Sexual assault is a traumatic experience that often leaves those involved with many emotional reactions. Remember that there are services available on campus to help you during this difficult time.
The Counseling Center is available to support you before, during, and after the decision making process. Counseling is free and confidential. A counselor from Loyola's Counseling Center will be available to accompany you to the hospital regardless of your decision to report this incident to the police. If the incident occurs after business hours or on the weekend please contact someone from the office of student life (RA, GRC, or AD) and they will assist you in receiving campus support as you make these decisions.
Sexual Assault and Intimate Partner Violence includes multiple behaviors that occur without the consent of the survivor. Review the definitions of consent and various forms of sexual misconduct.
Following an assault, survivors are faced with many difficult decisions around their emotional and medical health.
While every survivor and situation is unique, there are some common reactions to sexual assault and intimate partner violence.
The Women of Color Network offers information about sexual assault and intimate partner violence for women of color.
Knowing how to help a friend who has been sexually assaulted or a victim of intimate partner violence is often challenging. Consider these suggestions on how to support a survivor.
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Loyola Health Center
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Office of Student Life
Seton Hall 08B
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Mercy Medical Center
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The Loyola Counseling Center offers free counseling and referral services to Loyola students. Just call or stop by for an appointment.