What to Do:
Seek medical attention even if you are not seeking evidence collection. It is important to be tested for sexually transmitted infections and to treat possible internal injury.
After sexual violence, survivors have choices about how to proceed. There is no ONE right way to heal, recover, or obtain closure. And remember: sexual violence is NEVER the survivor's fault.
If you are in danger:
On campus: call the AU Police emergency line: 202-885-3636.
Off campus: call 911.
Health Promotion & Advocacy Center 4400 Massachusetts Avenue
NW Washington, DC 20016
Free Counseling for All AU Students: Get free mental health screenings and services for depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, eating disorders, alcohol abuse, and post traumatic stress disorder.
About the Counseling Center:
The Counseling Center offers weekday drop-in hours, individual and group counseling, after-hours counseling by phone with a licensed crisis clinician, and assistance in finding off-campus therapy when more extensive or specialized care is needed.
All of our services are free and confidential, protected by law and ethical standards. Whatever your concerns, a confidential conversation with a Counseling Center clinician is a good place to start.
Fitness Centers, Aquatic Center, and Intramural Athletics
Personal training services:
GRADUATE STUDENT WORKER UNION
THE GRADUATE LEADERSHIP COUNCIL