Title IX Office
Sexual Assault Response Line
Available through Counseling and Psychological Services’ on-call system. Confidential crisis support and information is available for any Brown student dealing with sexual assault. The on-call counselor is also available to accompany a victim to the hospital.
Sexual Assault Prevention and Advocacy
Help is available for students who have experienced sexual violence and abuse in a relationship. Confidential services include support for a survivor or the friends of a survivor, help exploring options to address the incident (such as filing a complaint, if that is the student's choice) and educational programs for the student community. When you get support, you do not have to pursue any specific course of action and no action will be taken unless it’s something you choose.
Counseling and Psychological Services
Clinicians provide confidential crisis support, follow-up appointments, and 24-hour on-call services for any Brown student dealing with sexual assault. Located at J Walter Wilson, Room 516.
The Chaplains are available for personal counseling and support. Call to make an appointment. Located in J Walter Wilson, Room 410.
Brown Department of Public Safety
(401) 863-4111 (emergency response)
Emergency response available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You may also direct any complaints to Public Safety's administrative number, 863-3322.
Brown Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
Emergency response available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
University Health Services
Confidential medical care, testing and treatment. Emergency contraceptive pills and treatment for sexually transmitted infections are available. Located at 13 Brown Street on the corner of Brown and Charlesfield Streets.
Office of Student Life/Dean-on-Call
Provides a crisis response system which includes administrators-on-call.
Sexual Assault Information and Resources Network
Network comprised of graduate students, faculty, and staff that have received training on Brown's resources and reporting procedures. Members of the network are available to talk through your options after experiencing harassment or assault, identify potential systems of support both internal and external to Brown and outline how to report an incident to appropriate university officials.
Gail Cohee, Director of the Sarah Doyle Women's Center and Assistant Dean of the College, (401) 863-3402