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Support at a Glance

Following sexual violence, partner violence, stalking, or sexual harrassment options include both support services and reporting.

Support

Confidential

SMSU Counseling Services
www.smsu.edu/campuslife/mentalhealthcounselingcenter
507-537-7150 or (800) 6558-2429
MentalHealth@smsu.edu
Counselors can meet with you, help you explore your options, or refer you to off-campus therapists. Reports to Title IX Office only if imminent risk or harm to self or others.

Anonymous

New Horizon’s Crisis Center
www.newhorizonscrisiscenter.org
(800)-881-7493
Provides confidential and free crisis intervention, advocacy, counseling, and education. NHCC has no obligation to report to SMSU Title IX Office. Advocates are available 24/7.

Private

Title IX Office
507-537-6657 or Erin.Kline@smsu.edu
Coordinates support. Facilitates academic flexibility or accommodations. Implements safety measures. Helps students understand procedural options and assists those pursuing SMSU grievance process. Support measures can be put into place without a formal complaint.

Reporting 

SMSU

Title IX Office
507-537-6657 or Erin.Kline@smsu.edu
Provides information about and helps navigate the Title IX process. You may speak to the Title IX Office about your options without disclosing all or any details, including the accused.

Police

SMSU Public Safety
www.smsu.edu/campuslife/publicsafety
507-537-7252
Public Safety officers can help connect with law enforcement.

New Horizon’s Crisis Center
www.newhorizonscrisiscenter.org
(800)-881-7493
Advocates are available 24/7 to accompany you to the hospital for an evidence preservation exam, & support navigating the law enforcement process.

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Contact

Title IX Coordinator
Dr. Erin Kline
507-537-6657
Erin.Kline@smsu.edu

In an emergency , please call 911 or contact University Public Safety at  507-537-7252.

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