When you need to take quick action to help someone, see these tips.
If your or someone else have a mental health emergency or crisis, there’s quick help available.
New policies are in effect regarding students’ return to campus, travel, visitors and others.
Learn about relationship and sexual violence, WashU’s policies, ways to help a friend who has experienced violence, and find out how to get involved in helping survivors and preventing violence.
WUPD has trained and specialized female and male officers to assist you if you feel you are a victim of a sexual assault on campus.
You are not alone. We encourage you to seek support. We are committed to supporting you.
We are here to help you. At WashU there are a number of ways you can receive help and support if you have experience relationship or sexual violence.
Learn about the process if an individual seeks disciplinary action or pursues a formal Title IX complaint against you for sexual misconduct.
This anonymous reporting mechanism is available to report incidents of sexual harassment, sexual violence, intimate partner violence and stalking.
A native Texan, Jessica came to the WashU Cares after working as a Staff Therapist at Habif Health and Wellness Center here at Washington University. She received her B.A. in […]