1. Education: The Voices Against Violence Team educates the campus community about healthy relationships, avoiding dangers, and being proactive in stopping violence.
2. Training: The Voices Against Violence team trains campus leaders on the proper protocal of reporting violent acts on campus and follows all Jeanne Cleary Act reporting requirements.
3. Victim Assistance: Members of the Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence Response Team are available to meet with students, staff or faculty who have experienced an act of violence and would like additional resources. The team of trained individuals are listed below.
The Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence Response Team members:
Frank Caldwell, Office of Residential Life, x 5.2591
Frank serves in the Office of Residential Facilities and can assist those victims that live on campus in room relocations etc. if needed.
Lee Calizo, Office of Student Life x 5.3462
Lee serves on the Women's Center Advisory Board and has a background in working with victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Dr. Jeff Cullen, Office of Student Judicial Programs, x 5.2453
Dr. Cullen will assist victims who need information about going forward, or wanting more information about a judicial hearing on campus.
Davonya Hall, Office of Student Judical Programs, x. 5.2453
Ms. Hall will assist vicitims who need information about the judicial process on campus, and other resources in the community.
Dr. Kim Leisey, Associate Vice President of Student Affairs, 5.2393
Dr. Leisey can assist any UMBC community member in receiving the resourcs he/ she may need in the event of an assault.
Jennifer K. Lepus, Director, University Health Servcies x 5.2542
University Health Services offers free medical care and emergency contraception to those victims who need assistance.
Alison Rohrbach, Assistant Director, Health Education x 5.1599
Ms. Rohrbach can assist with all programming and outreach events to provide community awareness. She along with the Peer Health Adovcates provide educational programming.
Amy Sine, Assistant Director, Residential Life x 5.1992
Ms. Sine and her staff can assist those victims that live on campus in roommate conflicts, assaults, room relocations etc. if needed
Dr. Patricia Wick, University Counseling Services- x 5.2472
UMBC Police x 5.5555
UMBC's Women's Center x 5.2714
This local agency will provide advocate support for those victims seeking this service. there is a 24 hour advocate hotline that will provide advocate accompaniment to emergency rooms or in some cases, judical hearings.
UMBC's Peer Health Advocates - A newly combined coalition of students dedicated to educating their fellow students about various health topics including sexual assault and relationship violence. They have also been trained to assist in connecting victims with area resources.
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