Title IX Resources

Title IX Resources 

Phone

Emergencies: Campus 315-792-3046 (or 611)
Off Campus: 911

 
Confidential Reporting
Any individual who has experienced an incidence of gender-based misconduct should be aware, when consulting campus resources, of the confidentiality and privacy policies of different offices. When making a choice to report, it is important to know who is an employee of a mandatory reporting office. The following personnel offer confidentiality on-campus:
 
  • Campus Safety
    Strebel Student Center
    315-792-3046 or dial 611 from on-campus landline
    Wayne Sullivan, Director of Campus Safety
     
  • Student Counseling Services
    202 Strebel Student Center
    315-792-3094
    Alison Franklin, LCSW., Director Student Counseling
    Abigail Reyome, M.A.,LMHC, Counselor II
    Alexandra Kraus, M.S., LMHC, Counselor 
     
  • Newman Center
    Newman Center Building
    315-792-3284
    Father Paul Drobin
     
  • Office of Residence Life
    North Hall, 1st Floor
    315-792-3285
    Scott Nonemaker, Director of Residence Life
     
  • Office of Student Affairs
    205 Strebel Student Center
    315-792-3100
    Robert J. Perkins, Ph.D., Dean of Students

     
Confidential Disclosure
You can seek advice from certain resources whose staff and volunteers are not required to tell anyone else, unless there is cause to fear for your safety or the safety of others. These resources include those without supervisory responsibility or remedial authority to address gender-based misconduct. If an individual wants to ensure that details of an incident be kept confidential, they can speak with: Off-Campus Support:

  • Police
    Utica: 315-735-3310
    New Hartford: 315-724-7111
    New York Mills: 315-736-6623
    New York State Police Hotline: 1-844-845-7269
    Liverpool Police number 315- 457-0722
    Onondaga County Sherriff (located in Liverpool) 315-435-0722
    Pinellas County Police 727- 582-6200
     
  • Local Hospitals
    St. Elizabeth Medical Center: 315-798-8111
    Faxton-St. Luke's Healthcare: 315-624-6112
     
  • Catholic Charities: 315-724-2158
  • Mohawk Valley Amercan Red Cross: 315-733-4666
     
  • Family Services of the Mohawk Valley: 315-735-2236
     
  • Samaritan Counseling Center of the Mohawk Valley: 315-724-5173
     
  • Mental Health Connections: 315-735-9501
     
  • YWCA of Mohawk Valley: 315-732-2159
     
  • Planned Parenthood-Utica Center: 315-724-6146
  • Oneida County’s YWCA Domestic and Sexual Violence Services: (315) 797-7740
     
  • Suicide/Crisis Services 24 Hour Hotline: (315) 732-6228
     
  • NYS Office of Victim Services Hotline: 1-800-247-803 
Crisis Services for Students, Faculty, Staff & Contracted Staff in Liverpool, NY site:
Vera House
6181 Thompson Road, Suite 100
Syracuse, NY 13206
Phone: (315) 425-0818
24-Hour Hotline: (315) 468-3260
Sexual Assault Nurse Examination services are provided to all area emergency rooms through Vera House.

Crisis Services for Students, Faculty, Staff & Contracted Staff in St. Petersburg, FL site:

Suncoast Center, Inc.
PO Box 10970
St. Petersburg, FL 33733
Phone (appointments): (727) 388-1220
Hotline: (727) 530-727
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Crisis Hotline Resources:
  • National Suicide Hotline: 1-800-SUICIDE
     
  • Rape Crisis Hotline-Oneida County: 315-797-7740
     
  • New York Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-942-6906
     
  • Trevor Lifeline: 1-866-488-7386
     (National organization providing crisis intervetion and suicide intervetion to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning)
Employee Resources:

Additional Resources:


 
(315) 792-3006
1600 Burrstone Road | Utica, NY 13502