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Title IX Coordinator |
Clery Act Compliance Officer

Heather L. Lindkvist
Hinman Box 6004
009 Parkhurst Hall
Hanover, NH 03755
Phone: 603-646-0922
Email: TitleIX@Dartmouth.edu
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How to Get Help if You Have Been Sexually Assaulted

Any member of the Dartmouth community who has experienced sexual assault is encouraged to immediately notify law enforcement and/or seek medical assistance. The Department of Safety and Security will provide transport or assist with accessing these resources upon request.

For Immediate Response in an Emergency

Hanover Police Department
9-1-1  or (603) 643-2222
 
Department of Safety & Security
Emergency: (603) 646-6333

To Speak with a Confidential Resource

Counseling & Human Development (CHD)
Daytime/weekdays: (603) 646-9442
After hours/weekends: (603) 646-3333
CHD offers 24-hour crisis counseling for enrolled students or for those who are concerned about an enrolled student.
 
WISE
24 hour crisis hotline: (866) 348-9473
WISE provides advocacy and crisis services to those affected by domestic and sexual violence and stalking. All WISE services are free and confidential.
 
Office of Religious & Spiritual Life at the Tucker Foundation (Chaplains)
Weekdays: (603) 646-3350
 
Faculty/Employee Assistance Program (FEAP)
Call (603) 646-1165 to schedule an appointment or email feap@dartmouth.edu.
FEAP provides free, confidential assessment, counseling, and referral services in a professional setting.

For Medical Assistance

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC)
Emergency Room: (603) 650-5000
DHMC provides sexual assault forensic exams and emergency and comprehensive care.
 
Dick's House: Health Services
(603) 646-9401
Open 24/7 during fall, winter, and spring terms.
Dick's House offers follow-up and ongoing care for Dartmouth students.
 
Nursing & Inpatient Department (IPD)
(603) 646-9440
IPD offers follow-up care after hours and on weekends. The IPD at Dick's House has beds available if a student needs a safe place to stay overnight.

Last Updated: 1/26/15