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MU MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES

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Name of Service
Clinical Services/MU Counseling Center

Campus/Community
Campus

Students (U/G/ALL)
All

Description of Services
Confidential Campus Resource for mental health services: Individual Counseling, brief model, usually 12-15 sessions maximum, exceptions can be made. Group Counseling, unlimited sessions, approximately 10 groups offered per semester. Initial Assessments used for service determination. Crisis Availability with on-call counselor, Monday-Friday, 8 am to 5 pm, for students with urgent concerns. These are the only such services available on the campus short of the Emergency Room at University Hospital. Hospitalization is facilitated when needed due to determination of danger to self or others, with MU Police providing transport to the hospital. Consultation offered Monday-Friday, 8 am to 5 pm, through on-call counselors by phone or in person to students and anyone concerned about a student. After Hours Support when there is an event or crisis affecting groups of students, including student death. Availability to assist police in a catastrophic event affecting multiple students. T-Net A Counseling Center Psychologist works with healthcare providers from Student Health and the community to cooperatively serve specific needs of transgender students, related to mental health and physical health needs. Mizzou Cares Suicide Prevention Task Force The Counseling Center is an active partner with several other entities, with the Wellness Resource Center as the lead campus organization, to promote suicide prevention and broader wellness and mental health concerns. Currently, Mizzou holds a federal Garrett Lee Smith Memorial Act Suicide Prevention grant. The Counseling Center continues to work in close cooperation with the Wellness Resource Center, who took the lead in obtaining this three year grant. Campus Programming Council The Counseling Center has a representative on this council to coordinate Counseling Center programming with that of the larger campus and to create collaborative programming events. Mental Health Screening is available free online to anyone through the MU Counseling Centers website to assess for Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Eating Disorders, Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Where a student does score at or above a cutoff point that indicates a need for assistance, the report to the student encourages contacting the Counseling Center or other health provider. Mental Health First Aid The MU Counseling Center has been a national pioneer in introducing Mental Health First Aid to the collegiate environment, with a major focus on educating University faculty and staff, as well as students, to lower stigma, help people become more conversant about mental health concerns, and equip them to intervene and refer appropriately as laypersons. Four Counseling Center staff members are certified Instructors in Mental Health First Aid. A total of 642 individuals have been trained in this comprehensive program since its inception at MU in 2011. QPR The Counseling Center has conducted numerous sessions for students and others in specific suicide prevention training for laypersons, called Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR). A total of 495 individuals have been trained since August, 2012.

Mental Health 101/How to Help a Friend/Stress and Coping Counseling Center professionals have conducted sessions in a variety of venues every semester with both faculty/staff and student groups focused on how to assist someone with a mental health concern, including people who may be suicidal. This effort has reached specific academic departments, graduate students who are currently graduate assistants and preparing to be professors, student affairs staffers, classes, and others. Staff members also conduct presentations and workshops for students focused on managing stress, coping with the demands of college and building resilience. A total of 2580 individuals have been trained since August, 2012. Eating Disorders Treatment Team Psychologists from the Counseling Center join with Student Health providers and others, provide coordinated support for students who are living with eating disorders. Releases of information allow the team to share specific information about their clients/patients.

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Name of Service
MU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics

Campus/Community
Campus

Students (U/G/ALL)
ALL Student Athletes

Description of Services
Licensed clinical psychologist on staff (1.0 FTE). Offers initial assessment and psychological treatment to student-athletes with a broad range of presenting mental health issues, coordinates referrals to other treatment programs or providers when appropriate (including campus and community providers), make referrals to other campus programs when appropriate, and coordinates care internally with team physicians, athletics department dietician, athletic trainers, academic coordinators, and/or other individuals within the athletics department when agreed upon with the student- athlete and when authorization to release medical information (medical ROI) is obtained. AASP licensed sports psychologist focusing on performance issues on staff (.75 FTE), assisted by eight supervised, doctoral student interns. Sports psychologist offers individual and team support on issues of athletics performance, as well as educational opportunities with coaches and other athletics staff. Assigned sports psychology staff member usually attends home competitions and often travels with the team to away events as well, providing additional access to this support resource. Student-Athlete Handbook o Produced by athletics department staff. o Distributed to all student-athletes o Includes information regarding athletics department policies and procedures affecting student-athletes, including consequences for legal/criminal issues and expectations for behavior in general, as well as campus resources for issues of sexual assault and mental health. Disability Services facilitates equal access for students with disabilities, including those of a psychological/psychiatric nature (e.g. PTSD, anxiety, depression, bi-polar). To address concerns related to access, certain reasonable accommodations may be identified. Common accommodations for individuals with mental health related disabilities include those related to exams (e.g. extended time, taking exams in a distraction reduced or quiet, separate space), peer note-taking assistance, and flexibility regarding attendance or in the establishment of deadlines. Access Advisors and the Deaf Services Coordinator provide support to students and guidance to faculty members and staff to ensure that accommodations are implemented. Referral can be made to a doctoral level Graduate Assistant (GA) to provide counseling assistance at the Counseling Center, supervised by a licensed counseling psychologist; Disability Services refers directly to the GA, who will complete an assessment and offer counseling, if appropriate, or refer to a more appropriate resource. Crisis intervention and referral information. If some type of power-based personal violence is occurring, basic case management and advocacy services will be provided by the Coordinator. Spring 2014 only: A Social Work graduate student is providing Social Work Services for Trauma and Recovery with supervision If a student walks in in crisis, they will meet with one of the graduate assistants or the Coordinator for crisis intervention, supportive conversation and referral information. If none of those individuals are available, student staff will refer to the most appropriate resource. Serves all students by providing funding, evaluation, and professional technical assistance to the faculty/staff on each campus Partners in Prevention is a statewide coalition of 21 campuses in the state, of which the UM system campuses are charter members. Institutional members of the coalition agree to create a campus strategic plan focusing on health and safety concerns, facilitate annual evaluation-including the Missouri College Health Behavior Survey- create and maintain a campus/community based health and safety coalition of stakeholders, attend monthly meetings and trainings, and fulfill the requirements of the US Department of Educations safe and drug free schools requirements which include a biennial review and annual notification. Health and safety topics addressed through training, evaluation, and campus strategic planning include: high risk and underage alcohol use, mental health concerns and suicidal actions, tobacco use, gambling behavior, driving behavior and illegal and prescription drug use. Recently, we have begun to provide a forum for discussions among campuses related to Title II and Title IX compliance, although we do not provide specific services or training related to sexual assault or interpersonal violence. A total of $10,000 per campus is provided to each campus with a strategic plan on file with Partners in Prevention. The Missouri Health Behavior Survey, implemented on each campus each year, provides each campus with annual and trend data regarding campus alcohol, drug, and tobacco use, gambling behavior, driving behavior, sexual violence, and mental health. Partners in Prevention also administers the Missouri Ask Listen Refer and college Ask Listen Refer suicide prevention training program . Partners in Prevention also provides the Meeting of the Minds conference, which provides campus professionals and student peer educators with evidence-based training in health and safety topics, including mental health.

Office of Disability Services

Campus

All

RSVP Center (Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention)

Campus

All

Partners in Prevention statewide Campus coalition

All Students at University of Missouri, Missouri University of Science and Technology, University of Missouri St. Louis, and University of Missouri Kansas City campuses.

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Name of Service Campus/Community Students (U/G/ALL) Description of Services
Partners in Prevention is in Year 3 of two three-year grants with the US Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration and the Missouri Department of Mental Health to provide resources to campuses to address suicide on campus. Partners in Prevention is the coordinating body for the Missouri Counseling Center Directors Mental Health Advisory Group, made up of 8 directors of campus counseling centers in Missouri, including MU, UMSL, UMKC, and Missouri S&T. The two suicide prevention grants provide funding for training for campus professionals, as well as funding for campus-based training programs, such as Ask Listen Refer and QPR (Question Persuade Refer), and campus initiatives to address mental health. MU Women's Center MU LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer) Resource Center Department of Residential Life Campus Campus All All Students Brief crisis intervention and referral; some educational programming; campus and community resources (brochures, library, webpage, referral information) We provide crisis intervention and referral information

Campus

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The focus of policy, training and supervision in Residential Life related to mental health and sexual assault is to identify concerns, respond to concerns, provide information and access to resources and as appropriate enforce University and Residential Life policy. Training for student staff in the traditional residence halls on mental health and sexual assault is conducted by our colleagues in the Counseling Center, Wellness Resource Center and the Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center (RSVP). The student staff are provided basic and foundational information on common concerns and developmental issues for college students, behaviors that may indicate that a student has a mental health concern or may have been the victim of sexual assault. Training also includes skill development on building rapport, peer listening, engaging students in conversations about difficult topics and how to approach referring a student to other resources. Student staff are provided information about the many resources available on campus for students who may be experiencing mental health concerns or may have experienced a sexual assault. Policy knowledge and enforcement are also elements of the training that student staff are provided so they will have the knowledge to identify if information that comes out in their conversation with students indicate there may have been a violation.

Student Health Center- Mental Health Services

Campus

Residence Hall Coordinators and Area Coordinators have typically had significant experience in peer counseling and working with college students in addressing developmental and interpersonal concerns prior to entering these positions. They are also required to participate in the Mental Health First Aid workshop as soon as possible after starting their position. This training provides excellent skill development for identifying, responding and referring to appropriate resources for residents who may be experiencing mental health concerns or have experienced sexual violence. All students and to There has been less emphasis on mental health education but rather emphasis on information about resources through bulletin boards and printed students for one semester materials. For mental health crises we dont do prevention education, the focus is more on training the staff to notice and respond when a student after enrollment. may be having mental health concerns. All students and to Board-certified physicians and nurse practitioners provide non-emergent treatment for illnesses, injuries, ongoing health conditions, including students for one semester mental health issues, and routine health maintenance which may include testing for sexually transmitted infections and pregnancy. Students may after enrollment. be referred to Mental Health and Health Promotion/Wellness within the SHC or referred to specialists outside SHC when needed. Students typically are given same or next day appointments after telephone requests. Students select a provider which then serves as their primary care provider (PCP). Working with the PCP allows the student to establish a long-term relationship with a health professional who gets to know them and their medical history. All Staff and faculty, Individual counseling, training, and organizational consultation retiree benefit

Student Health Center- Medical Services

Campus

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Campus

MU MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES


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Name of Service
University of Missouri Police Department (MUPD)

Campus/Community
Campus/Community: All MUprovided services are available to enrolled graduate and undergraduate students, and outside community resources are available to all persons residing the Columbia/Boone County area.

Students (U/G/ALL)
All

Description of Services
MUPD provides outreach to the campus community through presentations and event-related interactions. To-date, 68% of the departments sworn service personnel are certified Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) officers, 73% of whom are assigned to positions that could potentially involve direct situational interaction or response with mental health consumers. The Mid-Missouri CIT program is continually adopting new policies and procedures to more effectively bridge the gap between street contact with consumers and professional mental health treatment, as well as trying to make the process of rendering these services as efficient as possible. The more educated MUPDs officers are, the more likely students will be referred to the appropriate resources. Also, the MU Counseling Center and MU Student Health Center send service information out to students in MU Info emails and other circulations, the readership of which is difficult to measure. MUPD, Residential Life staff, and program/department directors have typically been the first line of response in addressing and referring students for mental health related issues, and the vast majority of the time said student cases are filtered through MUPD for executive action. Outpatient psychological therapy Help callers in crisis situations re-establish equilibrium, develop a plan to work on their problem, and give out resources at the end of the call. The (CBT) Program includes a multi-disciplinary staff of mental health professionals. The program operates four evenings each week and includes dinner. Participants meet Monday through Thursday from 3-7 PM. The program offers brief, intensive outpatient therapy for individuals who wish to increase their coping strategies and stress management skills in dealing with acute stressors. Intensive treatment is also available for those dealing with long standing psychiatric disorders including mood disorders, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, chronic medical conditions and personality disorders. The CBT staff work as both therapists and teacher in a collaborative process with participants to help them identify and understand underlying belief systems and behavioral patterns that support their problems. During their participation, individuals learn a variety of coping tools such as problem solving, thought management, meditation, skills training and role playing. New Horizons is certified by the Missouri Department of Mental Health to provide the "Community Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (CPRP)." Program services include: Initial/Annual Evaluation and Treatment Plan: Each consumer has an initial and annual comprehensive evaluation to assess strengths and problems, and to guide treatment for the coming year. Medication Services: On-site psychiatrists provide assessments and prescribe medications if needed. Community support workers may assist with getting to appointments and communicating with psychiatrists and may help assure medications are picked up from the pharmacy, set up properly in medication planners, and taken as prescribed. Injectable medications are administered at some sites. Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services: Drop-in centers provide a place to feel accepted and respected while focusing on the ultimate goal of recovery. Structured and unstructured recreational, social, educational, and pre-vocational activities, as well as structured treatment groups, are offered. Co-Occurring Substance Abuse Treatment: New Horizons provides "Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment" (a SAMHSA evidence-based practice) for consumers who struggle with mental illness and addiction. Healthcare Home: Healthcare Home is a healthcare delivery approach that focuses on the whole person and provides healthcare coordination of primary care and behavioral healthcare. New Horizons is a place where individuals can come throughout their lifetime to have their healthcare needs identified and to receive the medical, behavioral and related social services and supports they need. Healthcare Home supports a recovery-focused model of care that encourages consumers to self-manage their chronic health conditions. Residential Services: New Horizons supports each consumer to live as independently as possible in the environment that offers the level of support they need.

Psychological Services Clinic Mid-Missouri Crisis Line Boone Hospital Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT) Program

Campus/ community Community Community

All All All

New Horizons Adult Psychiatric Services

Community

All

MU MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES


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Name of Service
Phoenix Programs, Inc.

Campus/Community
Community

Students (U/G/ALL)
All

Description of Services
Phoenix Programs is a not-for-profit agency located in Columbia, MO providing treatment for individuals and families with addictions. Phoenix Programs Inc is a treatment center in focuses on substance abuse services by providing substance abuse treatment and detoxification services. Services include: Outpatient Services Individual Counseling Couples and Family Education Intensive Outpatient Day Treatment Court Assisted and Transitional Ed. Programs Clinical Intervention Program (CIP)--part of Missouri SATOP Program Project APEX--for youth and young adults (12-20) Residential Services Primary Recovery Social Setting Detoxification Project Bridge MTC--Modified Theraputic Community, the type of therapy in residential Provides individual, couples, family and group counseling in the following areas: Depression, Stress and Anxiety, Addictions, Personal Growth and Development, Self-Esteem, Abuse and Trauma, End of Life Issues, Grief and Loss, Spiritual Issues, Adjustment Disorders, Sexual Dysfunction, Gender Identity Issues, Sexual Concerns, Family-of-Origin Issues, Recovering from Childhood Abuse, Interpersonal Relationship Issues, Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Issues. Provides professional therapy, treatment, community support and educational services in a physically and psychologically safe environment which enhances self-esteem in the following areas: Alcohol Treatment, Alcohol Abuse Prevention, Client Counseling, Community Specific Research, Drug Treatment, Drug Abuse Prevention. Provides confidential mental health, substance abuse and autism diagnostic and treatment services to children, adolescents, adults and families. Also, crisis, residential, home-based and outpatient services, including individual and group therapy, are available. Provides therapeutic services to individuals, couples, families and children in the following areas: Depression, Anxiety, Panic reactions and phobias, Relationship and interpersonal issues, Couples, Parenting and family Issues, Health concerns, Pain management, Eating and body image concerns, Grief and loss, Work and career issues, Stress management, Conflict resolution, Family of origin issues, Recovering from childhood abuse, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Trauma and abuse, Sexual identity issues, Spiritual issues, Stage of life issues.

Human Dynamics

Community

All

Family Counseling Center

Community

All

Burrell Behavioral Health

Community

All All

Center for Family and Individual Community Counseling

MU MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES


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Name of Service
Clinical Services/MU Counseling Center

Student Point of Contact


Students may call the Center during business hours for an appointment or, when in crisis, may walk in or may be accompanied to the Center by concerned persons. Counseling Center staff members are personally present and involved in campus programming and outreach activities, and students, faculty, staff and parents have direct access to them in those venues. Counseling Center informational and educational materials direct constituents to the Counseling Center phone number and to our electronic resources. Students and interested others are informed how to make an appointment with the counseling center and how they may utilize crisis or consultation services by calling or coming in to see the on-call counselor.

Point of Contact for Concerned Others


Any person concerned about a student may call or come into the Counseling Center Monday-Friday, 8 am to 5 pm to speak with an on-call counselor. All phone calls are answered in person by front office staff members, who in turn page the on-call counselor on duty. Interested individuals have direct access to staff in programming and outreach activities, and Counseling Center materials point to Center consultations services when anyone is concerned about a student.

Communicaiton of Services
How information is disseminated o The MU Counseling Center shares information about its services utilizing presentations and events throughout the year with parents, students, faculty and staff, including informational meetings, training events, tabling events with campus partners, a fall carnival sponsored by the Counseling Center and Eating Disorders Awareness Week in February. o Hard copy brochures, cards, other printed materials and promotional items are distributed at many events and trainings throughout the year to students, parents, faculty and staff as well as being available at all times at the Counseling Center o Electronic informational channels include the MU Counseling Center website, Facebook page, plasma

Cost
The Counseling Center budget is supported by the General Operating Budget of the University, by a portion of the Student Activity Fee and by the Student Affairs Parent Fund. There is no additional charge to students for Counseling Center services.

o Screen ads in the MU Student center, Mizzou Rec, Black Culture Center and the LGBTQ Resource Center and monthly articles in the Parent Newsletter prepared by the Parent Relations Office. o The MU Counseling Center welcomes media coverage and has had significant coverage in local as well as national media in recent years. How often o Materials are distributed at every presentation and training the Counseling Center conducts throughout the year and at every tabling event. Plasma screen ads in the Student Center and Mizzou Rec are available anytime the facilities are open, and the resources on the Counseling Center website and Facebook page are constantly available, including mental health screening.

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Name of Service Student Point of Contact Point of Contact for Concerned Others Communicaiton of Services
Targeted audience/communities: o The MU Counseling Center targets the larger student population as well as critical specific groups within the University who have access to students and can refer students in need, including faculty and staff. The Center also targets parents, through Summer Welcome and through the Parent Newsletter produced by Parent Relations in particular. How Often: o The Counseling Center is continually sharing information throughout the year with all constituencies about the availability of our services MU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics Any student-athlete can contact the psychologist confidentially via email or office telephone and request an appointment. Referrals also come from other individuals within the athletics department including coaching staff, team physicians, athletics department dietician, athletic trainers, academic coordinators, and mentors/tutors. Any student-athlete can contact the sports psychologist/interns confidentially via email or office telephone and request an appointment. Referrals also come from other individuals within the athletics department including coaching staff, team physicians, athletics department dietician, Peers, parents, family, coaches and other athletics department staff may contact the psychologist with concerns about a studentathlete. Peers, parents, family, coaches and other athletics department staff may contact the sports psychologist/interns with concerns about a student-athlete. An introductory email is sent to all student-athletes at the start of the academic year regarding the availability of the staff psychologist. In addition, these services are discussed at all team squad meetings conducted by the athletics compliance staff. All coaches and medical staff also are aware of these services and share the information with their teams. The entire athletics department staff was also advised of these services during a departmental full staff meeting. The sports psychologist services are discussed regularly at full staff and head coaches meetings and at team squad meetings. These staff persons may consult There is no charge to the studentathlete for services provided by the staff psychologist. Other care coordinated by athletics department staff is first charged to the students primary insurance. If not available, the athletics department will cover the cost of

Cost

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Name of Service
Office of Disability Services

Student Point of Contact


Any staff member or student employee could potentially be a point of contact Director, Access Advisors, Deaf Services Coordinator, Exam Coordinator, as well as Administrative Assistant or Office Support Associate, Graduate Assistant, student assistant

Point of Contact for Concerned Others


Peer, parents, family membesr, faculty or staff that are concerned for a student may contact the Director, Access Advisors or Deaf Services Coordinator, or Exam Coordinator. Support staff may very likely field calls/questions and of course will refer on, but need to know how to handle such calls/inquiries.

Communicaiton of Services
How information is disseminated Website:http://disabilityservices.missouri.e du, publications (brochure), outreach activities/events (tabling events such as Summer Welcome, Fall Welcome, offcampus transition fairs, by phone and in person one-on-one) How often Regular communication via website/publications. Annually via events such as Summer Welcome/Fall Welcome, transition fairs (e.g. in St. Louis, Chicago, Columbia) Targeted audience/communities All students, using a variety of methods: for example, incoming freshmen and transfer students receive materials/information about Disability Services and are encouraged, through the New Student Registration and Orientation process, to self-identify. Transition fairs specifically target students with disabilities who are at or nearing graduation from high school and considering college. Disability Services also engages in outreach to faculty and TAs through various means: Graduate Assistant Training and Orientation (GATO), faculty meetings, New Faculty Orientation, Celebration of Teaching, email communications to all teaching faculty (Mass Email).

Cost
There are no costs to students associated with the services/resources provided through Disability Services after student fees are paid

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Name of Service Student Point of Contact Point of Contact for Concerned Others
Undergraduate staff, graduate assistants, full-time Coordinator

Communicaiton of Services

Cost

RSVP Center Undergraduate staff, graduate assistants, (Relationship and Sexual full-time Coordinator Violence Prevention)

How information is disseminated: No cost (funded by Advertisement of services to students using student activity fee) the RSVP Center website, social media (Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, YouTube, Instagram), flyers, resource cards, MU Info, listserv e-mails, plasma screens, posters, banners, tabling events, presentations, Summer/Fall/Winter Welcome activities and word-of-mouth. How often: About 30-45 times each semester Targeted audience/communities: Students experiencing some type of powerbased personal violence (rape, sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, or other related issue)

Partners in Prevention statewide coalition

Students do not generally make contact with PIP. PIP works primarily with the Health Educators and outreach professionals on each campus, with which students could have contact. Partners in Prevention does have a website, http://pip.missouri.edu and a social media presence on Facebook and Twitter. Students could make contact through the Ask Listen Refer on-line training program.

Parents, family members, and faculty and staff (outside of the coalition members at each PIP campus) do not generally make contact with PIP. PIP works primarily with the Health Educators and outreach professionals on each campus, with which students could have contact. Partners in Prevention does have a website, http://pip.missouri.edu and a social media presence on Facebook and Twitter. Parents, family members, and faculty and staff could make contact through the Ask Listen Refer on-line training program.

How information is disseminated: PIP communicates with member campuses through monthly meetings, a membership listserve, website, Facebook and Twitter presence, and regular technical assistance phone calls and e-mails. How often: PIP meetings are held monthly except for in January, April, and July. Social media, website, social media and listserve communication is provided daily. Targeted audience/communities: Campuses who are members of Partners in Prevention. See http://pip.missouri.edu for a listing of campuses. Professionals who are members of PIP include health educators, counselors, prevention professionals, conduct officers, law enforcement professionals, and campusbased health professionals.

Partners in Prevention does not charge members for their membership, but some small costs are charged for training events. Ask Listen Refer is a free training program for all campuses in the State of Missouri. Campuses outside of the state of Missouri are charged fees for use of the program.

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Name of Service Student Point of Contact Point of Contact for Concerned Others Communicaiton of Services
The targeted groups for the SAMSHA suicide prevention grant are student veterans and LGBTQ students at Missouri campuses. MU Women's Center Students who come to the Womens Center Womens Center Director or Coordinator in crisis typically meet with the Womens Center Director, Coordinator or GA for crisis intervention and referral. Referrals are most frequently made to the MU Counseling Center. If students prefer resources off campus, the staff make the attempt to find appropriate resources in the community on a case by case basis. How information is disseminated: The Womens Center does not advertise itself in any way as providing mental health services, but if students do come to the Center, they are provided with immediate support (crisis intervention) and referral. We sometimes receive emails to the Womens Center email account asking for assistance with mental health issues. Those are responded to with appropriate support and referral information. How often: Perhaps 8-10 times/semester Targeted audience/communities: MU students, predominantly undergraduate women There is no charge for services besides a portion of the Student Activity Fee

Cost

MU LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Students can make contact with Bisexual, Transgender, Undergraduate staff, Social Work interns, Queer) Resource Center graduate assistant, full-time Coordinator

Undergraduate staff, Social Work interns, graduate assistant, full-time Coordinator

o How information is disseminated: If student is coming in in crisis, theyll meet with full-time Coordinator for crisis intervention and referral information; if Coordinator is not available, graduate assistant or Social Work interns will meet for crisis intervention and referral information; if only student staff are around, minimal crisis intervention occurs and referral information will be passed along o How often: About 20 times/semester o Targeted audience/communities: Sexual and gender minority communities/LGBTQIA communities (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Ally)

No cost (above and beyond student fees already paid with tuition)

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Name of Service
Department of Residential Life

Student Point of Contact


o Students may make contact with student staff (Community Advisors, Peer Advisors, Leadership Advisors) or professional staff (Residence Hall Coordinators, Area Coordinators) all of whom are familiar with campus resources.

Point of Contact for Concerned Others


o Students may make contact with student staff (Community Advisors, Peer Advisors, Leadership Advisors) or professional staff (Residence Hall Coordinators, Area Coordinators) all of whom are familiar with campus resources.

Communicaiton of Services
The student staff share information about their availability (and that of the RHC) to assist students with a wide variety of concerns at the community meetings at the beginning of each semester. All students are also provided a wallet card with the student staff on-call number as a means to contact someone in the event that they need assistance. There are boards in each community and near each desk letting anyone in the facility know how to make contact with the on-call student staff member. The primary audience is residents of the community. A parent newsletter is available for parents at move-in that has information about how to contact the Residence Hall Coordinator for their students hall in case they have questions or concerns.

Cost
There is no cost, other than what the student has already paid for their residence hall contract.

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Name of Service Student Point of Contact Point of Contact for Concerned Others Communicaiton of Services Cost

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Name of Service
Student Health CenterMental Health Services

Student Point of Contact


Patient service representatives at 573.882.1483 or 573.882.7481

Point of Contact for Concerned Others


Patient service representatives at 573.882.1483 or 573.882.7481 In addition, contact is made directly to a provider or the executive director by faculty and/or staff.

Communicaiton of Services
How information is disseminated: A variety of media outlets are used including the SHC website, brochures, Twitter, Facebook, Summer Welcome, MU Info, Graduate School and other orientations attended by invitation. How often: Social media regarding all Student Health Center services is used at least one time per day with information driving students back to the website for all services provided, including mental health. Targeted audience/communities: All MU students

Cost
Undergraduate students: 4 sessions of psychotherapy and 4 sessions of psychiatry per semester covered by the student health fee. Psychotherapy and psychiatry costs: $46.50 per session after 4th session (approximately half of community rates). Students covered by Aetna Student Health (University sponsored insurance plan) receive full reimbursement for these charges as SHC is preferred provider.

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Name of Service
Student Health CenterMedical Services

Student Point of Contact


During business hours, students call 573882-7481 and talk with a patient service representative to schedule appointments. A registered nurse is also available for advice. After hours, students may call the same number and have the option to leave a message (calls are returned the next business day) or may select an option to receive advice from a registered nurse. Advice given, based on stated symptoms, may include waiting for SHC to reopen, go to an urgent care facility, go to an emergency department or call 911. Student Health Center receives information from this after-hours service, with advice given to student, for follow up the next day.

Point of Contact for Concerned Others


Patient service representatives at 573.882.7481 In addition, contact is made directly to a provider or the executive director by faculty and/or staff.

Communicaiton of Services
How information is disseminated: A variety of media outlets are used including the SHC website, brochures, Twitter, Facebook, Summer Welcome, MU Info, Graduate School and other orientations attended by invitation. How often: Social media regarding all Student Health Center services is used at least one time per day with information driving students back to the website for all services provided, including mental health. Targeted audience/communities: All MU students

Cost
Students seen by the Student Health Center have paid a pre-paid health fee. This provides for unlimited consultations with primary care physicians and/or advanced practice nurses at no additional charge.

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

o (573) 882-6701 The Counseling Center, 119 Parker Hall, Columbia, MO

o (573) 882-6701 The Counseling Center, 119 Parker Hall, Columbia, MO

Communication of services o New Employee Orientation o HRS Website o Total Rewards Website o HRS Fall Training Conference EAP sessions

Free to employees/retirees and their family members

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Name of Service
University of Missouri Police Department (MUPD)

Student Point of Contact


Most commonly, student-related mental health concerns are initially shared with teachers, professors, residential life staff, friends, and sometimes with MUPD. The case is then typically passed up the chain of command through whichever medium it began (Residential Life, and academic program or department, etc.) and is eventually brought to the attention of MUPD. It is then MUPDs policy and fiduciary duty to attempt contact with and basic assessment of the student consumers mental health status, which is determined from a variety of different factors including living conditions/environment, personal demeanor/temperament, medications involved, injurious/suicidal attempts, and attestations of friends, roommates, and family. MUPD personnel will then make a decision, based on

Point of Contact for Concerned Others


Any of the proprietary MU services listed under 'student point of contact' are places that friends of potential student mental health consumers could go to address their concerns and request assistance or referral. Also, students should be informed that they can contact the MU Police Department (MUPD) and request consult with a Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) certified officer. CIT officers are equipped with specialized knowledge and assessment tools that help direct consumers to the

Communicaiton of Services
MUPD provides outreach to the campus community through presentations and event-related interactions. To-date, 68% of the departments sworn service personnel are certified Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) officers, 73% of whom are assigned to positions that could potentially involve direct situational interaction or response with mental health consumers. The MidMissouri CIT program is continually adopting new policies and procedures to more effectively bridge the gap between street contact with consumers and professional mental health treatment, as well as trying to make the process of rendering these services as efficient as possible. The more educated MUPDs officers are, the more likely students will be referred to the appropriate resources. Also,

Cost
CIT training has historically been a free training program for law enforcement personnel, however in 2013, as the trainings sponsorship was taken over by the Law Enforcement Training Institute (LETI), the trainings cost rose to $5.00 per trainee. There are no sustained costs of certification or administration of the CIT program, and the only costs incurred by the consumer are those associated with his or her health insurance coverage. For the MU Counseling Center and Student Health Center services, the only costs incurred by the student are those applicable beyond the scope of services covered by the students tuition fees. Any other potential costs

their knowledge, training, and experience, on whether the student would benefit from some type of psychological or psychiatric assistance, as well as whether the student should be court-ordered for evaluation or simply encouraged to pursue it voluntarily. In certain high-risk or high-profile situations, university administrative personnel (department heads, deans, vice chancellors, chancellor) could become involved in the assessment and decision making process.

the MU Counseling Center and MU Student Health Center send service information out to students in MU Info emails and other circulations, the readership of which is difficult to measure. MUPD, Residential Life staff, and program/department directors have typically been the first line of response in addressing and referring students for mental health related issues, and the vast majority of the time said student cases are filtered through MUPD for executive action.

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SERVICES
Name of Service Student Point of Contact Point of Contact for Concerned Others Communicaiton of Services Cost

Psychological Services Clinic

to the university would be additional administrative training on procedural improvements for medical and law enforcement staff, as well as perhaps some investment in publicizing the existence and purpose of the CIT program in campus and regional periodicals to help make the public aware of the program and specialized training officers are receiving as well as the partnership that has formed between law enforcement and mental health providers. PSC main line 882-4677 (receptionist will PSC main line 882-4677 (receptionist will How information is disseminated: Client intake $200, take basic info and person will be contacted take basic info and person will be contacted website, white and yellow page listings therapy 60 min by Assistant Director to discuss fit between by Assistant Director; note that Asst How often: standing info $160, therapy 45 client needs and PSC services, with intake Director can provide general information to Targeted audience/communities general min $125. Generous or referral as appropriate) individuals besides client or legal guardian, public fee assistance but only client or guardian can set available. up/consent to treatment) (573) 445-5035 / (888) 761-4357 (Voice/TTY) (573) 445-5035 / (888) 761-4357 (Voice/TTY) No official website but can be found here: http://www.monewhorizons.com/crisis.php No cost

Mid-Missouri Crisis Line

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SERVICES
Name of Service Student Point of Contact Point of Contact for Concerned Others Communicaiton of Services Cost

Boone Hospital Cognitive Information on Boone Hospital Centers Behavioral Treatment Cognitive Behavioral Treatment Program or (CBT) Program to make an appointment or referral, call 573.815.3620 or 573.815.3740

For more information on Boone Hospital No official website, but information can be Cost varies on Centers Cognitive Behavioral Treatment found here: health insurance Program or to make an appointment or http://www.boone.org/cognitive provider referral, call 573.815.3620 or 573.815.3740

New Horizons Adult Psychiatric Services

Website: http://www.monewhorizons.com/index.php?page_id=13 Address: 1408 Hathman Place Columbia, MO 65201 Phone: (573) 443-0405

Website: http://www.monewhorizons.com/index.php?page_id=13 Address: 1408 Hathman Place Columbia, MO 65201 Phone: (573) 443-0405

Website: http://www.monewhorizons.com/index.php?page_id=13

Cost varies on health insurance provider

Phoenix Programs, Inc.

Website: phoenixprogramsinc.org Address: 90 East Leslie Lane Columbia, Missouri 65202 Phone: (573) 875-8880

Website: phoenixprogramsinc.org Address: 90 East Leslie Lane Columbia, Missouri 65202 Phone: (573) 875-8880

Website: phoenixprogramsinc.org

Phoenix Programs Inc offers sliding fee scale and facility payment assistance to help cover the cost of treatment. Payment forms including self payment, medicaid, private health insurance, and access to recovery are accepted.

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SERVICES
Name of Service
Human Dynamics

Student Point of Contact


(573) 446-6290

Point of Contact for Concerned Others


(573) 446-6290

Communicaiton of Services
http://www.humandynamicsinc.net/

Cost

Family Counseling Center (573) 443-2204 / (573) 449-2581 Burrell Behavioral Health Adult clinic: (573) 777-7500, Child and Adolescent Clinic: (573) 777-8330, Berrywood Outpatient Clinic: (573) 7778300, Administration: (573) 777-8450 Center for Family and (573) 446-5034 Individual Counseling

(573) 443-2204 / (573) 449-2581 Adult clinic: (573) 777-7500, Child and Adolescent Clinic: (573) 777-8330, Berrywood Outpatient Clinic: (573) 7778300, Administration: (573) 777-8450 (573) 446-5034

Rates vary. Check with your therapist when scheduling your initial appointment. http://www.compasshealthhome.org/famil Sliding scale y-counseling-center http://www.burrellcenter.com/ Rates vary

http://www.cfictherapy.com/

Each therapist sets his or her rates. However, the most common rate is $130 for the initial appointment and $100 for each session (45-50 minutes) after the first appointment.

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Unit Interaction/Collaboration
The Counseling Center is intentional in partnering with other campus units as indicated to provide the best possible support for students to obtain the mental health assistance they need and to build sold collaborative efforts toward early intervention, prevention, and building resilience. The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs related to overall operations, student referrals and the University At Risk Committee Student Health in the referral of students to them for medical and psychiatric evaluation and medication management. The Counseling Center trains Residential Life staff related to mental health and receives their referrals of students for counseling and works with them in the mutual support of students. Other partner departments, including Greek Life, RSVP Office, Womens Center, LGBTQ Resource Center, Wellness Resource Center, Assessment and Consultations Clinic, International Center, Black Culture Center, Multicultural Center, Religious Affiliates, Veterans Center, Disability Center, Student Success Center including Academic Retention Services, and Student Legal Services refer students to the Counseling Center, and we also refer students to these services as needed. The Office Disability Services in supervising a Clinical Graduate Assistant hired by the DC to specifically provide counseling for students with disabilities. Fall Carnival The Counseling Center is the lead organization in pulling together this annual event

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the second week of fall term to promote positive mental health and acquaint students with campus resources where they can become involved to support their well-being as well as where they can go for support. This event has involved 18 campus groups, to encourage mental health and reduce stigma related to utilization of various programs and supports. Every component in the carnival is designed to teach a coping skill that helps build resilience and shows students that everyday activities can also help them cope with challenges. Eating Disorders Awareness Week The Counseling Center is the lead in this effort in February to draw attention to eating disorders, highlight the need for intervention, and encourage the utilization of services and support. A wide range of activities, coordinated with campus partners, heighten this awareness.

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School of Journalism Professional Health Project The Counseling Center is engaged in an ongoing consultation project with the School of Journalism focused initially on identifying student mental health needs and promoting resilience as well as training of faculty and staff in how to intervene (Mental Health First Aid), focusing on early intervention.

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Womens Center, Wellness Resource Center, Student Legal Services, Office of Student Conduct, Residential Life, Greek Life, Counseling Center, Student Health Center, Intercollegiate Athletics, MUPD, CPD, University Hospital SANE program, and True North

Partners in Prevention collaborates with multiple state agencies and campus units, depending on the technical assistance or project. Ask Listen Refer and Missouri Ask Listen refer was a collaborative project with the University of Central Missouri counseling center and the Missouri Department of Mental Health.

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The Womens Center has strong ties and a positive collaborative relationship with the Counseling Center and the mental health services at the Student Health Center. When students come to the Womens Center in crisis regarding a mental health issue, Womens Center staff usually contact the MU Counseling Center, and then walk the student over to the Counseling Center for the crisis services provided there. If the situation is not a crisis, then students are referred to the Counseling Center to schedule an appointment.

Strong collaborative ties to the Counseling Center

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Unit Interaction/Collaboration
Counseling Center Student Health Community Health Providers Family Counseling Center MUPC MUPD CIT Training Office of Disability Services (mental health) True North Academic Advisors Faith Communities some have professional practitioners on staff Mental Health First Aid Training by Counseling Center On-campus pharmacy the women that work there are delightful and work well with students (mental health) LGBTQ Resource Center TREVOR Project Hotline Ask, Listen, Refer Wellbeing checks by Residential Life Staff, MUPD

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Unit Interaction/Collaboration
Residential Life Staff peer counseling and support Active Minds student organization focused on mental health QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) Training RSVP Center (sexual assault) Womens Center (sexual assault) Emergency room SANE Nurses (sexual assault) Office of Student Conduct Columbia Police Department DOVE Unit (sexual assault) Boone County Sherriff Department DOVE (sexual assault) Missouri Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Violence (sexual assault) Suicide prevention hotline (mental health) National Sexual Assault Hotline Rainbow House for minors (sexual assault) Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) offered by MUPD Vagina Monologues educates and empowers women

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Unit Interaction/Collaboration
Collaboration with other units includes: Medical Services and Health Promotion in SHC MU Hospital Emergency Department MU Psychiatric Center MU Psychological Services Clinic MU Counseling Center MU Assessment and Consultation Clinic Wellness Center, Womens Center, LGBTQ Resource Center, Office for Students with Disabilities Private practitioners in community (Human Dynamics, Center for Family and Individual Counseling, Family Counseling Center, Burrell Behavioral Health, Boone Hospital IOPCBT group)

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Mental Health and Health Promotion in SHC MU Hospital Emergency Department MU Psychiatric Center MU Psychological Services Clinic MU Counseling Center MU Assessment and Consultation Clinic Wellness Center, Womens Center, LGBTQ Resource Center, Office for Students with Disabilities

Collaboration with MUPD, EAP and others as appropriate

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There is constant collaboration between law enforcement agencies regarding consumers, especially students (being the population most likely to have reason to come into contact with all three major law enforcement agencies in Boone County), with regard to public and officer safety, efficient utilization of resources, and documentation of interaction. Information on frequent consumer contacts with mental health providers and law enforcement agencies is also discussed within the MidMissouri CIT Executive Council, and the status of which is extremely confidential. Also, consumer contacts involving students are also reported to the MU At-Risk Student Committee for tracking, further follow-up, and procedural improvement.

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All client info is confidential unless released by client. Happy to work collaboratively with other individuals involved in clients care with appropriate releases.

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Individually identifiable information about a patient's past, present, or future health or condition, the provision of health care to clients, or payment for the health care, is considered "Protected Health Information" (PHI). Boone Hospital extends certain protections to patients' PHI, and to give patients Notice about our privacy practices that explains how, when and why Boone may use or disclose your PHI. Except, in specified circumstances, Boone must use or disclose only the minimum necessary PHI to accomplish the intended purpose of the use or disclosure. Individually identifiable information about Client's past, present, or future health or condition, the provision of health care to clients, or payment for the health care, is considered "Protected Health Information" (PHI). New Horizons extends certain protections to Clients' PHI, and to give clients Notice about our privacy practices that explains how, when and why New Horizons may use or disclose your PHI. Except, in specified circumstances, we must use or disclose only the minimum necessary PHI to accomplish the intended purpose of the use or disclosure.

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SERVICES
Name of Service
Clinical Services/MU Counseling Center

Campus/Community
Campus All

Students (U/G/ALL)

Description of Services
Confidential Campus Resource that serves all students affected. - The Counseling Center has been committed to providing quality clinical treatment for sexual assault survivors as well as promoting advocacy for survivors for over two decades. The Center has intentionally hired five licensed clinical staff members who specialize in the treatment of trauma and sexual assault and offers a Trauma Support Group. Counseling Center staff members frequently serve sexual assault survivors through the crisis walk-in system as point of initial contact. The Center also dedicates resources of one of its psychological interns focus areas to the Social Justice group within Student Life, which frequently includes the Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention (RSVP) center. The Counseling Center also provides significant outreach and prevention support for events associated with education and prevention of sexual assault and other interpersonal violence. The focus of policy, training and supervision in Residential Life related to mental health and sexual assault is to identify concerns, respond to concerns, provide information and access to resources and as appropriate enforce University and Residential Life policy. Training for student staff in the traditional residence halls on mental health and sexual assault is conducted by our colleagues in the Counseling Center, Wellness Resource Center and the Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center (RSVP). The student staff are provided basic and foundational information on common concerns and developmental issues for college students, behaviors that may indicate that a student has a mental health concern or may have been the victim of sexual assault. Training also includes skill development on building rapport, peer listening, engaging students in conversations about difficult topics and how to approach referring a student to other resources. Student staff are provided information about the many resources available on campus for students who may be experiencing mental health concerns or may have experienced a sexual assault. Policy knowledge and enforcement are also elements of the training that student staff are provided so they will have the knowledge to identify if information that comes out in their conversation with students indicate there may have been a violation. Residence Hall Coordinators and Area Coordinators have typically had significant experience in peer counseling and working with college students in addressing developmental and interpersonal concerns prior to entering these positions. They are also required to participate in the Mental Health First Aid workshop as soon as possible after starting their position. This training provides excellent skill development for identifying, responding and referring to appropriate resources for residents who may be experiencing mental health concerns or have experienced sexual violence. Training and supervision of all residential life staff requires staff to inform their supervisor if they become aware of any issue of a serious nature and specifically includes sexual and other physical assaults, any student who is indicating that they are having suicidal or other thoughts of self-harm. The supervisory staff provide support and guidance to the staff member with the focus being on referring students to appropriate resources. Determination of actions to take in individual cases is typically made in consultation with appropriate professional colleagues from the Counseling Center, RSVP, Student Health and University Police. In the event that a student who is the survivor of sexual assault would feel safer in another location within the Residential Life system a staff member will work with them on identifying what is available and what their preferences are. Often the communication about this request comes from the student to their RHC who then works with the appropriate staff in the department to facilitate an appropriate move. Other times the request comes from the RSVP Center (or other resource who may be working with the student) to the Assistant Director for Administration or the Associate Director for Residential Academic Programs. Sexual assault prevention information in the residence halls focuses on education through bulletin boards, printed materials, encouraging attendance at educational experience on campus. Response to sexual assault is coordinated through the supervisory chain from whomever the student reaches out to and then they are offered options (talking with a professional who can provide support, health care, forensic evidence collection, counseling, conduct process or criminal process).

Department of Residential Campus Life

All

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SERVICES
Name of Service
MU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics

Campus/Community
Campus

Students (U/G/ALL)
All Student Athletes

Description of Services
All staff and student-athletes are instructed to report any knowledge of a sexual assault or alleged sexual assault to their superiors/coaches as well as encouraged to also report to law enforcement. This information has been provided in full staff, senior staff and head coaches meetings, team squad meetings and via email. Coaches provide similar information directly to their teams. Any student-athlete reporting they have been sexually assaulted is provided with information regarding medical care, counseling services, the MU Equity Office, reporting to law enforcement and the student conduct process. Women for Women (W4W)/Men for Men (M4M): These gender-specific educational programs are focused on individual responsibility and collective expectations. Now in year four, programs are built around themes of Respect, Responsibility, Discovery and Excellence. Staff members facilitate the programs incorporating student leaders, and encouraging an interactive exchange. A sample of past programs have included discussions of body image, relationship violence, departmental pregnancy policy, bystander intervention, a personal story of sexual assault shared by a female staff member, as well as a recent open forum regarding the recent Sasha Menu Courey story. Regular messaging is provided to student-athletes regarding expectations for student-athlete relationships men/men, women/women, women/men, Reporting of sexual assault is provided by athletics director and sport administrators during team squad meetings and email communications, as well as to the entire department via full staff meetings, senior management team meetings, head coaches meetings and email communications. The athletics departments core values of academic integrity, social responsibility and competitive excellence are explained to recruits and discussed at squad meetings as well. Past programming has included Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) for student-athletes and outreach from the Shelter (now True North) for staff. Campus activities regarding sexual assault and violence prevention awareness are shared with studentathletes and staff, and participation is encouraged (Denim Day, Safe Space training, etc.). Presentations have been made to student-athletes by MUPD regarding violations of the law and potential resulting consequences, including the crime of sexual assault and the role that alcohol abuse can play in this crime. Crisis intervention, basic case management, advocacy services and referral information Spring 2014 only: A Social Work graduate student is providing Social Work Services for Trauma and Recovery with supervision If a student walks in in crisis, they will meet with one of the graduate assistants or the Coordinator for crisis intervention, supportive conversation and referral information. If desired by student, basic case management and advocacy services will be provided by the Coordinator. If none of those individuals are available, student staff will refer to the most appropriate resource. Individuals who call the RSVP Center will be given the opportunity to make an appointment with the Coordinator or referred to the most appropriate resource. Referral resources are also available on our website and in written form in the RSVP Center. Staff members also utilize social media to alert students of the services available at MU Brief crisis intervention and referral; some educational materials in the library We provide crisis intervention and referral information

RSVP Center (Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention)

Campus

All

MU Women's Center Campus MU LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Campus Bisexual, Transgender, Queer) Resource Center Campus (and elsewhere) Military Science Dept Sexual Harassment/ Assualt Response and Prevention (SHARP) Program

All students All Students

All ROTC students

Intensive prevention and bystander intervention training

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SERVICES
Name of Service
MU Equity Office

Campus/Community
Campus

Students (U/G/ALL)
All students, faculty and staff

Description of Services
Non-Confidential Reporting Station. The MU Equity Office works with MU faculty, staff, and students who believe they may have been subjected to unfair or inequitable treatment for any reason. o The office provides assistance on institutional matters of equity and compliance. Faculty, students and staff are encouraged to visit the Equity Office in order to provide in-person reports of any instances of sexual harassment and sexual violence on campus. However, reports made to the Equity Office are not confidential and may be subject to investigation. The Office also responds to reports of sexual harassment and sexual violence submitted by members of campus using the Bias Incident Reporting System. A bias incident is an act of intolerance which is committed against any person, group or property and which discriminates, stereotypes, harasses or excludes anyone based on a multitude of factors including gender. This system allows any member of campus to complete and submit a Bias Incident Form (anonymously or with identifying information) if they witness or experience a bias incident that has occurred within the MU community. Similar to in-person reports, bias incident reports are not confidential and may be subject to investigation by the Equity Office. Referral Service a. The MU Equity Office also provides assistance in referring survivors of sexual harassment and sexual violence to various service providers on campus including: Disability Services, Student Mental Health, the Student Counseling Center, The Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center and the LGBTQ Resource Center b. The MU Equity Office also follows up with clients who are referred to find out if the clients needs were met or if the client requires additional resources and/or information. c. Information regarding other campus resources is available online in the Get Help matrix: http://diversity.missouri.edu/help/matrix.php Training Upon Request a. The Equity Office provides sexual harassment prevention training for faculty, staff and students. Training includes topics such as: What should a faculty member do when a student confides that s/hes been sexually harassed? What are the limits of academic freedom? When is a consensual relationshipnot? Humorous skits form the basis for group discussion on these and other topics regarding faculty responsibility as it impacts students and co-workers. Tracking Agency a. The Equity Office tracks reports of sexual harassment and sexual violence that are reported by faculty, students and staff; including, reports of sexual harassment and sexual violence that are made using the Bias Incident Reporting System. b. Bias incident Reporting Forms are available here: http://equity.missouri.edu/bias-reporting/

USART (University Sexual and Relationship Violence Response Team Family Violence Clinic

Campus/Community

All students

USART provides an opportunity for a broad range of individuals who may be involved in providing services to survivors of sexual and relationship violence and stalking to meet monthly to discuss processes, policies and procedures. Additionally, part of the meeting is reserved for smaller discussions by individuals who need to make contact regarding specific situations. Rule 13 certified law students represent all undergraduate and graduate students in obtaining civil protective orders for sexual assaults or domestic violence and in developing individualized action plans

Campus/Community

All

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SERVICES
Name of Service Campus/Community
All

Students (U/G/ALL)

Description of Services
When MUPD officers are investigating a sexual assault, MUPD officers refer survivors to a number of different resources. Below is a list of some of the organizations that MUPD officers refer to survivors along with a web page listing each organizations resources: 1. RSVP Center resources: http://rsvp.missouri.edu/get-help/rsvp-center-resources/ 2. Womens Center resources: http://womenscenter.missouri.edu/resources 3. True North: http://truenorthofcolumbia.org/services/ 4. Counseling Center: http://counseling.missouri.edu/student-services/index.php 5. University Hospitals S.A.N.E. (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) Clinic 6. Provide information on how the survivor can apply for an Ex Parte (temporary order of protection) Additional available resources: 7. Boone County Prosecutors Office Victims Services: https://www.showmeboone.com/pa/victimservices.asp 8. Missouri Department of Public Safetys Crime Victim Services Unit: http://www.dps.mo.gov/dir/programs/cvsu/ Survivors who are dealing with a past assault or an assault from another jurisdiction can also contact most of the above resources to help deal with the traumatic effects of that assault. Additionally MUPD officers the following free courses (http://mupolice.missouri.edu/cp ): 1. Basic R.A.D. (Rape Aggression Defense) Self Defense 2. Advanced R.A.D. 3. Combined Aerosol/Keychain Defense (R.A.D.) 4. Personal Safety/Campus Safety Clery also requires a place where crimes can be reported anonymously by the victims, and there is currently no designated resource for that anonymous reporting 1) Emergency Shelter: Safe shelter available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 265 days of the year to victims and their minor children of domestic and sexual violence fleeing abusive situations. 2) Domestic/Sexual Violence Education: Individual sessions about the nature and dynamics of domestic or sexual violence including crisis intervention, safety planning and advocacy services. 3) Outreach: Community education and awareness for audiences of all ages. 4) Hotline: Referral information, emotional support and safety planning; Toll Free in Missouri available 24 hours a day 7 days a week, 365 days of the year. 5) Domestic Violence Enforcement Unit (DOVE) Advocacy: Columbias coordianted community response to domestic violence, including Columbia Police Department, Boone County Sheriffs Department, Boone County Prosecuting Attorneys Office and Probation and Parole. 6) Court Advocacy: Non-legal information, referral services, support through civil and some criminal procedures for victims of domestic and sexual violence. 7) Hospital Advocacy: Support for Victims of domestic or sexual violence in local area emergency rooms through advocacy, crisis intervention, emotional support and information about community resources. 8) Counseling: Individual counseling sessions for meeting client goals in trauma recovery including post traumatic stress disorder. 9) Support Groups: Weekly sessions offering group support and recording from relationship and sexual violence. 10) Case Management. 11) Life Skills. 12) Children's Programs.

University of Missouri Campus/Community Police Department (MUPD)

True North Shelter

Community

All (but residential services are for women and children)

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SERVICES
Name of Service
Columbia Police Department

Campus/Community
Community All

Students (U/G/ALL)

Description of Services
DOVE Unit: 1) Investigates domestic violence incidents in Columbia and Boone County, 2) assists the prosecuting attorney's office in prosecuting the offenders, 3) aids victims in obtaining restraining orders, 4) assists with the arrest of offenders based on active warrants, 5) assists victims, 6) coordinates with other agencies, 7) trains officers in and around Boone County, and 8) promotes community education. Victim Response Team: provides emotional support, legal and judicial explanation, and referral to the proper local agencies for crime victims and their families. Advocacy: To assist crime victims and witnesses through the criminal justice system. 1) Composing victim impact statements. 2) Providing emotional support for victims and their families. 3) Informing victims of their rights under the Victims' Rights Law. 4) Keeping the victim aware of case status. 5) Providing information on court procedures. 6) Providing escort to court proceedings. 7) Its child advocacy program. 8) Providing a secure witness waiting room. 9) Restitution determination and filing with the court. 10) Assisting with Crime Victims' Compensation Applications. 1) Maintaining complete and accurate records of the court; collecting, accounting for and disbursing all monies paid into the court; and performing other duties, as necessary, to assist the court in performing its duties. 2) Receive, process, and maintain the judgments, rules, orders and all other proceedings of the court. 3) Issue process: summons, subpoenas, executions, garnishments, sequestrations, judgments, orders, and commitments. 4) Collect and disburse all fines and costs. 5) Collect and disburse other monies paid into court as ordered by the court. 6) Preserve the court seal and other property of the office. 7) Provide uniform case reporting. 8) Enter all case records into state system for child support collection. 1) Crisis intervention, advocacy, and case management for Deaf and Hard of Hearing victims of crime. 2) Free outpatient counseling for Deaf and Hard of Hearing victims and their families (including children). 3) Advocacy and collaboration with shelters and agencies to assist in providing direct services to Deaf victims. 4) Community collaboration with victim service providers to culturally and linguistically appropriate services for deaf individuals. 5) Crisis intervention to Deaf victims of domestic violence from skilled victim and court advocates. 6) A toll-free, 24-hour crisis hotline for Deaf victims of crimes to call for assistance. 7) This number is also for shelters, agencies, law enforcement and circuit courts to call for assistance with all Deaf and Hard of Hearing clients. 8) Outpatient counseling for all Deaf victims of crimes and their families (this includes children). 9) Advocacy for shelters and agencies when they need support in their communities.

Boone County Prosecutor's Community Office

All

Boone County Circuit Clerk's Office

Community

All

LEAD Institute

Community

All (but for deaf and hard of hearing)

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SERVICES
Name of Service
Clinical Services/MU Counseling Center

Point of Contact for Concerned Student Point of Contact Others


Students may call the Center during business hours for an appointment or, when in a crisis, may walk in or be walked over by concerned persons. Any person concerned about a student may call or come into the Counseling Center Monday-Friday, 8 am to 5 pm to speak with an oncall counselor. All phone calls are immediately answered in person by front office staff members, who in turn page the on-call counselor on duty.

Communicaiton of Services
How information is disseminated: The Counseling Center shares information about sexual assault services within its larger efforts in marketing its services through presentations, printed materials and electronic resources. How often: Services are marketed throughout the year in the same variety of settings as the general information about the Counseling Center is shared. Targeted audience/communities: Services are targeted to the general student population and to faculty, staff and parents.

Cost
The Counseling Center budget is supported by the General Operating Budget of the University, by a portion of the Student Activity Fee and by the Student Affairs Parent Fund. There is no additional charge to students for Counseling Center services.

Unit Interaction/Collaboration
The Counseling Center works closely with the RSVP center, the Womens Center, LGBTQ Center, Student Health, the University Sexual Assault Response Team and others to support sexual assault survivors and to encourage and refer survivors to seek counseling assistance as well as medical and police assistance.

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SERVICES
Name of Service
Department of Residential Life

Point of Contact for Concerned Student Point of Contact Others


Students may make contact with student staff (Community Advisors, Peer Advisors, Leadership Advisors) or professional staff (Residence Hall Coordinators, Area Coordinators) all of whom are familiar with campus resources. Students may make contact with student staff (Community Advisors, Peer Advisors, Leadership Advisors) or professional staff (Residence Hall Coordinators, Area Coordinators) all of whom are familiar with campus resources.

Communicaiton of Services

Cost

Unit Interaction/Collaboration
Counseling Center Student Health Community Health Providers Family Counseling Center MUPC MUPD CIT Training Office of Disability Services (mental health) True North Academic Advisors Faith Communities some have professional practitioners on staff Mental Health First Aid Training by Counseling Center On-campus pharmacy the women that work there are delightful and work well with students (mental health) LGBTQ Resource Center TREVOR Project Hotline Ask, Listen, Refer Wellbeing checks by Residential Life Staff, MUPD Residential Life Staff peer counseling and support Active Minds student organization focused on mental health QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) Training RSVP Center (sexual assault) Womens Center (sexual assault) Emergency room SANE Nurses (sexual assault) Office of Student Conduct Columbia Police Department DOVE Unit (sexual

The student staff share information There is no cost, other than what about their availability (and that of the student has already paid for the RHC) to assist students with a their residence hall contract. wide variety of concerns at the community meetings at the beginning of each semester. All students are also provided a wallet card with the student staff on-call number as a means to contact someone in the event that they need assistance. There are boards in each community and near each desk letting anyone in the facility know how to make contact with the oncall student staff member. The primary audience is residents of the community. A parent newsletter is available for parents at move-in that has information about how to contact the Residence Hall Coordinator for their students hall in case they have questions or concerns.

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SERVICES
Name of Service
MU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics

Point of Contact for Concerned Student Point of Contact Others


Student-athletes are encouraged to tell their coach, athletic trainer, academic advisor, sport administrator or other trusted person about any allegation of sexual assault. Any teammate, family member, coach or other staff member may contact the head coach, athletic trainer, academic advisor, sport administrator or other trusted person about any allegation of sexual assault.

Communicaiton of Services
All staff and student-athletes are instructed to report any knowledge of a sexual assault or alleged sexual assault to their superiors/coaches as well as encouraged to also report to law enforcement. In addition, should a staff member have knowledge of a sexual assault (or other applicable crime) that has not been reported to law enforcement, they are to share that information with their supervisor when requests pursuant to the Clery Act are made. This information has been provided in full staff, senior staff and head coaches meetings, team squad meetings and via email.

Cost
Costs vary depending on the provider i.e. healthcare may require student to pay costs, but RSVP center is covered by student's fees

Unit Interaction/Collaboration
Referrals are made and use of same encouraged to the staff clinical psychologist, the RSVP Center, the StudentHealth Center, the Counseling Center, University Hospitals and Clinics or other medical care providers, the MU Equity Office, MUPD or CPD as appropriate, and the Office of Student Conduct. An athletics department executive staff member serves on the University Sexual Assault Response Team, and, along with another senior staff member and on occasion graduate student assistants from the Total Person Program, the MU Council on Violence Against Women.

RSVP Center (Relationship Undergraduate staff, Undergraduate staff, graduate and Sexual Violence graduate assistants, full-time assistants, full-time Coordinator Prevention) Coordinator

How information is disseminated: No cost (funded by student How often: About 20-30 times activity fee) each semester Targeted audience/communities: Students who have experienced sexual assault, as well as their friends/family members who may be concerned

Womens Center, Wellness Resource Center, Student Legal Services, Office of Student Conduct, Residential Life, Greek Life, Counseling Center, Student Health Center, Intercollegiate Athletics, MUPD, CPD, University Hospital SANE program, and True North

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SERVICES
Name of Service
MU Women's Center

Point of Contact for Concerned Student Point of Contact Others


Students who come to the Womens Center Director or Womens Center seeking Coordinator assistance regarding a sexual assault would typically be walked down the hall to the RSVP Center if appropriate staff were available there, or to the Counseling Center if RSVP Center staff are not available. In some situations, students might meet with the Womens Center Director, Coordinator or GA for brief crisis intervention or referral, but in most cases, they are referred immediately to the RSVP Center.

Communicaiton of Services

Cost

Unit Interaction/Collaboration
The Womens Center has a strong collaborative/cooperative relationship with the RSVP Center, Counseling Center, Student Health Center, MUPD, True North, and other service providers.

How information is disseminated: There is no charge for services The Womens Center does not besides a portion of the Student advertise itself in any way as Activity Fee providing services for survivors of sexual assault and other forms of sexual and relationship violence. However, because of the very name of the Center, survivors or concerned friends do sometimes present there first. When that happens, staff make every attempt to connect the survivor with the appropriate service, which most usually means contacting the RSVP Center or Counseling Center, and then walking the student to either of those offices. How often: Because of the physical proximity to the RSVP Center, students most generally go there first. There may be 4-5 students a semester who begin their search for assistance with the effects of sexual assault at the Womens Center.

Targeted audience/communities: MU students, predominantly undergraduate women

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Name of Service Point of Contact for Concerned Student Point of Contact Others Communicaiton of Services Cost Unit Interaction/Collaboration
Strong collaborative ties to the Counseling Center and RSVP (Relationship & Sexual Violence Prevention) Center

MU LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Students can make contact Undergraduate staff, Social Work Bisexual, Transgender, with Undergraduate staff, interns, graduate assistant, fullQueer) Resource Center Social Work interns, graduate time Coordinator assistant, full-time Coordinator

How information is disseminated: No cost (above and beyond If student is coming in in crisis, student fees already paid with theyll meet with full-time tuition) Coordinator for crisis intervention and referral information; if Coordinator is not available, graduate assistant or Social Work interns will meet for crisis intervention and referral information; if only student staff are around, minimal crisis intervention occurs and referral information will be passed along How often: Around 3 5 times/semester Targeted audience/communities: Sexual and gender minority communities/LGBTQIA communities (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Ally)

Military Science Dept Sexual Harassment/ Assualt Response and Prevention (SHARP) Program MU Equity Office

Commanding officer, if feels comfortable

Commanding officer

Monthly training

No Cost

RSVP,

Noel English, Director of MU Equity/Title IX Coordinator The University of Missouri Columbias Title IX Coordinator

Noel English, Director of MU Equity/Title IX Coordinator The University of Missouri Columbias Title IX Coordinator

Information regarding the Equity No Cost Office is available online and through marketing tables set up at various campus activities and campus resource fairs. Additionally, office staff is available to give presentations regarding the function, responsibilities and structure of the Equity Office.

The MU Equity Office collaborates with other campus resources such as RSVP, the Counseling Center, Disability Services, MUPD, Student Conduct, MU Human Resources, Office of the Provost, and other campus resources as needed and appropriate.

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Name of Service Point of Contact for Concerned Student Point of Contact Others
Concerned individuals do not often contact USART, as they group provides no direct services. Members of the group bring issues that have been raised to the meetings for the group to discuss.

Communicaiton of Services
o How information is disseminated: No Cost No direct service provided o Targeted audience/communities: Service providers/points of contact for survivors

Cost

Unit Interaction/Collaboration
USART itself is actually a collaborative entity comprised of representation from the following: RSVP Center, Womens Center, Wellness Resource Center, Student Legal Services, Office of Student Conduct, Residential Life, Greek Life, Counseling Center, Student Health Center, Intercollegiate Athletics, MUPD, CPD, University Hospital SANE program, and True North. The Clinic collaborates with court clerks, shelters, Victim of Crime Act Offices, & prosecution offices

USART (University Sexual Students do not contact and Relationship Violence USART, as the group provides Response Team no direct services. Members of the group bring issues that have been raised to the meeting for the group to discuss. Family Violence Clinic Law School Clinic (573)8829728 or toll free at 800-2708511

Law School Clinic (573)882-9728 or Informal and occaisional Free to those who qualify as toll free at 800-270-8511 communications of services to indigenous campus. Serves 35+ Missouri counties, local community, students All of the above resources are available for students who suspect that their peer may need help. MUPD officers pass along information to Major Schwandt for consideration by the Student AtRisk Committee. There is also a place on MUPDs website where someone can enter information as a Silent-Witness. In most sexual assaults the survivor tells a friend or family member first. Their friend/family members reaction/response can have a very positive affect or negative affect on the likelihood that the survivor will tell other people and /or report the incident to authorities. The survivor can begin by telling any number of people a partial list of initial contact would be: Police dispatcher, police officer, counselor, peer advisor, RSVP employee, Womens Center employee, student staff at RSVP During Summer Welcome and other resource fairs throughout the year, the RSVP center, MUPD, the Womens Center, and the Counseling Center all provide information about all of the above resources in handouts and through one on one conversation with students. The RSVP center, the Womens Center, and MUPD all do presentations to students throughout the year, in which sexual assault awareness information is included. During Summer Welcome the RSVP Center/Womens Center, MUPD, and the Counseling Center have the opportunity to speak to incoming freshmans parents. Additionally the RSVP Center/Womens Center has skits that are performed in front of students to give them information on available resources and to provide them with information on bystander intervention No cost for students to go to MUPD, medical costs may vary based on provider and student's insurance

University of Missouri Police Department (MUPD)

Students can go to MUPD 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Students can go to the Emergency Room and see a SANE clinic nurse 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Students can go to TRUENorth 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. During their hours of operation students can go to the Counseling Center, the RSVP center, and the Womens Center. Additionally all three of those agencies have after hours hotlines that are available on their website and/or on their voicemail message.

Yes, there is collaboration. U.S.A.R.T. (the University Sexual Assault Response Team) meets monthly to discuss issues, seek out solutions, and discuss cases (when appropriate). The Coalition Against Violence Against Women is also scheduled to meet monthly to discuss issues and seek out solutions. Both of the above groups include members from the R.S.V.P. Office, the Womens Center, the Counseling Center, and MUPD. The StudentAt-Risk Committee also meets regularly and discusses students who may be in crisis and may need help locating additional resources. Sometimes at USART collaboration on cases can be difficult because of confidentiality.

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SERVICES
Name of Service Point of Contact for Concerned Student Point of Contact Others
or Womens Center, a coach, an academic advisor, a professor, a graduate assistant, an advocate, and a S.A.N.E. nurse. The escalation can and should end at the point of initial contact if the survivor does not want to continue. However, all of the above are required to pass the information along to MUPD, unless they are excluded by H.I.P.A.A., are responsible for pastoral care, or are professional counselors.

Communicaiton of Services

Cost

Unit Interaction/Collaboration

True North Shelter

Crisis Line: (573) 875-1370 / Toll Free: 1-800-548-2480 / Crisis Line for Deaf: 1-800380-3323 / Administrative Office: (573) 875-0503

Crisis Line: (573) 875-1370 / Toll Free: 1-800-548-2480 / Crisis Line for Deaf: 1-800-380-3323 / Administrative Office: (573) 8750503

http://truenorthofcolumbia.org/

No cost

1) Outreach: We provide community outreach education to civic groups, churches, businesses, and service providers and through collaboration with media outlets. Information is power and powerful. Knowing the signs of domestic violence and safe intervention techniques may save a life. Part of the answer to creating a safe community is preventative education in high school and college settings teen outreach with role-playing techniques peer pressure strategies safety tips for teens and college students. Reaching our youth to redirect unhealthy relationship behaviors reduces the potential for the behaviors to carry over into adulthood. 2) DOVE: Domestic Violence Enforcement Unit (DOVE), are highly trained staff who work directly with victims of domestic violence, initiating the contact within hours of the incident being reported to law enforcement. True North DOVE advocates have offices at True North, the Columbia Police Department and the Boone County Sheriffs Office. It is a unique team approach law enforcement, prosecuting attorneys office, probation and parole and True North work together meeting monthly to ensure that every victim of domestic or sexual violence receives the opportunity for services and that their rights are protected under the laws of the State of Missouri.

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SERVICES
Name of Service Point of Contact for Concerned Student Point of Contact Others Communicaiton of Services Cost Unit Interaction/Collaboration
3) SART-USART: Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) and University Sexual Assault Response Team (USART) are collaborative initiatives to provide a collective response to victims of sexual assault. 4) Transitional Living: We are able to provide several months of financial assistance and case management for qualifying victims of domestic or sexual violence who have chosen to leave their abuser and start a new life. The financial assistance helps the victim establish a solid foundation. Case management provides the on-going tools to successful independent living free from the abuse (how to create and maintain a budget, how to access service agencies within the community, etc.). Columbia Police Department Boone County Prosecutor's Office Boone County Circuit Clerk's Office LEAD Institute Police Front Desk: (573) 874- Police Front Desk: (573) 874-7652 http://www.gocolumbiamo.com/Poli No cost 7652 ce/ (573) 886-4100 (573) 886-4100 https://www.showmeboone.com/pa No cost / (573) 886-4000 (573) 886-4000 http://www.courts.mo.gov/hosted/c No cost ircuit13/courtoffices/bneclerkhome. htm (573) 445-5005 (V/TTY) / (573) 445-5005 (V/TTY) / (800) 380- http://www.deaflead.com/ No cost (800) 380-DEAF (V?TTY) / DEAF (V?TTY) / (573) 303-5604 (573) 303-5604 (Videophone) (Videophone) / Text HAND to / Text HAND to 839863 / 839863 / Online form at Online form at http://www.deaflead.com/Victimhttp://www.deaflead.com/Vi Services.html ctim-Services.html

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POLICIES
Name of Policy
Residential Life Policy

Policy Reference (campus, CR&R, etc.)


Campus All

Students (U/G/ALL)

Policy Summary
For mental health concerns since there isnt typically a violation of policy that has occurred that brings it to the Residential Life staffs attention, so we follow a procedure of the staff responding to the student of concern (either because the student approached or was noticed by staff or someone else friend, roommate, family member, faculty member, etc.) having a preliminary conversation with the student and then if they notice concerns other than relatively minor developmental or interpersonal concerns they refer the student to appropriate resources. The staff member does this in consultation and with support from their supervisor and others in the supervisory chain and as needed Counseling Center staff. Training and supervision of all residential life staff requires staff to inform their supervisor if they become aware of any issue of a serious nature and specifically includes sexual and other physical assaults, any student who is indicating that they are having suicidal or other thoughts of self-harm. The supervisory staff provide support and guidance to the staff member with the focus being on referring students to appropriate resources. Determination of actions to take in individual cases is typically made in consultation with appropriate professional colleagues from the Counseling Center, RSVP, Student Health and University Police.

Any Points of Contact


Student staff (Community Advisors, Peer Advisors, Leadership Advisors) or professional staff (Residence Hall Coordinators, Area Coordinators) all of whom are familiar with campus resources.

Commmunication of Policy

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POLICIES
Name of Policy Policy Reference (campus, CR&R, etc.) Students (U/G/ALL)
all faculty, students and staff All

Policy Summary

Any Points of Contact

Commmunication of Policy

Chancellor's email of Campus 11/22/11 Residential Life Policy Campus

Any abusive behavior of children witnessed or reported to us should be reported. The Residential Life policy that pertains to sexual assault is the Student Conduct Code on nonconsensual behavior (200.010.B5) and depending on the circumstances other violations of the Student Conduct Code may also apply. Procedurally for reports of sexual assault we follow the campus procedures as outlined in the M-Book and the Tiger Guide along with staff expectations to inform their supervisor of any reports as soon as possible after the information has been shared with them. The focus from there is empowering the survivor to make their own choices about next steps with knowledge of the available resources. Training and supervision of all residential life staff requires staff to inform their supervisor if they become aware of any issue of a serious nature and specifically includes sexual and other physical assaults, any student who is indicating that they are having suicidal or other thoughts of self-harm. The supervisory staff provide support and guidance to the staff member with the focus being on referring students to appropriate resources. Determination of actions to take in individual cases is typically made in consultation with appropriate professional colleagues from the Counseling Center, RSVP, Student Health and University Police. The Student Conduct Policy encourages students to Call the police, seek medical attention, seek emotional support and assistance and lists the option of proceeding through the university disciplinary procedure, in lieu of, or in addition to pressing criminal charges. The UM System standard of conduct that applies to students explicitly states that students are subject to sanctions for Nonconsensual sexual behavior including but not limited to rape; sexual assault; nonconsensual sexual touching of the genitals, breast or anus of another person or the touching of another with ones own genitals whether directly or through the clothing; or exposing ones genitals to another under circumstances in which he or she should reasonably know that his or her conduct is likely to cause affront or alarm, or sexual harassment

MUPD and your supervisor Student staff (Community Advisors, Peer Advisors, Leadership Advisors) or professional staff (Residence Hall Coordinators, Area Coordinators) all of whom are familiar with campus resources.

email Residential Life policy and the University Code of Student Conduct are provided to students in the Tiger Guide, which is provided in hard copy format to all residents when they move into the residence halls. University Student Apartment residents also receive the Tiger Guide since it also includes information for those residents. All residents are also sent the electronic link to the Tiger Guide at the beginning of each semester. References to assault, sexual assault and relationship violence are on pages 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 19, 23 and 24 in the online version. Counseling Center and Student Health are referenced on page 13. There is also a list of campus resources on the inside back cover.

Student Conduct Sexual Assault Procedures

Campus

All

The policy lists: The Office of Student Conduct, Sexual assualt procedure is communicated MUPD, UMC Hospital and clinics, Student Health, in the Mbook (paper and online versions) The Counseling Centert, RSVP. The Women's Center and on the Student conduct website. and True North Women's Shelter as resources The Office of Student Conduct Student Standard of Conduct is communicated in the Mbook (paper and online versions) and on the Student conduct website.

Standard of Conduct

Campus

All

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POLICIES
Name of Policy
MU's Notice of NonDiscrimination

Policy Reference (campus, CR&R, etc.)


Campus All

Students (U/G/ALL)

Policy Summary
Applicants for admission and employment, students, employees, sources of referral of applicants for admission and employment, and all unions are hereby notified that this institution does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or status as a protected veteran in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities.

Any Points of Contact


Any person having inquiries concerning the University of Missouris compliance with regulations implementing Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, or Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 may contact either the Assistant Vice Chancellor, Human Resources Services, University of Missouri, 1095 Virginia Ave, Room 101, Columbia, Missouri 65211, (573) 882-4256; or the Manager, MU Equity/Title IX Coordinator, University of Missouri, Memorial Union S303, Columbia, Missouri 65211, (573) 882-9069. The Assistant Vice Chancellor, Human Resource Services (MU) and the Manager, MU Equity/Title IX Coordinator have been designated by the University to coordinate the institution's efforts to comply with the aforementioned regulations. Any person may also contact the assistant secretary for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, regarding the institution's compliance with these regulations.

Commmunication of Policy
Non-discrimination policy is communicated in the Mbook (paper and online versions), MU employee manual (online and paper) and on countless university websites for virtually all departments and offices.

Personnel Collected Campus Rules and Regulations (Employee Conduct)

All student employees

Chapter 330: Employee Conduct The University of Missouri policy aims for an increased awareness regarding sexual harassment by making available information, education and guidance on the subject for the University community. Policy Statement -- It is the policy of the University of Missouri, in accord with providing a positive discrimination-free environment, that sexual harassment in the work place or the educational environment is unacceptable conduct. Sexual harassment is subject to discipline, up to and including separation from the institution.

Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Officer, Office of Equity, Human Resource Services (MU) and the Manager, MU Equity/Title IX Coordinator have been designated by the University to coordinate the institution's efforts to comply with the aforementioned regulations.

Employee Conduct rules and regulations (online and paper), MU Equity website and on countless university websites for departments and offices.

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POLICIES
Name of Policy Policy Reference (campus, CR&R, etc.) Students (U/G/ALL)
All Campers and Camp Staff

Policy Summary
Ensuring Camper Safety: Camper safety is the paramount goal of MU Athletics. In order to promote a safe environment for campers, camp staff should: Always think safety first. If an activity appears dangerous, stop it right away. Immediately notify the camp director of any problems arising during camp, including but not limited to: o camper behavior problems that include the use or possession of alcohol/drugs/weapons, romantic or sexual relationships with other campers or staff, or violence/aggression; o failure of other staff members to follow camp rules ; or o any crimes occurring or attempted during camp periods (theft, burglary, arson, assault, hate crimes, etc.) Romantic relationships with campers are strictly prohibited. Failure to adhere to this rule will result in immediate termination of camp employment and removal from camp. Never interact with a camper in an inappropriate manner. If you need to speak privately with a camper, always bring another camp staff member along.

Any Points of Contact


If you become aware or suspect that any illegal activity or incidents involving harm to the youth on campus, you are required by law to immediately report such incidents to either the camp director, MU Police at (573) 882-7201 or the MU Ethics and Compliance Hotline, (866) 447-9821. As a matter of institutional culture as well as state law, if you have reason to suspect that a camper is, may be, or has been abused or neglected, you are required to file a report with the Missouri Division of Legal Services. Reports may be filed by phone at 573-751-2711 or by email to DLS.ReportFraud@dss.mo.gov. State law further provides that your responsibility to report is an individual responsibility and may not be impeded or prevented by a supervisor or administrator. That being said, you will be protected from any adverse employment action in the event of a report.

Commmunication of Policy
This policy included in our MU Athletics Compliance Manual, but is also send them out in advance of each summers camps . Included in the attachment sent is the Camp Staff Expectation Form, which is administered to our camp employees prior to the start of camp, and the Camper Code of Conduct Form in which we share our conduct expectations to the campers/parents as they register for camps. Criminal background checks must be run on all non-MU employees/student athletes prior to working camps. Background checks are good for 3 years. Each sports list of CBCs will be sent in a separate e-mail. Everyone needing a background check in 2014 should go to the following website and complete the form. www.mutigers.com , Camp Central, Coach/Volunteer Background Checks This policy included in our MU Athletics Compliance Manual, but is also send them out in advance of each summers camps . Included in the attachment sent is the Camp Staff Expectation Form, which is administered to our camp employees prior to the start of camp, and the Camper Code of Conduct Form in which we share our conduct expectations to the campers/parents as they register for camps.

University of Missouri Campus Sports Camps and Clinics--Camp Staff Expectation Form

University of Missouri Campus Sports Camps and Clinics--Camper Expectation Form

All Campers and Camp Staff

The University of Missouri (MU) is proud to sponsor summer sports camps. In order to ensure that campers' experience is safe and enjoyable, we require all campers to abide by a strict code of conduct. Lack of adherence to these policies constitutes grounds for expulsion: Use profanity or inappropriate language, whether it is written or verbal. Allow visitors into the dormitory or dining areas. Possess and/or use alcohol, tobacco, or illegal substances. Possess matches, lighters, hot plates, fireworks, weapons, or other objects that the camp director deems dangerous. Possess and/or distribute indecent literature or images. Tamper with fire alarms, safety, or security equipment. Damage or steal University or other peoples property. Harass, bully, or intimidate other campers or staff. Engage in excessive noisemaking or horseplay. Have romantic relationships with camp staff or other campers. Sleep in any dorm room other than the one assigned.

MU Police at (573) 882-7201 or the MU Ethics and Compliance Hotline, (866) 447-9821. Missouri Division of Legal Services reports may be filed by phone at 573-751-2711 or by email to DLS.ReportFraud@dss.mo.gov.

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POLICIES
Name of Policy
Student-Athlete Handbook

Policy Reference (campus, CR&R, etc.)


Campus

Students (U/G/ALL)
All Student Athletes

Policy Summary
The MU Student-Athlete Handbook states that sexual harrassment, relationship violence and rape and sexual assault are not tolerated in the athletic department. If a coach alleges an infraction of the athletic dept rules and regulations the coach may suspend the athlete from the team. The student-athlete handbook also provides resources for student-athletes who are victims of relationship violence, stalking, sexual harrassment, rape and sexual assault.

Any Points of Contact


Mu Police at (573) 882-7201, RSVP, True North Shelter, Online at www.thehotline.org, the Student health center, Student counseling center and University Hospital's SANE unit

Commmunication of Policy
This handbook is provided to all student athletes at the beginning of the year.

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SERVICES
Name of Service Campus/Community
ALL

Students (U/G/ALL)

Description of Services
UMKC Counseling Center provides individual counseling, couples counseling, group therapy, crisis intervention, consultation, assessment, alcohol and substance abuse prevention, and outreach activities. More information can be found online here: http://www.umkc.edu/counselingcenter/#. Further, the Counseling Center provides ongoing in-service training for the staff intern and practicum students related to trauma, including trauma as a result of sexual assault and domestic violence. This is beyond what is provided by the Victim Services Adjudication Advisor. MindBody Connection provides educational and support services that enhance students skills related to physical, mental, and emotional health; programs include Relaxation Station, HeartMath software and other online screenings, and various stress-relief programs. More information can be found online here: http://www.umkc.edu/mindbody/default.asp. - Student usage of the MindBody Connection has seen a huge increase: in 2012, students visited MBC a total of 1,268 times; from Feb 2013 through Feb 2014, MBC saw 4,144 student visits (an increase of 227% over the past years count).

UMKC Counseling Center Campus and MindBody Connection

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SERVICES
Name of Service Student Point of Contact Point of Contact for Concerned Others
Dean of Students / Assistant Dean of Students Counseling Center director Title IX Coordinator / Deputy Coordinator Case Management Team (consists of the following positions: Chief of Police, Police Detective, Police Sergeant, Dean of Students, Assistant Dean of Students for Student Success, Assistant Dean of Students for Judicial Affairs, Victim Services Adjudication Advisor, Director of Student Involvement, Director of Residential Life, Assistant Director of Residential Life, Director of the UMKC Counseling Center, Student Health & Wellness Administrator) Advisors / Life Coaches in the Academic Units Residential Life Coordinator or Resident Assistant Student Services Office at Hospital Hill UMKC Helpline

Communicaiton of Services
How information is disseminated: Flyers, outreach activities, web sites, online newsletters such as USucceed (for students) and UMatters (for faculty and staff), direct referrals, partnerships with Residential Life, New Student Orientations How often: ongoing Targeted audience/communities: All students, faculty, and staff

Cost

Unit Interaction/Collaboration

UMKC Counseling Center and UMKC Counseling Center is located at MindBody Connection 4825 Troost, suite 206 and can be reached at 816-235-1635. Students may call to make appointments or visit during walk-in hours between 10am and 2pm. Emergency oncall counselors are available during regular business hours. MindBody Connection is located in the Atterbury Student Success Center, suite 112 and can be reached at 816-235-5169. The Counseling Center is one place a student may go first to deal with trauma or mental health issues related to alleged sexual assault. The staff psychologist provides assistance for the immediate concern, addresses ongoing safety issues and encourages the student to go to the hospital for a rape kit as well as other health care that may be needed. Counseling staff will encourage the student to make a police report and will refer the student to the Victim Services Adjudication Advisor for additional support. If the student provides the counselor with permission to release information, the counselor may contact the Victim Services Adjudication Advisor on behalf of the student. Any case that is presented to the Victim Services

The initial intake Case Management Team, Residential Life, session is free for all Womens Center, Student Health & UMKC affiliates. Full- Wellness, Hospitals, MOCSA, Title IX time & part-time Coordinator students receive 8 free sessions every academic year, and subsequent sessions are $15 each. As a service to faculty and staff, the University Counseling Center offers counseling services at $20 per session after a free intake. Assessment Testing Fees: for UMKC students, the initial consultation is free; for non-UMKC students the consultation fee is $50. Test fees range from $50 - $750, depending on the type and complexity of the assessment

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SERVICES Name of Service
Violence Prevention and Response Grant; Michelle Kroner, Victim Services Adjudication Advisor

Campus/Community
Campus ALL

Students (U/G/ALL)

Description of Services
Since 2005, UMKC has received a Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) grant from the Department of Justice that supports the Violence Prevention and Response Program on campus. Many steps have been taken to educate on prevention, recognizing the signs and response to sexual and other violence through training for students, some employees and the community. A website for Violence Prevention and Response can be found at this link: http://www.umkc.edu/endviolence/default.asp. Within this website is a link that informs viewers what they can and should do if someone they know is a survivor of sexual assault, domestic/relationship violence or stalking (http://www.umkc.edu/endviolence/what_to_do.asp). The mission of the Violence Prevention and Response Project at the University of Missouri-Kansas City is to strengthen the University and community response to gender-based and sexual violence through victim support services, advocacy, training, education, and outreach to the campus and community. The goals of the Violence Prevention and Response Project are: o To unify campus resources through the coordination of existing services which address the issues of sexual violence o To provide a safe place, referrals and information to those affected by sexual violence o To assess campus needs for information and activities addressing sexual violence o To participate in the creation and coordination of educational prevention programs about sexual violence

The VAWA grant requires that 4 staff attended two annual training and technical assistance institutes (TTIs) and campus police are included in these national training opportunities when appropriate and based on guidance from the grantor. Police, judicial officers and staff psychologists receive training from the Victim Services Adjudication Advisor related to reporting, response, working with victims and referring students for support when requested. Other offices and organizations on campus request training from the Victim Services Adjudication Advisor but these are not regularly occurring trainings. These range from student organizations, fraternities and sororities, and athletics. Further, the Counseling Center provides ongoing in-service training for the staff intern and practicum students related to trauma, including trauma as a result of sexual assault and domestic violence. This is beyond what is provided by the Victim Services Adjudication Advisor. Our campus police have a specific policy and procedure related to the investigation of sexual assaults which was revised in December 2013 to include Title IX requirements. Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training has been completed by 90% of officers, equipping them with an understanding of mental illness, how to work with an individual with a mental illness in crisis and what resources are available to law enforcement in these situations. UMKC Police also offer R.A.D. (rape aggression defense systems) training to students or any campus group who requests it. R.A.D. is a national program of realistic self-defense tactics and techniques taught for women by nationally certified R.A.D. instructors.

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SERVICES
Name of Service
Violence Prevention and Response Grant; Michelle Kroner, Victim Services Adjudication Advisor

Student Point of Contact


UMKC has no formal written procedures as each case is different and where and when it is first reported varies. However a protocol has been established and it works well at UMKC. Victim Services Adjudication Advisor is the primary point of contact. Others include the Womens Center, Dean of Students, Assistant Dean of Students, UMKC Police, Resident Assistant, or the Counseling Center. The Counseling Center is one place a student may go first to deal with trauma or mental health issues related to alleged sexual assault. The staff psychologist provides assistance for the immediate concern, addresses ongoing safety issues and encourages the student to go to the hospital for a rape kit as well as other health care that may be needed. Counseling staff will encourage the student to make a police report and will refer the student to the Victim Services Adjudication Advisor for additional support. If the student provides the counselor with permission to release information, the counselor may contact the Victim Services Adjudication Advisor on behalf of the student. Any case that is

Point of Contact for Concerned Others


Dean of Students / Assistant Dean of Students Victim Services Adjudication Advisor UMKC Police Title IX Coordinator / Deputy Coordinator Counseling Center director Case Management Team (consists of the following positions: Chief of Police, Police Detective, Police Sergeant, Dean of Students, Assistant Dean of Students for Student Success, Assistant Dean of Students for Judicial Affairs, Victim Services Adjudication Advisor, Director of Student Involvement, Director of Residential Life, Assistant

Communicaiton of Services
How information is disseminated via campus trainings, New Student Orientation, and outreach as well as online resources (VPR website, Helpline, Student Handbook, catalog) and ad hoc requests for training. How often throughout the year Targeted audience/communities As a requirement of our grant from the DOJ related to the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), we have been providing mandatory education to all undergraduate students since 2005. This training is completed using our Blackboard tool and is outlined below:

Cost
The Office on Violence Against Women at the US Department of Justice has renewed our grant twice, most recently in a collaborative partnership with the University of Missouri. However, we recently learned that funding has not been renewed for a fourth cycle as the DOJ typically does not award more than two cycles. The grant provided an opportunity to improve the quality and comprehensive nature of our training and response programs. Further, we now are subject to compliance with the Sexual Violence Elimination Act (SaVE Act) of 2013 and must report compliance with this act in our October 1, 2014 annual security report.

Unit Interaction/Collaboration
On campus: Division of Student Affairs & Enrollment Management, Womens Center, UMKC Police Department, Office of Affirmative Action, Counseling, Student Health and Wellness, Athletics Department, International Student Affairs Office, Residential Life, Student Involvement. Community: Via the Violence Against Women grant, UMKC has signed an MOU with participating partners who agree to contribute to grant efforts by providing a collaborate and comprehensive approach to increase awareness of and to prevent sexual assault, dating/domestic violence and stalking at UMKC and in the surrounding community. All partners agreed to provide services to victims of violence, including providing support services, raising awareness or reporting and adjudication options, and/or engaging in or supporting educational efforts relating to grant activities. These formal partnerships exist with the Kansas City AntiViolence Project (KCAVP), the Kansas City Missouri Police Department (KCPD), the Metropolitan

Director of Residential Life, Director of the UMKC Counseling Center, Student Health & Wellness Administrator) o Advisors / Life Coaches in the Academic Units o Residential Life Coordinator or Resident Assistant o Student Services Office at Hospital Hill o UMKC Helpline

1. At the beginning of each semester, the Registrar provides a file of new undergraduate students to the Victim Services Adjudication Advisor who forwards that information to campus IT for a Blackboard message 2. Campus IT specifically sends a message to these new students telling them about the VAWA and the training; this message includes a link for a slide show with the information as well as a link to a quiz that students must complete. 3. It is worth noting that the training and quiz were developed at UMKC but approved by the US DOJ. 4. Students must get 70% of answers on the quiz correct in order to demonstrate they

Organization to Counter Sexual Assault (MOCSA) and the Rose Brooks Center, which offers care for women and children struggling to flee domestic violence. On an adhoc basis, collaborations occur between the Violence Against Women program at UMKC and other area domestic violence shelters as well as Veronicas Voice, a non-profit organization that empowers victims of commercial sexual exploitation to make positive lifestyle changes.

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Name of Service Student Point of Contact
presented to the Victim Services Adjudication Advisor, from any source, that is required to be reported under the Clery Act, will be made known to the UMKC Police. If the student first reports it to a Resident Assistant, they follow their training and encourage the student to go to the hospital (rape kits are not done in the campus student health center), contact campus police, and the Victim Services Adjudication Advisor. Students may feel more comfortable going to the MindBody Connection as a safe environment. Student usage of the MindBody Connection has seen a huge increase: in 2012, students visited MBC a total of 1,268 times; from Feb 2013 through Feb 2014, MBC saw 4,144 student visits (an increase of 227% over the past years count). o If it is alleged that one student victimized another, the campus judicial officer will get involved due to the student code of conduct and so there may be both a conduct code violation investigation going on at the same time there is an investigation being conducted by UMKC Police and/or another jurisdiction. o At this time there is no consistency in response if a student would report an allegation of sexual assault or other violence to a faculty or noncampus security staff. Because these employees are not required to go through training and are not mandated to report these cases, it is unknown how or if they respond by providing any type of assistance to students.

Point of Contact for Concerned Others

Communicaiton of Services
know that material. If the student fails to reach the 70% correct level, he or she may instantly retake the quiz. If they do not, their name will come up as needing to complete the quiz. 5. Each semester, students who did not complete the training in the previous semester are included in the communication to new students. Looking to the future, the SaVE Act requires campuses to provide Bystander Intervention Training and UMKC is in the process of identifying the training program we will use and how it will be delivered. Students and regular employees of the Residential Life unit on campus receive comprehensive training from the Victim

Cost

Unit Interaction/Collaboration

Services Adjudication Advisor who incorporates for the trainees the role of the police, counseling, the Victim Services office and other campus resources along with their responsibility to report the incident. 1. Professional and Graduate Staff Trained on sexual assault response in summer training Presented with Clery information through UMKC police in summer training 2. Student Staff RAs are presented with sexual harassment training during the fall, which often outlines Clery and sexual assault reporting. RAs are presented with Violence Prevention and Response training during the fall, which does outline Clery and sexual assault reporting RAs are presented with sexual assault response re-training once a semester in staff meetings RAs are presented with sexual assault response re-training during spring training 3. Programming Initiatives Residential Life attends quarterly Violence Prevention & Response task force meetings Residential Life partners with the Womens Center for Violence Prevention &

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Name of Service Student Point of Contact Point of Contact for Concerned Others Communicaiton of Services
Response initiatives, including Walk a Mile in Her Shoes, Take Back the Night, The Vagina Monologues, the Clothesline Project and These Hands Dont Hurt.

Cost

Unit Interaction/Collaboration

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POLICIES
Name of Policy Policy Reference (campus, CR&R, etc.) Students (U/G/ALL) Policy Summary Any Points of Contact Commmunication of Policy

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POLICIES
Name of Policy Policy Reference (campus, CR&R, etc.) Students (U/G/ALL)
ALL

Policy Summary

Any Points of Contact

Commmunication of Policy

UMKC campus police have CRR 200.010 a specific policy and procedure related to the investigation of sexual assaults which was revised in December 2013 to include Title IX requirements. o In addition, UMKC is compliant with the Sexual Violence Elimination Act (SaVE Act) of 2013 o University of Missouri Student Standard of Conduct

The purpose of this policy is to establish procedures for the Campus police can be reached at 235-1515 The Police Department Policy and investigation of a complaint of rape and to serve as guidelines for Procedure Manual officers to assist them in their initial contact with a victim of a sexual assault. Policy o The investigation of a sexual assault complaint is a very delicate matter in that it involves the discussion of sexual activity that traditionally is an awkward topic; it involves a victim who may be in a highly emotional state; and it is a crime of physical violence. For these reasons, the following guidelines have been developed to insure a professional investigation of a sexual assault. These procedures shall be followed unless otherwise directed by the Chief of Police or his/her designee. Procedure o The preliminary investigation of a major crime involves all sections of the department working constructively toward the same goal. Many things will be occurring simultaneously, and it will be the responsibility of the shift commander or officer in charge to coordinate all activity. Because of their unique position within the department, the communications operators also become centrally involved in the coordination of activities. o The investigation can be broken down into eight phases: 1) Receiving the complaint, 2) Assisting the victim, 3) Protecting the scene, 4) Medical examination, 5) Collecting evidence, 6) Interviewing the victim, 7) Developing suspects, 8) Establishing guilt.

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Name of Service
Counseling, Disability Support, and Student Wellness (CDSW)

Campus/Community
Campus ALL

Students (U/G/ALL)

Description of Services
Provides crisis intervention and ongoing counseling services to students with mental health concerns through a brief-treatment model. Crisis intervention consultation is provided by professional staff members who also respond in providing support and education to the campus community following campus emergencies, tragedies, etc. Counseling sessions are provided by professionally trained and licensed counselors and psychologists. Internal consultation among staff members is utilized to determine the appropriate course in many cases. Staff members work collaboratively with clients to clarify issues, support existing strengths, address problems and/or arrange referrals. Group counseling sessions are offered throughout the year on Family Issues, ADD/ADHD Support, Aspergers Support, and Test Anxiety. Additional groups are convened as needed, including previously offered groups focusing on anger management, gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, transgender issues, graduate students, career exploration, self-esteem, and sexual abuse survivors group. Counseling staff are available 24/7 through on-call procedures facilitated by University Police to help ensure students in need at any time of the day or night are connected with appropriate services and resources. Disability Support Services (DSS) provides quality accommodative services for students with disabilities, some of which have mental health implications. SHS delivers quality medical services and programs designed to meet and exceed the needs of students. This department addresses acute medical needs and health concerns through walk-in services that contribute to the lifelong success of students and the campus. Services include allergy injections, immunizations, orthopedic clinic, STD testing, well women clinic, and psychiatric services. Counseling services are available through collaboration with CDSW. Appointments are required for well woman visits, physicals, travel medicine visits, wart removals, and counseling services. SHS collaborates with counselors from Norwood Hall on a frequent basis, with student permission. SHS also has reserved appointments with counselors 3 days a week, to be held at the SHS facility for the purpose of collaboration and continuity of care. Student Health will prescribe medications for mental illnesses that fall within the scope of family medicine (for example, unipolar depression, sleep disorders, anxiety). SHS providers will make every effort to find medication that is affordable for the student, and often the Walmart discount drug program is utilized. For those mental health conditions that fall out of the scope of SHS providers, the student will be referred to psychiatry. This service is offered one evening per month in the SHS facility.

Disability Support Services

Campus

ALL ALL

Student Health Services (SHS) Campus

Pathways Counseling

Community

Offers individual, family and group counseling for children and adults. Services are designed to reduce symptoms and promote good mental health in a time-effective, compassionate manner through use of: psychological evaluations, individual, family, and group counseling, crisis interventions, medication management and psychiatric evaluations

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Name of Service
Phelps County Regional Medical Center

Campus/Community
Community

Students (U/G/ALL)

Description of Services
Phelps County Regional Medical Centers Center for Psychiatric Services is committed to caring for people through all stages of life with a variety of emotional, psychiatric, psychological, or behavioral problems. PCRMC is committed to providing the psychiatric services needed for the South Central Missouri area including inpatient hospitalization and outpatient services. PCRMC also offers a mental health support group that meets at various times during the year to discuss mental health issues. Services available at the hospital include: nationally accredited cancer care services, cardiac catheterization lab and cardiac rehabilitation, full-service medical imaging (including MRI, CT, PET/CT, nuclear medicine, ultrasound, bone density and general radiology), comprehensive surgical services and ambulatory surgery unit, OB/maternity center, inpatient nursing units, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services, skilled nursing, home health and hospice services, the Comprehensive Breast Center, inpatient and outpatient mental health programs, sleep center and educational and community service programs. Prevention Consultants of Missouri is a not for profit agency working to provide, promote, and support research based, effective prevention strategies. Provides support and technical assistance for substance abuse prevention, Mentoring Makes A Difference program, four-session parent education and anger management programs, shortterm counseling services, Teen Outreach after school program, bully prevention education, and peer mediation and conflict management services.

Prevention Consultants Inc.

Community

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SERVICES
Name of Service
Counseling, Disability Support, and Student Wellness (CDSW)

Student Point of Contact


Counseling, Disability Support, & Student Wellness: 204 Norwood Hall 320 W. 12th St. Rolla, MO 65409 573.341.4211 http://counsel.mst.edu Students will engage with a professional Licensed Counselor or Psychologist Dr. Patti J. Fleck, Director CDSW pfleck@mst.edu 573-341-4211; Diane Benit Stutts, M.A., LPC, Assistant Director CDSW dianes@mst.edu 573.341.4211 Services provided by licensed counselors and psychologists are free and confidential within ethical and legal limitations.

Point of Contact for Concerned Others

Communicaiton of Services
Free

Cost

Unit Interaction/Collaboration
Academic Departments Athletics & Recreation Career Opportunities & Employer Relations Enrollment Management Faculty Senate Freshman Engineering Graduate Studies Joe's PEERS International Affairs Leadership & Cultural Programs Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Parents Partners In Prevention Phelps County Regional Medical Center Prevention Consultants of Missouri New Student Programs (PRO) Residential Life Russell House S&T Alcohol Coalition (A TEAM) Staff Council Student Health Student Life Undergraduate Studies University Committee for Assistance, Response, & Evaluation (UCARE) University Police

Counseling, Disability Support, & Student Wellness: 204 Ask.Listen.Refer. marketing materials Norwood Hall 320 W. 12th St. Annual Parental Notification Rolla, MO 65409 eConnection mailing based on issues/needs 573.341.4211 Family Guidebook http://counsel.mst.edu Freshman orientation sessions Services provided by licensed counselors and Miner-Rama psychologists, are free and confidential within ethical PRO panel sessions and legal limitations. Resource cards/brochures Screening events Student and staff/faculty listservs Student Handbook Student Health 101 Wellness promotions Word of mouth Workshops/trainings

Disability Support Services

Disability Support Services 203 Norwood Hall 320 W. 12th St. Rolla, MO 65409-1430 Phone: (573) 341-6655 Fax: (573) 341-6179 dss@mst.edu Connie Arthur Disability Support Services Administrator conniea@mst.edu

Disability Support Services 203 Norwood Hall 320 W. 12th St. Rolla, MO 65409-1430 Phone: (573) 341-6655 Fax: (573) 341-6179 dss@mst.edu Connie Arthur Disability Support Services Administrator conniea@mst.edu

Family Guidebook Freshman orientation sessions Miner-Rama PRO panel sessions Resource cards/brochures DSS events Student and staff/faculty listservs Student Handbook Student Health 101 Wellness promotions Word of mouth Workshops/trainings

Free

Academic Departments Athletics & Recreation Career Opportunities & Employer Relations Enrollment Management Counseling, Disability Support, & Student Wellness Faculty Senate Freshman Engineering Graduate Studies Joe's PEERS International Affairs Leadership & Cultural Programs Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Parents Partners In Prevention Phelps County Regional Medical Center Prevention Consultants of Missouri New Student Programs (PRO) Residential Life Russell House S&T Alcohol Coalition (A TEAM) Staff Council Student Life Undergraduate Studies University Committee for Assistance, Response, & Evaluation (UCARE) University Police

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SERVICES
Name of Service
Student Health Services (SHS)

Student Point of Contact


Student Health Complex 910 W. 10th St. Rolla MO 65409 Phone: (573) 341-4284 Fax: (573) 341-6967 mstshs@mst.edu Students will engage with a medical doctor, physicians assistant, or licensed psychiatrist. Dr. Dennis Goodman, M.D. 573-341-4282 dgoodman@mst.edu

Point of Contact for Concerned Others


Student Health Complex 910 W. 10th St. Rolla MO 65409 Phone: (573) 341-4284 Fax: (573) 341-6967 mstshs@mst.edu

Communicaiton of Services
Ask.Listen.Refer marketing materials Annual Parental Notification Family Guidebook Freshman orientation sessions Miner-Rama PRO panel sessions Resource cards/brochures Screening events Student and staff/faculty listservs Student Handbook Student Health 101 Wellness promotions Word of mouth Workshops/trainings

Cost
The Student Health Fee covers most of the costs but some care and medications may require a copay. Specialty and hospital services can be billed to private insurances. Psychiatry appointments are $150/hour

Unit Interaction/Collaboration
Academic Departments Athletics & Recreation Career Opportunities & Employer Relations Enrollment Management Counseling, Disability Support, & Student Wellness Faculty Senate Freshman Engineering Graduate Studies Joe's PEERS International Affairs Leadership & Cultural Programs Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Parents Partners In Prevention Phelps County Regional Medical Center Prevention Consultants of Missouri New Student Programs (PRO) Residential Life Russell House S&T Alcohol Coalition (A TEAM) Staff Council Student Life Undergraduate Studies University Committee for Assistance, Response, & Evaluation (UCARE) University Police

Pathways Counseling

Pathways Community Health 1450 E 10th Street P.O. Box 921 Rolla , MO 65402 (573) 364-7551 (573) 364-4898 fax

Pathways Community Health 1450 E 10th Street P.O. Box 921 Rolla , MO 65402 (573) 364-7551 (573) 364-4898 fax

Community & school outreach Local health and special events Local newspapers Mailing promotions and follow-up Press releases Publications Radio broadcasting Sponsorships Website

Services are tailored to each individual, as is the payment process. Pathways works on an individualized basis to create a payment plan that will work for the client. Cost varies depending on the service being provided and is disclosed at the time of your initial assessment. Payment is accepted in the form of insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, self-pay (cash, check and credit card). Scholarships, United Way and Department of Mental Health funding may be available.

PCRMC Medical Group Phelps County Regional Medical Center Missouri S&T Russell House

Phelps County Regional Medical Center

Medical Office Building 1050 West Tenth Street Rolla, MO 65401 (573) 364 9000 Mercy Clinics-Rolla 1605 Martin Springs Drive Rolla, MO 65401 Inpatient Services 1050 West Tenth Street Rolla, MO 65401 573-458-8899 ContactUs@pcrmc.com http://www.pcrmc.com Outpatient Services The Center Clinic 575 B Blues Lake Parkway Rolla, MO 65401 573-364-2007 Mental Health Support Group 573.364.2007

Medical Office Building 1050 West Tenth Street Rolla, MO 65401 (573) 364 9000 Mercy Clinics-Rolla 1605 Martin Springs Drive Rolla, MO 65401 Inpatient Services 1050 West Tenth Street Rolla, MO 65401 573-458-8899 http://www.pcrmc.com Outpatient Services The Center Clinic 575 B Blues Lake Parkway Rolla, MO 65401 573-364-2007

Charity & Other Uncompensated Care Community & school outreach Local health and special events Local newspapers Mailing promotions and follow-up Press releases Publications, Foundation In Focus Radio broadcasting Sponsorships Vim & Vigor magazine Website ContactUs@pcrmc.com

Phelps County Regional Medical Center is committed to caring for patients 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year regardless of a patients ability to pay. Every day, PCRMC treats people who lack health insurance or cant afford to pay for quality health care unless they receive financial assistance. PCRMC provides necessary health care at no charge or at a reduced charge to those who meet the financial need requirements. Financial assistance is generally for people who do not have other financial resources available, such as insurance, government programs, or regular income.

Allergy & Asthma Consultants Anderson Foot Clinic Central Missouri Urology Crawford Medical Clinic Dr. David's Family Practice Goodman Medical Clinic Maries Medical Clinic Mercy Clinic Family Medicine - St. Robert Mercy Clinics-St. James Mid Missouri Internal Medicine Outpatient Clinic PCRMC Medical Group PCRMC Medical Group - Bass Clinic PCRMC Medical Group - Bond Clinic PCRMC Medical Group - Dent County PCRMC Medical Group - Forest City Family Practice PCRMC Medical Group - McMullin Clinic PCRMC Medical Group Heart & Vascular Center Phelps County Regional Medical Center Pulaski Medical Clinic Rolla Dermatology Rolla Family Clinic Rolla Neurology Rolla Ophthalmology Associates Washington University Heart Care Institute

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SERVICES
Name of Service
Prevention Consultants Inc.

Student Point of Contact


Prevention Consultants of Missouri 104 East Seventh Street Rolla, MO 64501 573-368-4755 jamie@preventionconsultants.org

Point of Contact for Concerned Others


Prevention Consultants of Missouri 104 East Seventh Street Rolla, MO 64501 573-368-4755 jamie@preventionconsultants.org

Communicaiton of Services
Community & school outreach Local health and special events Local newspapers Mailing promotions and follow-up Press releases Publications Radio broadcasting Sponsorships Website

Cost
Counseling for children is supported by United Way of South Central Missouri. The Teen Outreach Program (TOP) is supported through a collaboration with the Phelps County Health Department and funding from the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. Adult counseling services are assessed on a per-session fee scale.

Unit Interaction/Collaboration
Children's Trust Fund, United Way of Phelps County, Missouri Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Phelps County Child Advocacy Network, Phelps County Health Department, Missouri Foundation for Health

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SERVICES
Name of Service
Campus SaVE Committee Campus

Campus/Community
All

Students (U/G/ALL)

Counseling, Disability Campus Support, & Student Wellness

ALL

Office of the Vice Chancellor Campus for Student Affairs

All

Student Health Services (SHS)

Campus

ALL

Title IX Coordinator

Campus

All

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SERVICES
Name of Service
University Police Campus

Campus/Community
All

Students (U/G/ALL)

University Committee for Assistance, Response, & Evaluation (UCARE)

Campus

ALL

Pathways Counseling

Community

Phelps County Court Advocate

Community

Phelps County Family Crisis Services

Community

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Name of Service
Phelps County Regional Medical Center

Campus/Community
Community

Students (U/G/ALL)

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SERVICES
Name of Service
Russell House

Campus/Community
Community

Students (U/G/ALL)

The Women's Crisis Center

Community

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SERVICES
Description of Services
The Campus SaVE Committee was recently formed and focuses on meeting the requirements of the amendment to the Clery Act requiring campuses to implement new trainings and standards. Many requirements are already being addressed through campus efforts. These new requirements will affect various departments. A collaborative approach is sought in working on these requirements to ensure we are meeting them, and getting correct and consistent information out to our students. Counselors serve as confidential reporting resources to students and specifically those impacted by sexual assault. CDSW encourages students to report sexual assaults to campus and/or local police and to the Title IX office and Student Affairs, as well as to seek medical attention. Group counseling options are also offered for sexual abuse survivors.

Student Conduct and Community Standards is responsible for upholding the Standard of Conduct in support of the educational mission of the University. This office focuses on addressing non-academic student conduct matters (e.g., disruptive behavior, theft, harassment, failure to comply, stalking, use/sale/possession of alcohol or any controlled substance, and misuse of computing resources). The behavioral standards and interventions facilitated by this office serve to create a safe, healthy, and positive university environment by encouraging students to take responsibility for their actions, learn from their experiences, enhance decision-making ability and advance development of social awareness and ethical values. Further information including training resources and investigation procedural checklists are available in the included OVC folder. Delivers quality medical services and programs designed to meet and exceed the needs of students. Given that SHS addresses acute medical needs. If a patient presents to SHS for a sexual health concern or screening, they will be instructed to complete the Sexual Health History Form and a Well Woman History Form, if appropriate. (Forms Included). The Sexual Health History Form asks specific questions regarding sexual behaviors and risk factors. It also asks if the student has ever been a victim of sexual assault, and if they have engaged in sexual activity that they regretted, while under the influence of alcohol. Student Health Staff will determine if pregnancy testing, STD testing or treatment is needed and dispense Plan B if applicable. Student Health Services staff will encourage the patient to report the event to campus or local authorities. SHS will also offer referral to counseling, which can often be arranged for the same day. SHS does not have the resources to provide forensic examinations to victims of sexual assault. Immediate care following an event needs to be obtained through the PCRMC Emergency Room. Patients requesting emergency contraception are asked to complete the Well Woman History Form and Sexual Health History Form as described above. The health care provider will discuss the circumstances with the patient, determine if Plan B is appropriate and instruct the patient on the use and side effects. The cost for Plan B is $35, which can be billed to the students Joess Account. Plan B is also available without a prescription at area pharmacies. Additionally, testing and treatment for Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, HIV and Syphilis is provided to the student at no charge, through partnership with the health department.

The Title IX Coordinator is available to discuss the rights of individuals who have been impacted by some form of sex discrimination which includes sexual violence or harassment. Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX may be referred to the appropriate Title IX coordinator or to the United States Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights. For further information on notice of nondiscrimination, visit http://wdcrobcolp01.ed.gov/CFAPPS/OCR/contactus.cfm for the address and phone number of the U.S. Department of Education office which serves your area, or call 1-800-4213481. The State of Missouri regional Office of Civil Rights is located in Kansas City and is available to provide assistance.

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Description of Services
The department has defined procedures (217 Policy - Victim and Witness Protocols.doc) for responding to victims. Further, the department recognizes the importance of adequate victim/witness services. Responsiveness to the needs of crime victims and witnesses will be a priority for all department members. Information about applicable services, e.g., counseling, medical attention, compensation programs or emergency financial assistance, shelters, and victim advocacy is shared. Victims are also advised about what to do if the suspect or the suspect's companions or family threatens or otherwise intimidates him or her in addition to the subsequent steps in the processing of the case.

UCARE is a multidisciplinary team that provides assistance, response and evaluation to concerns regarding student behavior in order to provide the safest campus environment possible. By reviewing the totality of a situation, this committee is better able to deliver appropriate responses to situations involving students of concern. UCARE was formed following incidents that highlighted the need for greater communication and preparedness regarding student behavioral concerns. UCARE efforts pertain to students facing difficulty with a focus on prevention and amelioration strategies. Further information including training resources and risk assessment rubrics is available in the included UCARE folder. Offers individual, family and group counseling for children and adults. Services are designed to reduce symptoms and promote good mental health in a time-effective, compassionate manner through use of: psychological evaluations, individual, family, and group counseling, crisis interventions, medication management and psychiatric evaluations A Court Advocate is not an attorney, but they are familiar with the legal system and can help with explanations of your legal rights and options in a domestic and/or sexual violence civil and criminal situations. Court Advocacy services: Assisting with Emergency order of protection Assisting with Full order of protections Assisting with Child order of protection Being a support system and accompaniment for victims on court date(s) Education on victim rights regarding domestic and sexual violence Education on Adult Abuse Act Safety planning Liaison, only at the direction of victim, with civil and criminal judicial system personnel Follow-up advocacy, at the victim's request, with court and law enforcement personnel, prosecutors, probation and parole personnel, juvenile authorities and the victims attorney A court advocate provides necessary information and referrals to other agencies and resources. Services: o Shelter and motel placement o Domestic violence and sexual assault crisis intervention o Case management o Court advocacy o Support groups for women o Professional therapy for women, children, and men o Structured program for children o Non-residential services

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SERVICES
Description of Services
Services available at the hospital include: nationally accredited cancer care services, cardiac catheterization lab and cardiac rehabilitation, full-service medical imaging (including MRI, CT, PET/CT, nuclear medicine, ultrasound, bone density and general radiology), comprehensive surgical services and ambulatory surgery unit, OB/maternity center, inpatient nursing units, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services, skilled nursing, home health and hospice services, the Comprehensive Breast Center, inpatient and outpatient mental health programs, sleep center and educational and community service programs.

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SERVICES
Description of Services
Services Include Shelter: We can provide safe and secure shelter Referrals: When appropriate, we can help coordinate and refer to other shelters Support groups: We provide support groups throughout the week for domestic and sexual violence. Support groups are held in Phelps, Maries, Dent and Crawford counties, call Russell House during office hours for exact times and locations. Health & Wellness groups: We provide information on health and wellness, such as: healthy eating, physical fitness, stress relieving techniques Batterers intervention: We provide services for volunteer and court ordered men from Phelps, Dent, Crawford, and Maries counties by providing information, techniques, and options for men who want to stop their controlling behaviors. Advocacy: We can help you with suggestions and help you plan for your safety; assist in finding community resources that are available and appropriate. Court Advocacy: We can help with explanations of your legal rights and assist in legal processes such as Order of Protection. 24 Hour Crisis Hot-line: We provide confidential crisis intervention & counsel ling Individual Adult and Children's Counseling: Therapy is provided for adults and children to address issues of domestic and sexual violence. Outreach Offices: The general public can receive services in regards to domestic and sexual violence which can include: court advocacy, crisis advocacy, referrals, support groups and other services in offices located in Phelps, Maries, Dent and Crawford counties. Community Outreach: Providing the community with opportunities to learn more about violence in our communities.

Volunteer: Providing the community opportunities to volunteer for a one time or continual basis Primary Prevention & Violence Prevention Education: Providing the community education about preventing violence and bystander intervention. Women's shelter offering services for domestic violence. Mon-Fri - 8:00am to 5:00pm Primary Services: Abuse/Violence Related Support Groups Abuse/Violence Related Support Groups Crime Victim Support Domestic Violence Hotlines Domestic Violence Intervention Programs Domestic Violence Shelters General Crisis Intervention Hotlines In Person Crisis Intervention Life Skills Education Parenting Skills Classes Spouse/Intimate Partner Abuse Counseling

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SERVICES
Name of Service
Campus SaVE Committee

Student Point of Contact


Shenethia Manuel, J.D. Associate Vice Chancellor, Human Resource Services, Affirmative Action, Diversity and Inclusion 113 Centennial Hall 300 W. 12th Street Rolla, MO 65409 (573) 341-4920 manuels@mst.edu http://diversity.mst.edu/

Point of Contact for Concerned Others


Shenethia Manuel, J.D. Associate Vice Chancellor, Human Resource Services, Affirmative Action, Diversity and Inclusion 113 Centennial Hall 300 W. 12th Street Rolla, MO 65409 (573) 341-4920 manuels@mst.edu http://diversity.mst.edu/

Communicaiton of Services
Annual notices eConnection communication Resource cards/brochures Website Workshops/trainings Free

Cost

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SERVICES
Name of Service
Counseling, Disability Support, & Student Wellness

Student Point of Contact


Counseling, Disability Support, & Student Wellness 204 Norwood Hall 320 W. 12th St. Rolla, MO 65409 573.341.4211 http://counsel.mst.edu Students will engage with a professional Licensed Counselor or Psychologist Dr. Patti J. Fleck, Director CDSW pfleck@mst.edu 573-341-4211; Diane Benit Stutts, M.A., LPC, Assistant Director CDSW dianes@mst.edu 573.341.4211 Services provided by licensed counselors and psychologists are free and confidential within ethical and legal limitations.

Point of Contact for Concerned Others


Counseling, Disability Support, & Student Wellness 204 Norwood Hall 320 W. 12th St. Rolla, MO 65409 573.341.4211 http://counsel.mst.edu Services provided by licensed counselors and psychologists, are free and confidential within ethical and legal limitations.

Communicaiton of Services
Ask.Listen.Refer. marketing materials Annual Parental Notification eConnection mailing based on issues/needs Family Guidebook Freshman orientation sessions Miner-Rama PRO panel sessions Resource cards/brochures Screening events Student and staff/faculty listservs Student Handbook Student Health 101 Wellness promotions Word of mouth Workshops/trainings Free

Cost

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SERVICES
Name of Service
Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs

Student Point of Contact


Community Standards & Student Conduct 107 Norwood Hall 320 W. 12th St. Rolla, MO 65409 (573) 341-4292 values@mst.edu http://communitystandards.mst. edu Student Affairs 107 Norwood Hall 320 W. 12th St. Rolla, MO 65409 (573) 341-4292 stuaff@mst.edu http://stuaff.mst.edu/

Point of Contact for Concerned Others


Community Standards & Student Conduct 107 Norwood Hall 320 W. 12th St. Rolla, MO 65409 (573) 341-4292 values@mst.edu http://communitystandards.mst.e du Student Affairs 107 Norwood Hall 320 W. 12th St. Rolla, MO 65409 (573) 341-4292 stuaff@mst.edu http://stuaff.mst.edu/

Communicaiton of Services
Annual Parental Notification eConnection communication Family Guidebook Freshman orientation sessions Miner-Rama PRO panel sessions Resource cards/brochures Student and staff/faculty listservs Student Conduct Committee Student Handbook Student Health 101 Workshops/trainings Free

Cost

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SERVICES
Name of Service
Student Health Services (SHS)

Student Point of Contact


Student Health Complex 910 W. 10th St. Rolla MO 65409 Phone: (573) 341-4284 Fax: (573) 341-6967 mstshs@mst.edu Students will engage with a medical doctor, physicians assistant, or licensed psychiatrist. Dr. Dennis Goodman, M.D. 573-341-4282 dgoodman@mst.edu

Point of Contact for Concerned Others


Student Health Complex 910 W. 10th St. Rolla MO 65409 Phone: (573) 341-4284 Fax: (573) 341-6967 mstshs@mst.edu

Communicaiton of Services
eConnection communication Family Guidebook Freshman orientation sessions Miner-Rama Outreach events PRO panel sessions Resource cards/brochures Student Handbook Student Health 101 Wellness promotions Word of mouth Workshops/trainings

Cost
The Student Health Fee covers most of the costs but some care and medications may require a copay. Specialty and hospital services can be billed to private insurances.

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SERVICES
Name of Service
Title IX Coordinator

Student Point of Contact


The following person serves as the campus Title IX Coordinator and is designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies and to serve as the overall campus coordinator for purposes of Title IX compliance: Shenethia Manuel, J.D. Associate Vice Chancellor, Human Resource Services, Affirmative Action, Diversity and Inclusion 113 Centennial Hall 300 W. 12th Street Rolla, MO 65409 (573) 341-4920 manuels@mst.edu http://diversity.mst.edu/ The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies as those policies apply to the University's Division of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation Services:

Point of Contact for Concerned Others


The following person serves as the campus Title IX Coordinator and is designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies and to serve as the overall campus coordinator for purposes of Title IX compliance: Shenethia Manuel, J.D. Associate Vice Chancellor, Human Resource Services, Affirmative Action, Diversity and Inclusion 113 Centennial Hall 300 W. 12th Street Rolla, MO 65409 (573) 341-4920 manuels@mst.edu http://diversity.mst.edu/ The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies as those policies apply to the University's Division of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation Services: Debbie Hickey Compliance CCR/FSCL Admn-

Communicaiton of Services
eConnection communication Family Guidebook Freshman orientation sessions Outreach events Resource cards/brochures Student Handbook Student Health 101 Wellness promotions Workshops/trainings Free

Cost

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SERVICES
Name of Service
University Police

Student Point of Contact


University Police 1201 N. State St. G10 Campus Support Facility Rolla, MO 65409-0470 (573) 341-4300 police@mst.edu

Point of Contact for Concerned Others


University Police 1201 N. State St. G10 Campus Support Facility Rolla, MO 65409-0470 (573) 341-4300 police@mst.edu

Communicaiton of Services
Campus Promotions Resource cards/brochures Student listservs Student Handbook Website Workshops/trainings Free

Cost

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SERVICES
Name of Service
University Committee for Assistance, Response, & Evaluation (UCARE)

Student Point of Contact


Members are outlined in the included flyer How to Contact UCARE UCARE, ucare@mst.edu, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, 573-341-4292 Barb S. Prewett, bprewett@mst.edu, Community Standards and Student Conduct, 573-341-4292 Patti J. Fleck, pfleck@mst.edu, Counseling, Disability Support, and Student Wellness, 573-3414211 Submit an online student of concern report

Point of Contact for Concerned Others


Members are outlined in the included flyer How to Contact UCARE UCARE, ucare@mst.edu, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, 573-341-4292 Barb S. Prewett, bprewett@mst.edu, Community Standards and Student Conduct, 573-341-4292 Patti J. Fleck, pfleck@mst.edu, Counseling, Disability Support, and Student Wellness, 573-341-4211 Submit an online student of concern report

Communicaiton of Services
Annual Parental Notification eConnection mailing based on issues/needs Faculty outreach each semester Family Guidebook Freshman orientation sessions Miner-Rama PRO panel sessions Resource cards/brochures Student and staff/faculty listservs Student Handbook Student Health 101 Wellness promotions Word of mouth Workshops/trainings Free

Cost

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SERVICES
Name of Service
Pathways Counseling

Student Point of Contact


Pathways Community Health 1450 E 10th Street P.O. Box 921 Rolla , MO 65402 (573) 364-7551 (573) 364-4898 fax

Point of Contact for Concerned Others


Pathways Community Health 1450 E 10th Street P.O. Box 921 Rolla , MO 65402 (573) 364-7551 (573) 364-4898 fax

Communicaiton of Services
Community & school outreach Local health and special events Local newspapers Mailing promotions and follow-up Press releases Publications Radio broadcasting Sponsorships Website

Cost
Services are tailored to each individual, as is the payment process. Pathways works on an individualized basis to create a payment plan that will work for the client. Cost varies depending on the service being provided and is disclosed at the time of your initial assessment. Payment is accepted in the form of insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, selfpay (cash, check and credit card). Scholarships, United Way and Department of Mental Health funding may be available.

Phelps County Court Advocate

Phelps County Court House Court Advocate (Office) 1-573-458-6265 or (Cell) 1-573-578-8653 Hours: M: 9:00-6:00 T, W, TH: 9:00-5:00 F: 9:00-4:00 Prosecuting Attorney Victim Advocate Courthouse 200 North Main St. Rolla, MO 65401 Phone: 573-458-6160 Fax: 573-364-8594

Phelps County Court House Court Advocate (Office) 1-573-458-6265 or (Cell) 1573-578-8653 Hours: M: 9:00-6:00 T, W, TH: 9:00-5:00 F: 9:00-4:00 Prosecuting Attorney Victim Advocate Courthouse 200 North Main St. Rolla, MO 65401 Phone: 573-458-6160 Fax: 573-364-8594

Website Information Mailings Prevention programs and activities Hosted events Outreach Services Court advocacy Support Groups

Free

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SERVICES
Name of Service
Phelps County Family Crisis Services

Student Point of Contact


Phelps County Family Crisis Services/ Russell House P.O. Box 2259 Rolla, MO 65402 Hotline: 800-998-8340 Hotline: 573-364-0222 Office: 573-364-0579 Fax: 573-367-1824 rhed@fidmail.com Medical Office Building 1050 West Tenth Street Rolla, MO 65401 (573) 364 9000 Mercy Clinics-Rolla 1605 Martin Springs Drive Rolla, MO 65401 Inpatient Services 1050 West Tenth Street Rolla, MO 65401 573-458-8899 ContactUs@pcrmc.com http://www.pcrmc.com Outpatient Services The Center Clinic 575 B Blues Lake Parkway Rolla, MO 65401 573-364-2007

Point of Contact for Concerned Others


Phelps County Family Crisis Services/ Russell House P.O. Box 2259 Rolla, MO 65402 Hotline: 800-998-8340 Hotline: 573-364-0222 Office: 573-364-0579 Fax: 573-367-1824 rhed@fidmail.com Medical Office Building 1050 West Tenth Street Rolla, MO 65401 (573) 364 9000 Mercy Clinics-Rolla 1605 Martin Springs Drive Rolla, MO 65401 Inpatient Services 1050 West Tenth Street Rolla, MO 65401 573-458-8899 ContactUs@pcrmc.com http://www.pcrmc.com Outpatient Services The Center Clinic 575 B Blues Lake Parkway Rolla, MO 65401 573-364-2007

Communicaiton of Services
Website Information Mailings Prevention programs and activities Hosted events Outreach Services Court advocacy Support Groups Free

Cost

Phelps County Regional Medical Center

Charity & Other Uncompensated Care Community & school outreach Local health and special events Local newspapers Mailing promotions and follow-up Press releases Publications, Foundation In Focus Radio broadcasting Sponsorships Vim & Vigor magazine Website

Phelps County Regional Medical Center is committed to caring for patients 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year regardless of a patients ability to pay. Every day, PCRMC treats people who lack health insurance or cant afford to pay for quality health care unless they receive financial assistance. PCRMC provides necessary health care at no charge or at a reduced charge to those who meet the financial need requirements. Financial assistance is generally for people who do not have other financial resources available, such as insurance, government programs, or regular income.

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SERVICES
Name of Service
Russell House

Student Point of Contact


Russell House P.O. Box 2259 Rolla, MO 65401 Toll Free: 1-800-998-8340 Fax: 1-573-364-1824 contact@russellhouse.info 24-Hour Domestic Violence Crisis Line 1-800-998-8340 http://www.russellhouse.info/

Point of Contact for Concerned Others


Russell House P.O. Box 2259 Rolla, MO 65401 Toll Free: 1-800-998-8340 Fax: 1-573-364-1824 contact@russellhouse.info 24-Hour Domestic Violence Crisis Line 1-800-998-8340 http://www.russellhouse.info/

Communicaiton of Services
Website Information Free Newsletter Prevention programs and activities Hosted events Outreach Offices Court advocacy Support Groups o Crawford County: o Dent County: o Maries County: o Domestic Violence Support 10:00-11:00, Fridays o Sexual Violence Support Group: 9:00-10:00, Fridays o Phelps County: o Domestic Violence Support Group: 6:00-7:00, Thursdays o Sexual Violence Support Group: 2:00-3:00, Wednesdays Russell House is dedicated to providing community members with Primary Prevention activities within the Socio-Ecological Model, in order to achieve the goal of ending violence in our communities, the society and the world. Russell House uses the CDC definition and model of

Cost

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SERVICES
Name of Service Student Point of Contact Point of Contact for Concerned Others
The Women's Crisis Center Crawford County 116 E. Main Crawford County Outreach Office Steelville, MO 65565 (573) 775-5101 MAILING ADDRESS PO Box 2259 Rolla, MO 65402 https://www.facebook.com/pages /The-Womens-Crisis-Centerpcfcs/212071152213503 Dent County Womens Crisis Center 103 East Fourth Street, Salem, MO 65560 (Office) 573-729-4774 or (Cell) 573578-3586 Hours: M-F: 8:00-4:00 Maries County Women's Crisis Center 109 Main St., P.O. Box 134, Vienna, MO 65582 (Office) 1-573-202-6586 or (Cell) 1573-202-4103 Hours: M,T,W,F: 9:00-1:00

Communicaiton of Services
Website Information Mailings Prevention programs and activities Hosted events Outreach Services Court advocacy Support Groups Free

Cost

The Women's Crisis Center The Women's Crisis Center Crawford County 116 E. Main Crawford County Outreach Office Steelville, MO 65565 (573) 775-5101 MAILING ADDRESS PO Box 2259 Rolla, MO 65402 https://www.facebook.com/page s/The-Womens-Crisis-Centerpcfcs/212071152213503 Dent County Womens Crisis Center 103 East Fourth Street, Salem, MO 65560 (Office) 573-729-4774 or (Cell) 573-578-3586 Hours: M-F: 8:00-4:00 Maries County Women's Crisis Center 109 Main St., P.O. Box 134, Vienna, MO 65582 (Office) 1-573-202-6586 or (Cell) 1-573-202-4103 Hours: M,T,W,F: 9:00-1:00

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Unit Interaction/Collaboration
Academic Departments Athletics & Recreation Career Opportunities & Employer Relations Enrollment Management Counseling, Disability Support, & Student Wellness Faculty Senate Freshman Engineering Graduate Studies Joe's PEERS International Affairs Leadership & Cultural Programs Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Parents Partners In Prevention Phelps County Regional Medical Center Prevention Consultants of Missouri New Student Programs (PRO) Residential Life Russell House S&T Alcohol Coalition (A TEAM) Staff Council Student Health Services Student Life Undergraduate Studies University Committee for Assistance, Response, & Evaluation (UCARE) University Police

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Unit Interaction/Collaboration
Academic Departments Athletics & Recreation Career Opportunities & Employer Relations Enrollment Management Faculty Senate Freshman Engineering Graduate Studies Joe's PEERS International Affairs Leadership & Cultural Programs Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Parents Partners In Prevention Phelps County Regional Medical Center Prevention Consultants of Missouri New Student Programs (PRO) Residential Life Russell House S&T Alcohol Coalition (A TEAM) Staff Council Student Health Student Life Undergraduate Studies University Committee for Assistance, Response, & Evaluation (UCARE) University Police

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Unit Interaction/Collaboration
Academic Departments, Athletics & Recreation Career Opportunities & Employer Relations Enrollment Management Counseling, Disability Support, & Student Wellness Faculty Senate Freshman Engineering Graduate Studies Human Resource Service, Affirmative Action, Diversity & Inclusion Joe's PEERS International Affairs Leadership & Cultural Programs Parents Partners In Prevention Phelps County Regional Medical Center Prevention Consultants of Missouri New Student Programs (PRO) Residential Life Russell House S&T Alcohol Coalition (A TEAM) Staff Council Student Health Services Student Life Undergraduate Studies University Committee for Assistance, Response, & Evaluation (UCARE) University Police

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Unit Interaction/Collaboration
Academic Departments Athletics & Recreation Career Opportunities & Employer Relations Enrollment Management Counseling, Disability Support, & Student Wellness Faculty Senate Freshman Engineering Graduate Studies Joe's PEERS International Affairs Leadership & Cultural Programs Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Parents Partners In Prevention Phelps County Regional Medical Center Prevention Consultants of Missouri New Student Programs (PRO) Residential Life Russell House S&T Alcohol Coalition (A TEAM) Staff Council Student Life Undergraduate Studies University Committee for Assistance, Response, & Evaluation (UCARE) University Police

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Unit Interaction/Collaboration
Academic Departments, Athletics & Recreation Career Opportunities & Employer Relations Enrollment Management Counseling, Disability Support, & Student Wellness Faculty Senate Freshman Engineering Graduate Studies Human Resource Services, Affirmative Action, Diversity & Inclusion Joe's PEERS International Affairs Leadership & Cultural Programs Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Parents, Partners In Prevention Phelps County Regional Medical Center Prevention Consultants of Missouri New Student Programs (PRO) Residential Life Russell House S&T Alcohol Coalition (A TEAM) Staff Council Student Health Services Student Life Undergraduate Studies University Committee for Assistance, Response, & Evaluation (UCARE) University Police

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Unit Interaction/Collaboration
Academic Departments Athletics & Recreation Career Opportunities & Employer Relations Community Standards & Student Conduct Counseling, Disability Support, & Student Wellness Enrollment Management Faculty Senate Freshman Engineering Joe's PEERS Leadership & Cultural Programs Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Parents New Student Programs (PRO) S&T Alcohol Coalition (A TEAM) Student Health Student Life Undergraduate Studies University Committee for Assistance, Response, & Evaluation (UCARE) University Police

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Unit Interaction/Collaboration
Academic Departments Athletics & Recreation Career Opportunities & Employer Relations Enrollment Management Counseling, Disability Support, & Student Wellness Faculty Senate Freshman Engineering Graduate Studies Human Resource Service, Affirmative Action, Diversity & Inclusion Joe's PEERS International Affairs Leadership & Cultural Programs Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Parents Partners In Prevention Phelps County Regional Medical Center Prevention Consultants of Missouri New Student Programs (PRO) Residential Life Russell House S&T Alcohol Coalition (A TEAM) Staff Council Student Health Services Student Life Undergraduate Studies University Police

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Unit Interaction/Collaboration
PCRMC Medical Group Phelps County Regional Medical Center Missouri S&T Russell House

The Women's Crisis Center- Crawford County Dent County Women's Crisis Center Maries County Women's Crisis Center Phelps County Court House Court Advocate Phelps County Regional Medical Center Russell House

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Unit Interaction/Collaboration
The Women's Crisis Center- Crawford County Dent County Women's Crisis Center Maries County Women's Crisis Center Phelps County Court House Court Advocate Phelps County Regional Medical Center Russell House

Allergy & Asthma Consultants Anderson Foot Clinic Central Missouri Urology Crawford Medical Clinic Dr. David's Family Practice Goodman Medical Clinic Maries Medical Clinic Mercy Clinic Family Medicine - St. Robert Mercy Clinics-St. James Missouri S&T Outpatient Clinic PCRMC Medical Group PCRMC Medical Group - Bass Clinic PCRMC Medical Group - Bond Clinic PCRMC Medical Group - Dent County PCRMC Medical Group - Forest City Family Practice PCRMC Medical Group - McMullin Clinic PCRMC Medical Group Heart & Vascular Center Pulaski Medical Clinic Rolla Dermatology Rolla Family Clinic Rolla Neurology Rolla Ophthalmology Associates Washington University Heart Care Institute

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Unit Interaction/Collaboration
The Women's Crisis Center- Crawford County Dent County Women's Crisis Center Maries County Women's Crisis Center Phelps County Court House Court Advocate Missouri S&T Phelps County Regional Medical Center

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Unit Interaction/Collaboration
The Women's Crisis Center- Crawford County Dent County Women's Crisis Center Maries County Women's Crisis Center Phelps County Court House Court Advocate Phelps County Regional Medical Center

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POLICIES
Name of Policy
ADD/ADHD C-II Medication Policy & Procedure

Policy Reference (campus, CR&R, etc.)


Campus

Students (U/G/ALL)
ALL

Policy Summary
This policy outlines the scope of practice at Student Health Services (SHS) does NOT include the diagnosis of ADD/ADHD nor the treatment thereof with medications. Additionally, due to a dearth of providers, services are limited in the regional area. SHS will assist any student on an individual basis to make the best decisions regarding the academic and social impacts of ADD/ADHD.

Any Points of Contact


Student Health Complex 910 W. 10th St. Rolla MO 65409 Phone: (573) 341-4284 Fax: (573) 341-6967 mstshs@mst.edu

Commmunication of Policy

280.010 Student Health Services

UM Collected Rules & Regulations (CRR)

ALL

This policy is designed to protect the campus community against the spread of communicable and contagious diseases. The policy authorizes each campus chancellor to establish policy to combat and control specific communicable diseases and require immunizations. Further, it authorizes the university to require students to submit satisfactory medical information and authorizes a Student Health Officer for each campus who can recommend or require any student to withdraw if he/she has a medical condition that constitutes a hazard to self or others.

Missouri S&T Student Health Officer Dr. UM System and campus websites Annual Denis Goodman, M.D dgoodman@mst.edu policy notification Student Health Complex 910 W. 10th St. Rolla MO 65409 Phone: (573) 341-4284 Fax: (573) 341-6967 mstshs@mst.edu

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POLICIES
Name of Policy
200.010 Standard of Conduct

Policy Reference (campus, CR&R, etc.)


UM Collected Rules & Regulations All

Students (U/G/ALL)

Policy Summary
Defines the minimal behavioral expectations of students. This police was amended in July 2012 to specifically prohibit nonconsensual sexual behavior, stalking, harassment, and invasion of privacy.

Any Points of Contact


For non-academic misconduct: Community Standards & Student Conduct 107 Norwood Hall 320 W. 12th St. Rolla, MO 65409 (573) 341-4292 values@mst.edu http://communitystandards.mst.edu/ Code of Conduct http://www.umsystem.edu/ums/rules/collected_rules/progr ams/ch200/200.010_standard_of_conduct

Commmunication of Policy
Annual parental notification mailing in July A TEAM promotions Each semester electronic notices are issued to students Website Residential Life Hall Review RA and Hall Government Training Greek Life and Recognized Student Organizations Training Student Conduct Committee promotions

200.020 Rules of Procedures In Student Conduct Matters

UM Collected Rules & Regulations

All

Outlines the procedures for use in student conduct matters. Both an informal and formal option are available.

For non-academic misconduct: Community Standards & Student Conduct 107 Norwood Hall 320 W. 12th St. Rolla, MO 65409 (573) 341-4292 values@mst.edu http://communitystandards.mst.edu/ Rules of Procedures in Student Conduct Matters:

Annual parental notification mailing in July A TEAM promotions Each semester electronic notices are issued to students Website Residential Life Hall Review RA and Hall Government Training Greek Life and Recognized Student Organizations Training http://www.umsystem.edu/ums/rules/collected_rules/progr Student Conduct Committee ams/ch200/200.020_rules_of_procedures_in_stu promotions dent_conduct_matters

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POLICIES
Name of Policy
330.060 Sexual Harassment

Policy Reference (campus, CR&R, etc.)


UM Collected Rules & Regulations All

Students (U/G/ALL)

Policy Summary
It is the policy of the University of Missouri, in accord with providing a positive discrimination-free environment, that sexual harassment in the work place or the educational environment is unacceptable conduct. Sexual harassment is subject to discipline, up to and including separation from the institution. The policy also addresses non-retaliation

Any Points of Contact

Commmunication of Policy

Affirmative Action Officer Employee handbook Shenethia Manuel, J.D. Website Associate Vice Chancellor, Human Resource Services, Affirmative Action, Diversity and Inclusion 113 Centennial Hall, 300 W. 12th Street, Rolla, MO 65409 (573) 341-4920 manuels@mst.edu; http://diversity.mst.edu/ http://www.umsystem.edu/ums/rules/collected_rules/perso nnel/ch330/330.060_sexual_harassment Options for redress include pursuing appropriate informal resolution procedures as defined by the individual campuses. These procedures are available from the campus Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Officer or initiating a complaint or grievance within the period of time prescribed by the applicable grievance procedure. Faculty are referred to Section 370.010, "Academic Grievance Procedures"; staff to Section 380.010, "Grievance Procedure for Administrative, Service and Support Staff" and students to Section 390.010, "Discrimination Grievance Procedure for Students". Pursuing a complaint or informal resolution procedure does not compromise one's rights to initiate a grievance or seek redress under state or federal laws.

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POLICIES
Name of Policy Policy Reference (campus, CR&R, etc.)
All

Students (U/G/ALL)

Policy Summary
It is the policy of the University of Missouri to provide equal opportunity for all enrolled students and applicants for admission to the University on the basis of merit without discrimination on the basis of their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age or disability, or Vietnam era veteran status. Sexual harassment shall be considered discrimination because of sex. This policy shall not be interpreted in such a way as to violate the legal rights of religious organizations or military organizations associated with the Armed Forces of the United States of America. A complaint is an informal claim of discriminatory treatment and may be filed through the informal procedure set forth in the policy. The policy also provides a process for filing of a formal grievance which is a written allegation of discrimination which is related to: 1. Recruitment and admission to the institution. 2. Admission to and treatment while enrolled in an education program. 3. Employment as a student employee on campus. 4. Other matters of significance relating to campus living or student life

Any Points of Contact


Grievance Consultant Shenethia Manuel, J.D. Associate Vice Chancellor, Human Resource Services, Affirmative Action, Diversity and Inclusion 113 Centennial Hall 300 W. 12th Street Rolla, MO 65409 (573) 341-4920 manuels@mst.edu http://diversity.mst.edu/ Office of the Vice Chancellor 107 Norwood Hall 320 W. 12th St. Rolla, MO 65409 (573) 341-4292 stuaff@mst.edu http://www.umsystem.edu/ums/rules/collected_rules/facult y/ch390/grievance_390.010

Commmunication of Policy
Each semester electronic notices are issued to students Website Residential Life Hall Review RA and Hall Government Training Greek Life and Recognized Student Handbook Student Conduct Committee promotions

Discrimination Grievance UM Collected Rules & Procedure for Students Regulations

Preventing Sexual Harassment

Campus

Employees (including student employees)

It is the policy of the Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T) for all employees to successfully complete the Preventing Sexual Harassment interactive computer training on an annual basis.

Affirmative Action Officer Shenethia Manuel, J.D. Associate Vice Chancellor, Human Resource Services, Affirmative Action, Diversity and Inclusion 113 Centennial Hall 300 W. 12th Street Rolla, MO 65409 (573) 341-4920 manuels@mst.edu http://diversity.mst.edu/

Annual compliance notification Employee handbook Website

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POLICIES
Name of Policy
Sexual or Racial Harassment I-29

Policy Reference (campus, CR&R, etc.)


Campus

Students (U/G/ALL)

Policy Summary

Any Points of Contact

Commmunication of Policy

All students, staff It is the policy of the Missouri University of Science and faculty and Technology (Missouri S&T) that sexual or racial harassment in the work place or the educational environment will not be condoned. Any knowledge of such behavior must be promptly reported to the Office of Human Resource Services, Affirmative Action, Diversity and Inclusion. If a satisfactory informal settlement following the procedures described below cannot be reached, the regular University grievance procedures shall be used.

Affirmative Action Officer Shenethia Manuel, J.D. Campus notifications Associate Vice Chancellor, Human Resource Services, Student Handbook Affirmative Action, Diversity and Inclusion Website 113 Centennial Hall 300 W. 12th Street Rolla, MO 65409 (573) 341-4920 manuels@mst.edu http://diversity.mst.edu/ http://chancellor.mst.edu/media/administrative/chancellor/ documents/policy/I-29.pdf

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SERVICES
Name of Service
Counseling Services Campus Health Services Psychiatry Service Campus Police Social Worker Community Psychological Services Campus Campus Campus Campus Campus Community & students

Campus/Community

Students (U/G/ALL)
Students (U/G/ALL) Students (U/G/All) Students (U/G/ALL) Students (U/G/ALL), Faculty & Staff Students (U/G/ALL) Students (U/G/ALL) Students, faculty & staff

Description of Services
Handles psychological emergencies, offers psychological counseling. Nurse practitioner collaborates with Psychiatrist Psycharist appointment with students Specifically trained to identify mental illness Offers crisis and public assistance, advocacy, & prevention. Offers counseling & emergencies; subsidy for student services provided by Vice Provost Office Campus suggests six community agencies that assist victims of violence. Specializing in crisis mgt., advocacy,& counseling

Community Support Services Campus & Community

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SERVICES
Name of Service
Counseling Services Campus Health Services Psychiatry Service Campus Police Social Worker Community Psychological Services

Student Point of Contact


Office in MSC Health services office Referred by Counseling or Health Center. Chief & Police officers Vice Provost Office

Point of Contact for Concerned Others


Counseling services office Health services office Health or Counseling Services Police Department Vice Provost Office

Communicaiton of Services
Orientations, outreach, work of mouth Education to campus, outreach to units & orientation Education to campus, outreach to units & orientation Educational outreach & print and web material Brochure, website, word of mouth

Cost
Free, next session $10, fee negotiable Free $50 for new students No cost

Unit Interaction/Collaboration
Health Services, Counseling, Police, Vice Provost Office Health Services, Counseling, Police, Vice Provost Office Referred by Health Services, Counseling, Vice Provost Office Health Services, Counseling, Police, Vice Provost Office Health Services, Counseling, Police, Vice Provost Office

Director of Community Psychological Services Health & Counseling center suggest & Community Support Services information on website

Vice Provost Office Community services

Referrals Educational material & as needed

No cost Avg. $11 for students, subsidized Health Services, Counseling, Campus Police, by SA Vice Provost Office Many are free, Vary by agency Community agencies

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SERVICES
Name of Service Campus/Community Students (U/G/ALL) Description of Services
1. Services and procedures for VAWA* & SaVE* compliance. 2. Provide leadership for Student Conduct and Community Standards. 3. Explain academic relief options if needed. 1. Services and procedures for VAWA* & SaVE* compliance. 2. Advise & inform victims & families of rights, expectations, & services. 1. Services and procedures for VAWA* & SaVE* compliance. 2. Advises victims of rights, resources, & procedures 1. Services and procedures for VAWA* & SaVE* compliance. 2. Follow-up w/victims supporting recovery & choices

Office of Student Affairs

Campus

Students (U/G/ALL), faculty, staff, visitors Students, faculty, & staff Students & athletes Students, faculty & staff

Office of Equal Opportunity & Diversity Campus Athletics & Campus Recreation Campus Counseling Services Health, Wellness, Counseling, & Disability Services Residential Life & Housing Office of Student Life Social Work-Based ServicesStudent Affairs Police Department Case Management Committee Intervention Team Online Violence Prevention Program Serious on Safety website Comprehensive Prevention Program Campus

Campus Campus Campus Campus Campus Campus Campus Campus Campus Campus

1. Services and procedures for VAWA* & SaVE* compliance. 2. Explain choices, provide medication & exams if needed. 1. Services and procedures for VAWA* & SaVE* compliance. 2. Serve as victim advocate explaining processes, Students living in campus provided housing services, & rights. 1. Services and procedures for VAWA* & SaVE* compliance. 2. Serve as victim advocate explaining processes, Students services, & rights. 1. Services and procedures for VAWA* & SaVE* compliance. 2. Serve as victim advocate explaining processes, Students services, resources & rights.3. Explain academic relief options as needed. 1. Services and procedures for VAWA* & SaVE* compliance. 2. Assess incident & conduct investigation if asked. 3. Faculty, staff, students, & visitors Explain choices, prosecution process, & rights to victim. Collaborative committee meets every 2 weeks to share information on issues of concern. Membership is cross Students (UG/G/All) campus. Meets as needed. Addresses inappropriate behavior & dangerous actions before causing harm to our learning Students (UG/G/All) environment. Cross campus membership. Students, faculty & staff Students Students, faculty, & staff Students, faculty, & staff Online training program to educate students on violence prevention. Website created as one-stop shop containing pertinent safety information. Training program for students & staff who may address issues of violence. *VAWA- Violence Against Women Act

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SERVICES
Name of Service Student Point of Contact Point of Contact for Concerned Others Communicaiton of Services Cost Unit Interaction/Collaboration

Office of Student Affairs

Vice Provost for Student Affairs & Assistant Dean of All orientations, campus-wide Students/Conduct Officer Referred to OEO, Campus Police or emails, student organizational (Deputy Title IX Coordinator) Counseling Services meetings. Same or referred to student conduct officer or Campus Police Same

No cost

Works with all campus & community resources, manages Case Mgt. Committee and Intervention Team Works with Intevention Team & Case Management Committee Title IX Office and Vice Provost Office

Office of Equal Opportunity & Diversity Title IX Officer Athletics & Campus Reports to Deputy Title IX Recreation Coordinator

Faculty & staff orientation. Orientations, athletic eligibility meetings & team meetings.

No Cost No cost

Counseling Services Health, Wellness, Counseling, & Disability Services

Call office, make appointment Nurse Practioner or Registered Nurse

Same

Same

Outreach during student events, brochures, education sessions in MSC. Referral by Police, Vice Provost 1st visit free, $10 Office, & Counseling and others. thereafter, fee negotiable Works with crisis team & case management. Outreach during student events, brochures, education sessions in MSC No cost Works with crisis team & case management. Conversation in student meetings (formally and informally), Resident/Desk Assistant Orientation and educational programming. No cost Student meetings, leadership opportunities, & orientations, New Greek Member Institute No cost Brochure of services available Outreach and printed material No cost No cost

Residential Life & Housing

Director of Residential Life

Vice Provost Office

Office of Vice Provost

Office of Student Life Social Work-Based ServicesStudent Affairs Police Department Case Management Committee Intervention Team Online Violence Prevention Program

Office of Student Life staff Social Worker Crisis Intervention Officers Assistant Dean of Students Vice Provost for Student Affairs Vice Provost Office

Vice Provost Office Vice Provost Office Police Chief, Trained Officers Vice Provost Office Vice Provost Office Students only

Office of Vice Provost Office of Vice Provost Works with all campus & community resources, manages case mgt. committee Cross campus & function membership Cross campus & function membership Division of Student Affairs; Campus PD All related campus areas that address safety issues and concerns, collaborated in design Units working with students are trained along with staff working with students.

Serious on Safety website; as needed No cost Serious on Safety website; as needed Email notification; required completion Listed many places on web index, explained in orientation sessions and in brochures. Training is part of job orientation or maintaining job. No cost No student cost

Serious on Safety website Comprehensive Prevention Program

Assistant Dean of Students Coordination in Vice Provost Office *SaVE-Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act

Campus only Campus only

No cost No cost

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UMSL MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES


POLICIES
Name of Policy
Collected Rules

Policy Reference (campus, CR&R, etc.)

Students (U/G/ALL)

Policy Summary

Any Points of Contact

Commmunication of Policy

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UMSL MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES


POLICIES
Name of Policy
UM Standard of Conduct Sexual Harassment Policy

Policy Reference (campus, CR&R, etc.)


Collected Rules Collected Rules

Students (U/G/ALL)
Students (U/G/ALL) All campus personnel Students (U/G/ALL) Visitors to campus

Policy Summary
Prohibits nonconsensual sexual behavior, stalking, harassment, & invasion of privacy. Prohibits unwelcome sexual advances & unwelcome verbal & physical conduct.

Any Points of Contact


Assistant Dean of Students OEO, Vice Provost Office

Commmunication of Policy
Student Orientations, handbook, brochures & website

Discrimination Grievance PolicyCollected Rules No Trespass Policy Collected Rules

Equal opportunity for all enrolled students & admission applicants. OEO, Vice Provost Office Visitors must obey campus rules or no trespass issued. Vice Provost Office, Campus Police

Student Orientations, handbook & website Serious on Safety website

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