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Offices & Services

If you, or someone you know, is a survivor of sexual assault, dating violence, or stalking, Washington College & Chestertown have resources available to you.

New! Call the Sexual Assault Response Advocate hotline to reach an advocate at 410-699-0742.For all survivors, and friends of survivors, of sexual assault, dating violence and stalking.

Campus resources

  • Sexual Assault Response Advocates

    Lauren Gibson, Director of Wellness & Prevention Education/Sexual Assault Response Coordinator

    Office: 410-778-7277

    Cell: 443-282-6060

     

    Kellyanne Ford, Assistant Director of Student Engagement

    Office: 410-778-6118

    Celll: 410-699-0003

     

    John Beck, Associate Director of Annual Giving

    Office: 410-810-5770

    Cell: 315-729-5353

     

    Neisha-Anne Green, Assistant Director, Writing Center

    Office: 410-778-7263

    Cell: 914-318-4422

     

    Heather Calloway, Archivist & Special Collections Librarian

    Office: 410-810-5752

    Cell: 202-345-8600

     

    Stephanie Harryman, Assistant Field Hockey Coach

    Cell: 443-924-0843

     

    Shane Brill, Videographer

    Office: 410-810-7409

    Cell: 410-322-5268

    The Sexual Assault Response Advocates are for all survivors of sexual violence, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, religion, etc and regardless of what kind of assault occurred. The advocate you talk to will be able to help you determine what your options are, and empower you to make the choice that is best for you. The advocates are there to listen, provide support and care, and give you the options that you have in order to move forward in your healing process.

    Please note, that while the Sexual Assault Response Advocates are here to help, they are not a confidential service. They do have an obligation to report to the Title IX Coordinator, but will not share with anyone else. For more information about Title IX, check out the Title IX page.

     

    The following offices offer confidential counseling services and health care. These offices can also provide a safe and supportive space to talk as well as an opportunity to understand options for on-campus and off-campus reporting procedures.

  • Public Safety

    Public Safety is located in the lower level of Wicomico Residence House.

    410-778-7810


    Use this service if you would like to report the assault. You will be able to have a Sexual Assault Response Advocate or a For All Seasons Advocate with you.

     

  • Health Services

    Health Services

     

    Queen Anne House
    410-778-7261
    Hours: M-F 8:30am-12pm & 1pm-4:30pm

    Health Services is another confidential resource for victims of sexual violence. If you are worried about pregnancy or sexually transmitted infections, Health Services can work with you. Health Services provides women’s contraceptive services, including emergency contraception, and testing for sexually transmitted infections.

  • Counseling Services


    Queen Anne House
    410-778-7261

    Hours: M-F 8:30am-12pm & 1:00pm-4:30pm
    By appointment only

     

    Counseling Services offers confidential support to help students who are experiencing any type of grief, stress, depression, anxiety, or problems with academic performance. The counselors also provide counseling services to victims of sexual violence, and those with relationship concerns and issues.  All services are provided without charge to the students and are confidential.

 

 

Community Resources

  • For All Seasons, Inc

    1-800-310-7273

    For All Seasons, Inc is a free 24-hour confidential service that provides crisis and on-going counseling and support to survivors. Advocates are available to meet survivors at the hospital and support them during any time spent at the hospital.

  • Sexual Assault Forensic Exams & Treatment

    There are two hospitals you can use if you need treatment for anything related to the assault, such as STD testing, preventative measures such as emergency contraception, and other medical care.

     

    University of Maryland Shore Regional Health

    100 Brown Street, Chestertown, Maryland 21620

    and

    University of Maryland Shore Medical Center at Easton

    219 S. Washington Street, Easton, Maryland 21601

    The University of Maryland Shore of Regional Health Medical Centers provides a separate and private treatment  room for patients who are victims of sexual assault. The SAFE (Sexual Assault Forensic Examination) rooms are equipped with a special camera documentation system. SAFE room nurses have been specially trained to collect evidence while attending to the emotional and physical needs of patients who have been sexually assaulted. An advocate can be with you during your time at the hospital, which can be either a For All Seasons Advocate or a Washington College Sexual Assault Response Advocate.

     

  • Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault

    MCASA provides a comprehensive resources for victims of sexual assault.

     

  • Mid-Shore Council on Family Violence

    24 Hour Hotline: 1-800-927-4673

     

    The Mid-Shore Council on Family Violence provides a 24 hour hotline, crisis intervention, counseling & support, and shelter for victims of intimate partner violence.