates crimes including relationship violence, sexual assault and stalking, in a trauma-informed and victim centered approach.

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