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If you have experienced any problems regarding sexualized violence, sexual assault, rape, sexual misconduct, dating and domestic violence, sexual harassment, sex discrimination, stalking, or pregnancy rights consider the following for immediate actions.

What to do if you have been the victim of a Title IX violation?

Emergency reporting contacts
Contact Phone number
Title IX Resources 417-836-6810
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

Call the crisis hotline at 417-864-SAFE or 417-864-7233

A crisis hotline exists to help you through the hours immediately following an assault.

  • Advocates on-call 24-hours a day.
  • Availability to talk on the phone.
  • Availability to meet at the hospital or police department.
  • Victim advocates are available to accompany victims to the hospital for examination, care and possible evidence collection.