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Off-Campus Resources

The University encourages those who have experienced Sexual Misconduct to seek support as needed at any time. The following are many of the resources available in the community that offer confidential medical support, confidential psychological/emotional support. For emergency situations contact campus police via 410-455-5555 or local police via 911. The Title IX Resources page continues to have a comprehensive list of resources as well.


The Women’s Law Center of Maryland Multi-Ethnic Domestic Violence Project
410.396.3294 |
Red Flag Campaign
National Center for Victims of Crime: Dating Violence Center
National Center for Victims of Crime: Stalking Resource Center
National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs for LGBTQ
National Latino Alliance for the Elimination of Domestic Violence
Project Sakinah: Muslim Community Support
Asian/Pacific Islander Domestic Violence Resource Project

24-Hour Services
GBMC’s SAFE Exam Program
443.849.3323 |
TurnAround, Inc. (Baltimore)
410.377.8111 |
The National Domestic Violence Hotline
1.800.799.7233 (SAFE) |
Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project
1.800.832.1901 |
House of Ruth (Baltimore)
410.889.7884 |
Hope Works (Howard County)
410.997.2272 |
410.466.8686 |
Family Crisis Center of Baltimore County
410.828.6390 |
Baltimore County Police Department
410.887.0872 |


*If you are interested in a free Sexual Assault Forensic Exam (SAFE) exam, it should happen within 120 hours/5 days of the assault and, if possible, before showering, using the bathroom, and changing or washing clothes. The University Health Services, the Women’s Center or University Police can arrange for free transportation for a SAFE exam.