USI Counseling Center
Orr Center 1051
Offers emotional support and understanding with the aim of reducing fears and anxieties. Emotional aspects of trauma can be explored and confidentially discussed. Counselors can serve as advocates and/or provide referrals to appropriate community resources.
University Health Center
Health Professions 091
Provides immediate and follow-up services for a person who has experienced a sexual assault, with the aim of identifying physical manifestations resulting from the emotional and physical trauma.
Albion Fellows Bacon Center
Domestic Violence (812) 422-5622
Sexual Assault (812) 424-7273
Toll-free (800)-339-7752 (all answered 24 hours)
Offers emotional support for victims, safe and protected housing or assistance in finding housing if you're not safe, and assistance and support in dealing with the Criminal Justice System. Provides information, referrals, or "just to lend an ear," and all calls are confidential.
Toll-free (866) 367-9922
Provides services to victims of domestic violence, including a crisis line and emergency shelter.
Provides a safe, single location for reporting of violence.
USI Religious Life
8115A Wright Building (O’Daniel Apartment Complex)
Offers supportive counseling and spiritual care. Also provides advocacy services and referrals to appropriate resources.
Housing & Residence Life
Your Resident Assistant or Area Coordinator
Can provide you with general housing advocacy and emotional support during the crisis and through the recovery process.
Dean of Students Office
University Center East 1229
While a victim may choose not to prosecute criminally, s/he retains the right to file a complaint through the University Code of Conduct. Campus judicial matters are protected by the Family Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). The Dean of Students office can also provide students with scheduling changes if necessary.
492-7777 (emergencies) or 464-1845 (non-emergencies)
Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office