Resources/Contact InformationSexual Harassment, Assault and Violence Prevention
SUNY-ESF seeks to make appropriate referrals to available services including, but not limited to counseling, medical, legal services, case management, and academic assistance. Services are provided to help students navigate College and community resources, as well as provide advisement and consultation to other members of the College community on issues of sexual harassment and/or violence.
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To obtain effective intervention services.
- ESF Counseling Services, 105 Bray Hall, 315-470-4716
- Crouse Medical Practice, 739 Irving Avenue, 315-479-5070
- ESF University Police, 19 Bray Hall, 315-470-6667
- Title IX Coordinator, 221 Baker Lab, 315-565-3012
- Dean for Student Affairs, 110 Bray Hall, 470-6660
- Syracuse University Hendricks Chapel, 443-2901
- ESF Employee Assistance Program (for employees only), 315-470-6847 or 315-470-4730
- Student Conduct, 110 Bray Hall, 470-6660
- Student Support, 110 Bray Hall, 470-6660
- Vera House, 315-425-0818/Crisis Hotline, 315-468-3260
- Syracuse City Police Department, Abused Person Unit, 315-435-3016
- Crouse Hospital, 315-470-7111/Emergency Room 315-470-7411
- Upstate Hospital, 315-464-5540/Emergency Room 315-464-5611
- St. Joseph's Hospital, 315-448-5111/Emergency Room 315-448-5101
- Onondaga County Sheriff's Office, 315-435-3092
- NYS Domestic Violence Hotline, 1-800-942-6906
- Legal Momentum
- Pandora's Project
- GLBTQ Domestic Violence Project
- Safe Horizons
- SUNY Sexual Assault & Violence Response (SAVR) Resources
Within 96 hours of an assault, you can get a Sexual Assault Forensic Examination (commonly referred to as a rape kit) at a hospital. While there should be no charge for a rape kit, there may be a charge for medical or counseling services off campus, and in some cases, insurance may be billed for services. You are encouraged to let hospital personnel know if you do not want your insurance policyholder to be notified about your access to these services. The New York State Office of Victim Services may be able to assist in compensating victims/survivors for health care and counseling services, including emergency funds. More information may be found in the Rights of Crime Victims in New York State booklet (PDF) or by calling 1-800-247-8035.
To best preserve evidence, victims/survivors should avoid showering, washing, changing clothes, combing hair, drinking, eating, or doing anything to alter physical appearance until after a physical exam has been completed.