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Sexual Assault and Violence Education

Resources and Support

Options and Resources Handout

Medical Assistance

On-Campus Confidential Resource
University Health and Wellness Services
(757) 594–7661
Freeman Center 1st Floor

Off-Campus Confidential Resource
Riverside Regional Medical Center
500 J. Clyde Morris Boulevard
Newport News, VA 23601
(757) 594–2000
(757) 594–2050 (Emergency-Trauma Center)

You may request a sexual assault advocate if one is not provided.

You may receive a forensic sexual assault examination by a sexual assault nurse examiner (SANE nurse).

Physical evidence may be usable if proper procedures are followed for evidence collection within 120 hours of the assault.

Support and Counseling

On-Campus Confidential Resource

Office of Counseling Services
(757) 594–7047
Freeman Center 2nd Floor

Off-Campus Confidential Resources

The Center for Sexual Assault Survivors (The Center) Crisis Hotline (757) 236-5260

Provides individual and group counseling, outreach, and information for survivors, family, and friends
Transitions 24-Hour HOTLINE (757) 723-7774

Sole provider of comprehensive family violence services for the cities of Hampton, Newport News, and Poquoson, and a co-provider of services for York County
Newport News Victim Services Unit (757) 926-7443

2501 Washington Avenue, 6th Floor, Newport News, VA 23607

Victim advocate
Virginia Family Violence and Sexual Assault Hotline 1-800-838-8238 (available 24 hours)
Virginia LGBTQ Partner Abuse and Sexual Assault Hotline 1-866-356-6998 (available 24 hours)
Planned Parenthood (757) 826-2079

Hampton Health Center, 403 Yale Drive, Hampton, VA 23666

Provider of reproductive health care and education
AVALON (757) 258-5022

24-hour Helpline (757) 258-5051

Center for women and children that is located in Williamsburg, VA

Promotes non-violence and supports survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault
Employee Assistant Program (EAP) Counseling provided by all health plans offered to Commonwealth of Virginia employees and their dependents

COVA CARE and HDHP (Anthem) (855) 223-9277

COVA HealthAware (Aetna) (888) 238-6232; (Kaiser) (866) 517-7042

CNU Deputy Title IX Coordinators

Deputy Title IX coordinators are trained to help individuals find the resources they might need, explain all reporting options and respond appropriately to conduct of concern, including retaliation.

For employees:

Ashleigh Andrews
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Director of Human Resources
CNU North, 1st Floor
(757) 594-7145 (office)

For students:

Katie Wellbrock
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Associate Dean of Students
David Student Union 3142
(757) 594-7160 (office)

Carrie Gardner
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Associate Director of Athletics
Freeman Center G143
(757) 594-7462 (office)

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