Resources and Support

A campus security authority (CSA) can help victims not just by listening but providing support and resources.

UT Resources for Assistance:


Behavior Concerns and COVID-19 Advice Line (BCCAL) - For behaviors that are concerning, but not an immediate threat to self, others, or property. Trained staff are available 24 hours a day.

Student Emergency Services - Can help with student absence notifications, outreach and advocacy, emergency funds, emergency shelter, and more.

Counseling and Mental Health Center (CMHC) - Provides individual and group counseling, classes, survivor advocacy services, crisis walk-in, medication evaluation, and prevention and outreach services.

CMHC Crisis Line for students - Trained counselors offer a confidential service 24 hours a day, including holidays.

University Health Services - Provides urgent care services, Sexual Assault Forensic Exams (SAFE), and women’s health exams to include sexually transmitted infection (STI) screening and HIV testing.

Employee Assistance Program (EAP) - provide counseling services and crisis intervention for employees

Victims Advocate Network (VAN) - a 24/7 on-call network of trained faculty and staff volunteers that provide immediate assistance for those impacted by crime on campus. 

Additional campus and community resources as well as helpful handouts may be found on the Title IX website.

If we are proactive, we can develop a community where we are all engaged in campus safety and security.