Abuse and Sexual Assault

OSU Police for sexual assault reporting and survivor’s rights guarantee, including privacy, courtesy, sensitivity, dignity, male/female office preference and availability.

Title IX Campus confidential resources, including: student advocacy center, counseling and consultation services, university housing assistance and student legal services.

Guide for Friends & Family of Sexual Violence Survivors, tips on how to help survivors of sexual violence, including guidance on physical safety, medical attention, reporting, counseling or effective communication.

Be an UPstander training video, Dr. Gail Stern, co-founder of Catharsis Productions explains the fundamentals of creating cultural change at our school, jobs and communities.

Relationship Education and Violence Prevention programs focus both on knowledge and skills to give students the tools the need to make informed decisions about topics such as consent, intervention, health relationships and sex positivity.

Sexual Health at Student Life Wellness Center with resources for HIV/STI testing, presentations on safer sex and participation in Condom Club for discounted condoms/barriers

Counseling & Consultation Services @ Younkin (HERE)

Phone screening for referral to counseling or a physician

Resources for self-help on topics including: anger, anxiety & panic, break-ups, depression, eating & body image, grief, happiness hacks, sleep, sexual violence and suicide prevention.

Community Provider database to search for private mental health care providers according to search criteria

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline to provide 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones. Specific resources include guidance for youth, disaster survivors, Native Americans, veterans, loss survivors, LBGTQ+, attempt survivors, deaf & hard of hearing and ayuda en espanol.

Crisis Text Line for free, 24/7 crisis support with a crisis counselor, a real-life human being trained to bring texters from a hot moment to a cool calm through active listening and collaborate problem solving.

Fast Facts to educate and direct towards resources on topics including: bullying, relationships, self-harm, anxiety, depression and suicide.

Law Lifeline, information tailored to a law school student’s emotional health need.

Get the facts on topics including depression, bipolar disorder, suicide, eating disorders, anxiety disorders, stress, alcohol & drugs, cutting, emotional health, schizophrenia and borderline personality.

Self-evaluation test to learn if a treatable mental health problem could be affecting you or a friend. Be proactive about your mental health; it’s the first step to feeling better.