SERVICES AT CARROLL COLLEGE
We provide specialized support, resources, and information to Carroll College students, faculty, and staff who are primary or secondary survivors of intimate partner/dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
An advocate from The Friendship Center is available weekly on campus during office hours or by appointment throughout the week both on and off campus.
Our services are free, confidential, and available 24/7.
How We Can Help
Our client’s confidentiality is strictly protected through a law called Advocate Privilege. This means that our advocates and employees are not mandated reporters to Title IX, Carroll College, or any other agency unless the individual is under the age of 18 and the situation requires a report to Child Protective Services.
Our confidential services include:
24/7 advocacy and crisis support including medical and forensic exams and law enforcement interviews
Information about options for reporting to law enforcement and campus security
Information and advocacy for Title IX report and investigation processes
Help accessing student accommodations, campus no-contact orders, and other supportive services at Carroll and in the community
Information and assistance in filing an Order of Protection through civil court
Safety planning, emergency financial assistance, immediate safe shelter, and therapeutic referrals