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Take immediate action if you experience, or have experienced sexualized violence, sexual assault, rape, sexual misconduct, dating and domestic violence, sexual harassment, sex discrimination, stalking, or pregnancy rights violations:

Important contact information:

Emergency reporting contacts
Contact Phone number
Title IX Resources 417-836-4252
University Safety 417-836-5509
Springfield Police Department 417-864-1810 or 911
Emergency medical treatment contacts
Contact Phone number Address
Mercy Emergency-Trauma Center 417-820-2115 1235 E. Cherokee, Springfield, MO
Cox Emergency Department North 417-269-3393 1423 N. Jefferson Ave., Springfield, MO
Cox Emergency Department South 417-269-4083 3801 S. National Ave., Springfield, MO

The Victim Center 24-hour crisis response hotline: 417-864-SAFE or 417-864-7233

This service is available for telephone support and immediate crisis intervention. Trained volunteers and staff advocates are on call 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, and are available to:

  •  talk on the phone
  • meet at the hospital or police department
  • accompany victims to the hospital for examination, care and possible evidence collection
  • provide crisis counseling and referral services when appropriate