The University is committed to providing a workplace that is free from violence by establishing preventative measures, by holding perpetrators of violence accountable, and by providing assistance and support to victims. Choosing any option does not prevent individuals from accessing other options. There are many options of support, and a survivor’s decisions may change over time. Please know that all support and response services will be sensitive to the needs and privacy of each individual survivor.
For immediate help:
The University can provide help and support. Employees and Faculty can seek assistance from the Title IX Coordinator, Howie Kallem (firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-445-1577). For information about filing a report related to violations of the UNC Policy on Prohibited Harassment and Discrimination, please click here.
Confidential resources can help. If you’re not sure if what someone you know has experienced is interpersonal violence or want to talk confidentially about what to do next, call:
For a list of additional on campus support and resources (including the LGBTQ Center and the Carolina Women’s Center), please click here. To download a brochure, please click here: Resources Reporting Options – May 2014
If you are experiencing or have experienced interpersonal (relationship) violence, sexual violence or stalking, you may also want to consider: