SHARE Advocates (Sexual Harassment & Assault Resources & Education), 401.863-2794, 3rd floor of Health Services
The SHARE Advocates are available to help students affected by sexual violence. Confidential services include support for a survivor or the friends of a survivor, help filing a complaint (if that is the student’s choice), help navigating resources at Brown and in the community, 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.
Sexual Assault Response Line 401.863-6000
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.
Counseling and Psychological Services 401.863-3476
Clinicians provide confidential crisis support, follow-up appointments, and 24-hour on-call services for any Brown student who has been impacted by sexual violence. Located at Page-Robinson Hall, Room 516.
Brown Department of Public Safety 401.863-4111 (emergency response).
Emergency response available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You may also call Public Safety's administrative number, 401. 863-3322, for non-urgent matters, questions, or complaints.
Brown Department of Public Safety, Crime Victim Assistance Unit, Michelle Nuey, 401.863-2542 (non-emergency response)
This unit provides information and support concerning University and Providence Police reporting options. Confidential services include safety planning, victim advocacy, court accompaniment and assistance with obtaining restraining orders.
University Health Services 401.863-3953
Confidential medical care, testing and treatment. Emergency contraceptive pills and treatment for sexually transmitted infections are available. Located at the corner of Brown and Charlesfield Streets.
Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-494-8100
If you or someone you know needs help because of a sexual assault or an abusive relationship, call this hotline 24 hours a day. Counselor-advocates provide confidential support and are available to accompany victims of sexual assault to the hospital and police station. Ongoing counseling and support groups are available. (This hotline is specific to Rhode Island. Contact the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-HOPE if you need help in another state.)