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You have the right to confidential support. This support includes the initial crisis phase and the recovery process, including assistance with crime victims’ compensation, housing, entry into counseling, follow-up medical care, and legal services.
Graduate and undergraduate students, of any gender, at Duke University who have experienced gender violence (sexual assault, rape, intimate partner violence, stalking, sexual harassment), can contact the Women's Center 24/7/365 about confidential services. The Women's Center puts your options first, including, but not limited to:
For TTY, Dial 7-1-1 and ask them to page our hotline: 919-970-2108.
If this is an emergency situation and you feel you are in danger, call 9-1-1 or Duke police at 919-684-2444.
420 Chapel Drive, West Campus Bus Circle, Few Fed Room 107, Durham, NC 27708
Durham Crisis Response Center (DCRC) works with the community to end domestic and sexual violence through advocacy, education, support, and prevention. Services include a 24-hour crisis line, emergency shelter, individual counseling, hospital accompaniment, support groups, legal advocacy, safety programs, and community programs including teen prevention education. All services are for victims of domestic and sexual violence and their families. DCRC services are confidential and free of cost.
206 North Dillard Street
Durham, NC 27701
The Orange County Rape Crisis Center works to provide support to survivors of sexual violence and their loved ones. The Center is dedicated to meeting the needs of all members of the community. Some of the services include, a 24-Hour Help Line, support groups, workshops, and therapy referrals. Additionally, the Center offers educational programs for raising awareness about sexual violence and teaching prevention skills.
1506 E. Franklin Street, Suite 302
Chapel Hill, NC 27514