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We encourage you all to reach out to all the amazing resources that exist for you, both on campus and in the Boston area.

We are here to help all Tufts students (on all campuses) who have been impacted by sexual violence regardless of the time or location the experience took place.   CARE is confidential; which means if you have concerns related to issues of sexual violence, you can seek measures of institutional support from CARE without being identified to the Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO) unless you give us permission to do so. With your consent, we can help with:

  • Academic support
  • Housing changes (if you no longer feel safe in your space)
  • No-Contact Orders and Stay Away Requests
  • Access to mental and physical healthcare services on and off campus
  • Anonymous Reporting
  • Formal complaints to OEO
  • File criminal reports with TUPD
  • Access to legal resources
  • Safety planning
  • Understanding reporting options

Tufts Resources

CARE  (University-wide resource) an help you change housing, get academic accommodations, and navigate the reporting process.

Tufts Health Services  (Medford/SMFA) offers STI testing and emergency contraception during their hours and will provide students with taxi vouchers to go to the hospital.

Medical services (Boston/Grafton)

Tufts Counseling and Mental Health Services(Medford/SMFA) is a confidential resource that offers free counseling.

Student Advisory & Health Administration (Boston/Grafton) - During normal business hours, this office provides short‐term confidential counseling for personal problems, academic concerns, career indecision, increased self‐awareness, stress management, anxiety, and family and interpersonal issues. There are NO medical services provided at this office.

Boston: 617‐636‐2700 | Grafton: 508‐839‐5302

Tufts University Chaplaincy  (University-wide resource) is a confidential resource at Tufts that is open to people of all religious denominations.

University Wide

Tufts Center for Awareness, Resources and Education handles all sexual misconduct investigations and the adjudication process.

Tufts University Police Department (TUPD) can connect you to the counselor on call and the Chaplain on call (both are confidential). TUPD can also provide you with taxi vouchers to and from hospitals and help you enforce Stay Away Requests and No Contact Orders.

Title IX Liaisons 
The Sexual Misconduct Reporting Liaisons (Title IX) are university employees who are available to receive reports of sex discrimination at Tufts, including sexual harassment and sexual assault. The liaisons can provide information regarding available resources, but are not responsible for investigating reports. Rather, they will direct the information they receive to the university’s Title IX Coordinator in the Center for Awareness, Resources and Education.

Medford/SMFA

The Office of the Dean of Student Affairs can assist in reporting sexual misconduct, getting academic accommodations and grant Stay Away Requests and No Contact Orders.

Boston

Friedman School of Nutrition Science & Policy

Patrick Webb, Dean for Academic Affairs
617-636-3779 | Patrick.Webb@tufts.edu

Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Science

Naomi Rosenberg, Dean
617-636-2143 | Naomi.Rosenberg@tufts.edu

School of Dental Medicine

Robert H. Kasberg Jr., Associate Dean of Admissions and Student Affairs
617-636-6539 | Robert.Kasberg@tufts.edu

School of Medicine

Amy Kuhlik, Dean of Student Affairs
617-636-6534 | Amy.Kuhlik@tufts.edu

Grafton

Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine

Rebecca Russo, Director of Admissions
508-839-7920 | Rebecca.Russo@tufts.edu

Off Campus Resources

Medical

Boston Area Rape Crisis Center is a confidential resource that has a free 24 hour hotline, legal aid, medical advocacy and counseling groups for survivors in the Boston Area.

1-800-841-8371

Beth-Israel Hospital is a SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) site.

Fenway Health offers medical resources for LGBTQ individuals in the Boston Area.

Cambridge Health Alliance Victims of Violence Program offers support and resources to people with experiences of sexual trauma.

617-665-2992

Medical

UMass Memorial Medical Center is a SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) site.

508-334-1000

Milford Regional Medical Center

508-473-1190

Daybreak Domestic Abuse

24-hour hotline: 508-755-9030

Pathways for Change (Rape Crisis Center of Central Massachusetts)

24-hour hotline: 800-870-5905

Medical

SANE sites in the state of Massachusetts

Legal

Boston Area Rape Crisis Center (BARCC) has a 24-hour hotline for survivors, and also offers counseling, legal support, medical advocacy, and education and training.

Victim Rights Law Center (VRLC) provides legal advice and representation to survivors concerning education, as well as in a variety of other arenas.

Massachusetts Bar Association (MASSBAR) provides a no-cost referral service to find a lawyer best suited to answer your legal questions.

Legal Assistance in the state of Massachusetts

The Massachusetts Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence

Title IX.com - "the internet's primary clearing house for all things Title IX."

Know Your IX is a national group of young activists that works to empower survivors and student activists with legal knowledge and helpful advice. It also works on policy change with the government, and societal change with media.

Rape Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN) offers a free 24-hour online hotline.

Stalking Resource Center

National Domestic Violence Hotline is a Hotline for survivors of domestic violence. 1-800-799-7233 | 1-800-787-3224 (TTY)

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline  1-800-273-8255 | Online chat options

Trans* Lifeline is a hotline staffed by trans* people for trans* people. 1-877-565-8860

1in6 The mission of 1in6 is to help men who have had unwanted or abusive sexual experiences in childhood live healthier, happier lives.

Male Survivor Male Survivor is committed to preventing, healing and eliminating all forms of sexual victimization of boys and men through support, treatment, research, education, advocacy and activism.

Circle of 6 With Circle of 6, you can connect with your friends to stay close, stay safe and prevent violence before it happens. The Circle of 6 app for iPhone and Android makes it quick and easy to reach the 6 friends you choose.