Sexual Assault /Victim Assistance Services

Direct Access to Denver Health Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner

Students who have been sexually assaulted can attain services, guidance and intervention by contacting the Health Center at Auraria or the Phoenix Center at Auraria. If after meeting with either of these agencies a student would like to obtain a forensic evidence based examination, the Health Center at Auraria has a formalized agreement with Denver Health that provides all students on the Auraria campus direct access to a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) who is trained to perform medical forensic examinations. These examinations are provided at no charge.

The Health Center at Auraria is available to coordinate and pay for transportation to Denver Health for the SANE exam, if this is requested. Options include using current ride services such as Uber and Lyft, taxi services and/or various public transportation alternatives. The exact mode of transportation is determined at the time of need, in consultation with the individual needing transportation.

Students who access a SANE for a medical forensic examination are NOT required (at any time) to participate with law enforcement investigations or any criminal justice response.

Health Center at Auraria: 303-615-9999| Plaza Building 150 | Business Hours M-Th 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and F 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  

Phoenix Center at Auraria: 303-315-7250 Tivoli 259 | Business Hours M-F 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

 

24/7 After Hours Options

Crisis Line for Mental Health and Victim Assistance: 303-615-9911

The Phoenix Center at Auraria Help Line: 303-556-2255 (303-556-CALL)

 

Helpful Websites

The blue bench (formally known as RAAP)

Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault

 

Victim Assistance Program

If you have experienced interpersonal violence including stalking, sexual abuse, sexual assault or domestic violence the Victim Assistance Program has been developed to provide students, faculty and staff with support and resources. Services and referrals related to interpersonal violence can be accessed by calling the Victim Assistance phone line.

Please know that all initial victim assistance services are provided at no cost and that individuals can be assured that their situation will be handled with the utmost empathy, sensitivity and promptness. The applicable resource for assistance will be determined at the time of the call, contingent on the caller’s needs. 

The Health Center at Auraria, the campus Counseling Centers and the Phoenix Center at Auraria provide confidential services according to legal and professional standards. In addition, each of these departments often collaborates with community agencies when developing a comprehensive plan of action tailored for each individual’s needs.

 

Resources:

Health Center at Auraria 303-615-9999

After Hours 24/7 Crisis Line: For Mental Health and Victim Assistance  303-615-9911

The Phoenix Center at Auraria 303-315-7250

The Phoenix Center at Auraria After Hours 24/7 Helpline 303-556-2255

Auraria Campus Police Department  303-556-5000

Nightrider (evening escort service on campus) 303-556-2001

MSU Denver Counseling Center 303-615-9988

CU Denver Counseling Center 303-315-7270

CU Denver Psychological Service Center 303-724-7674


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