CSAs can help victims by providing information and resources to the person reporting the incident.
You and/or the victim may consider contacting one or more of the following UT resources for additional assistance:
- Behavior Concerns Advice Line (BCAL) - 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 and women’s health exams, including sexually transmitted infection (STI) screening and HIV testing.
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for employees
In addition to providing information and resources to the alleged victim, a CSA must also report the incident by using the online reporting tool [link to tool] or report the incident to one of UT Austin's Clery Coordinators: