SEU Title IX Campaign

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About

Southeastern University has a responsibility to respond quickly and effectively to address sexual misconduct and any other conduct that is motivated by sex or gender that creates a hostile environment for Southeastern University students.  Southeastern University is committed to prevention of all forms of sexual misconduct as well as the protection and rehabilitation of victims of such acts.  Please visit www.seu.edu for full details by clicking here. 

Resources for Ohio Network Campus Students

National Stalking Resource Center 800-FYI-CALL
National Domestic Violence Hotline 800-799-SAFE
National Suicide Prevention Hotline 800-273-TALK
Sexual Assault Response Network of Central Ohio (SARNCO) Hotline
Services: SARNCO works with local law enforcement and social services agencies to provide medical
and social support services to victims of sexual assault. Services include evaluation and treatment in
local emergency departments, emotional support from volunteer advocates, a 24-hour rape helpline,
referrals to aftercare counseling and community outreach and prevention education.

Hours: 24/7 Helpline and Hospital Advocacy
1299 Olentangy River Road, Columbus, OH 43212

614-267-7020
614-566-4770
Sexual Assault Response Network (SARN) of Delaware County
11 North Franklin County, Delaware, OH 43015
740-363-1835
CHOICES 24 Hour Domestic Violence Hotline 614-224-4663
OhioHealth Westerville Medical Campus Emergency Care
300 Polaris Pkwy, Westerville, OH 43082
614-533-3000
Mount Carmel St. Ann’s Emergency Department
500 S Cleveland Ave, Westerville, OH 43081
380-898-4400
Mount Carmel Crime & Trauma Assistance Program
500 S Cleveland Ave, Westerville, OH 43081
614-234-5900
Emerge Counseling Services
900 Mull Ave, Akron, OH 44313
330-867-5603
Live Wellness Center
River’s Edge Corporate Building, 1335 Dublin Rd. Suite 212C, Columbus, OH 43215
Lisa Gilchrist and Heidi Salierno
614-437-9910

Alleged violations of the Sexual Misconduct Policy should be reported to the appropriate Title IX Deputy Coordinator for Southeastern University.  In addition to contacting the Title IX Deputy Coordinator, a person who has experienced a sexual assault or other act of sexual violence may contact proper local law enforcement authorities (e.g., by calling 911) about possibly filing a criminal complaint.  SEU Ohio Campus faculty and staff are available to assist individuals in making contact with any of the following appropriate law enforcement authorities upon request.

Columbus Police Division Sexual Assault Squad
Services: Assists in making an official report and safety planning. Choosing to report a crime is your decision.
You should know that making a report is not the same as filing criminal charges; rather it is the process of
officially documenting the incident. This does not necessarily mean that an investigation will occur and that
criminal charges will be filed.
Call 911 for emergencies
614-645-4624

911

Columbus Division of Police, Domestic Violence & Stalking Unit, Victim Witness Assistance Program
375 N. High St., 17th floor, Columbus, OH 43215
Services: Support services to victims and witnesses of misdemeanor crimes.
614-645-6232
Columbus Police Substation #18
1120 Morse Rd., Columbus, OH 43223
614-645-4510
Columbus Police Substation #6
5030 Ulry Rd., Westerville, OH 43081
614-645-4924
Franklin County Prosecuting Attorney Office
373 S. High St., 14th Floor, Columbus, OH 43215
Hours: 8am–5pm (Monday–Friday)
614-525-3555
Westerville Division of Police
29 S. State St., Westerville, OH 43081
614-882-7444
911
Delaware County Prosecuting Attorney Office
140 N. Sandusky St., 3rd Floor, Delaware, OH 43015
Hours: 8:30am–5pm (Monday–Friday)
740-833-2690
Delaware County Victim Services Unit
140 N. Sandusky St., 3rd Floor, Delaware, OH 43015
Hours: 8:30am–5pm (Monday–Friday)
740-833-2710