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In an emergency, dial 911.
Key Information

Sexual Violence Response

Confidential

SVR is available 24/7/365. Call (212) 854-HELP (4357) to connect with survivor advocates for trauma-informed rape crisis/anti-violence support, including accompaniment to the hospital, police, or to other resources. SVR also offers prevention education. 
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Morningside

700 Lerner Hall
(Broadway/115th) 

Barnard

105 Hewitt Hall
(3009 Broadway/116th)

CUMC

206 Bard Hall
(50 Haven Ave./169th & 170th St.)

Counseling Services

Confidential

Get short-term counseling, including trauma support, referrals for ongoing mental health services, and/or join a student support groups. 

Morningside

Lerner Hall, 8th Floor
(Broadway/115th)
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212-854-2878 After hours, press 1.
Barnard

100 Hewitt Hall, 1st Floor
(Broadway/116th)
Website

212-854-2092
CUMC

Bard-Haven Tower 1, Suite 1D
(60 Haven Ave. between 169th & 170th)
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212-305-3400 *After hours, press 4.

Public Safety

Not Confidential

Public Safety is available 24/7/365. Call (212) 854-5555 for emergency response, security escorts or assistance with law enforcement.

Morningside

111 Low Library (southeast entrance)
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Barnard

104 Barnard Hall
(Broadway between 116th & 118th)
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212-854-6666
CUMC

109 Black Building
(168th/Fort Washington Ave.)
Website

212-305-8100
Teachers College

Whitter Hall, Suite 1A
(Amsterdam Ave./120th)
Website

212-678-3333

Gender-Based Misconduct Office

Not Confidential

Receive guidance through the complaint, investigation and adjudication process, as well as help in seeking academic and other accommodations.

Morningside

800 Watson Hall
(612 W 115th St./Broadway & Riverside Dr.)
Website

212-854-1717

More On-Campus Resources

Student Health Services

Routine and urgent medical assistance, sexual health, reproductive and gynecological services, LGBTQ+ health care and confidential HIV testing.

Title IX Office

Oversight of Title IX investigations, complaint resolutions, gender-based misconduct policy training, and University compliance with laws prohibiting sex discrimination. 

Pastoral and Spiritual Counseling

Faith-based support and identity-based counseling, on-campus worship, and other programs from the Office of the University Chaplain. No personal religious affiliation required. On-call clergy available. 

Off-Campus Resources

NYPD

In an emergency, call 911.
Remember, Columbia’s Public Safety can assist you with contacting NYPD. 

Local Hospitals

Find nearby hospitals – including many with Sexual Assault Forensic Examiners who can provide treatment and assist in preserving evidence or documenting injuries with patient consent.

Additional Support

Several federal agencies, national organizations and local advocacy groups offer support to survivors. 

Locations

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Confidential

Not Confidential