If you are in immediate danger, call 9-1-1
911 – 24 hours
Online sexual assault, domestic/ dating violence and stalking resources
The TU DVIS Advocate is still reachable by phone/email/Teams and the DVIS crisis line is still running
Pauli Younger: 918-631-2965, email@example.com
Mondays from 12-1, DVIS will open the chat group for college and university community members, who are survivors of interpersonal violence. Specially trained facilitators will assist throughout the group meeting. Additional times may become available if the need arises. ***Please note: This is not a TU organized, managed, or regulated resource***
Mental Health Association of Oklahoma free online groups
National Domestic Violence Hotline 800-799-7233 or TTY 800-787-3224 or CHAT at thehotline.org
741-741 (text START to be connected via chat to a professional counselor)
Title IX Coordinator – 918-596-9222
To raise concerns or to file a complaint under the Policy on Sexual Misconduct, Leah Asbury at TitleIX@utulsa.edu, Hardesty Hall, Room 3135, 918-631-4602. For more information please view the Notice of Rights under Title IX.
For those wishing to press charges in Tulsa County but are not experiencing an emergency, call 918-596-9222 to reach an operator.
Survivor Advocate (DVIS) – 918-631-2965
TU’s survivor advocate is available during regular business hours and by appointment to provide assistance with resources and advocacy. The survivor advocate can assist in the following: safety planning, facilitating SANE Exams, filing a protective order, accompaniment to court hearings, advocacy while speaking with law enforcement or campus security, and a number of other services. Please contact the survivor advocate’s office in Hardesty Hall at 918-631-2965 if you have questions or to request assistance.
Dean of Students – 918-631-2510
The Dean of Students or designee is available to help and work with students throughout the process, addressing short-term and long-term personal or academic issues that might arise, including options for assistance with changing academic, living, transportation, and working situations if requested and available. Visit the Office of Student Affairs.
Hardesty Hall, Room 3125
Office of Campus Security – 918-631-5555
Campus Security urges anyone who has experienced sexual violence to call 918-631-5555 immediately. A campus security officer can also be summoned by pressing the red button on any of the emergency phones (blue lights) or the phones outside residence halls located throughout the campus community.
Campus Security recommends the prompt reporting of sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. However, reports filed at a later date are also received. Reporting an incident does not obligate a person to press charges.
3115 East 8th Street
TU Counseling and Psychological Services – 918-631-2200
Located inside the Alexander Health Center, TU Counseling and Psychological Services provides free and confidential counseling services. Appointments may be made either in person or by calling 918-631-2200.
In the event of a crisis after regular hours, call Campus Security at 918-631-5555, and request to speak with the on call counselor. A counselor will contact you as soon as possible and/or Campus Security will facilitate other immediate supports for you. Twenty-four-hour back-up rape crisis counseling is also available through DVIS by calling 918-7HELPME (918-743-5763).
2946 East 5th Street
Alexander Health Center – 918-631-224
Physicians and nurses provide ongoing and follow up health care services for students, including pregnancy testing, counseling, referral services, sexually transmitted disease testing, diagnosis and treatment. The Alexander Health Center offers follow up care, including health care services for students who have chosen not to seek care immediately after an assault. The center is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., closed 12 p.m. to 1 p.m., Monday through Friday, and open until 9 p.m. on Tuesday evenings during the academic year.
2946 East 5th Street
Primary Contact Network
At any time, students may contact a member of the Primary Contact Network who is trained to respond to complaints of sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. All Primary Contacts (unless designated with a *) are considered mandatory reporters of Clery Act crimes, but are able to submit anonymous reports. Members of the Primary Contact Network are also available to answer any general questions related to sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence, or stalking, and can help with:
- Finding emotional support
- Getting medical care
- Reporting the crime to the police
- Preserving evidence and pressing charges
- Obtaining information regarding the rights of complainants and the University’s
- responsibilities regarding orders of protection, no contact orders, and other similar court orders
- Adjusting living arrangements
- Managing academic obligations
- Getting counseling
- Referring complaints of Sexual Harassment to the Title IX Coordinator
For more information, visit the Office of Student Affairs
Matthew Warren, Hardesty Hall, Room 3135, 918-631-4602
Kelsey Hancock, Hardesty Hall, Room 3140, 918-631-2324
Pauli Younger (DVIS), Hardesty Hall, Room 3145, 918-631-2965*
Mike Mills, Hardesty Hall, Room 3175, 918-631-2510
Alyson Garrison, Hardesty Hall, Room 3185, 918-631-3516
Larry Putman, Hardesty Hall, Room 3095, 918-631-2364
Michael McClendon, Hardesty Hall, Third Floor, 918-631-2200*
Joanne Davis, Lorton Hall, Room 308G, 918-631-2875
Schnea Nealy, Case Athletic Complex, Third Floor, 918-631-2255
Joey Oneal, Hardesty Hall, Room 1055A, 918-631-3045
Dare Chronister, Allen Chapman Student Union, Room 204, 918-631-2585
Kyle Meador, Hardesty Hall, Room 1020, 918-631-3590
Dave Kobel, Hardesty Hall, Room 2085, 918-631-3814
This project was supported by Grant No. _2016-WA-AX-0007__ awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.
DVIS Advocate on TU’s Campus: 918-631-2965
The DVIS advocate at TU is available during regular business hours to assist with issues surrounding interpersonal violence. This is a free service offered to all members of the TU campus community including students, staff, and faculty. The list below is not all-inclusive, but does cover many of the services provided by the DVIS advocate.
- Provide advocacy to victims of interpersonal crimes
- Safety planning
- Crisis intervention both in person and over the phone
- Answer questions about interpersonal violence and the process of reporting on campus
- Assist in filing Protective Orders
- Accompaniment to court hearings
- Accompaniment to SANE exams
- Advocacy while speaking with campus security, law enforcement, or other services
DVIS – 24 hour: 918-743-5763
All services at DVIS are offered free of charge (with the exception of offenders programs) and are available in both Tulsa and Creek Counties. The list below is not all-inclusive, but does cover many of our programs and services.
- Advocacy and counseling services
- Safety planning both in person and over the phone
- Crisis intervention
- Referrals to other community resources
- Shelter and safe housing
- Legal assistance (within certain financial guidelines) and court advocacy
- Offenders programming
- Community outreach and educational services
- Sexual assault services including SANE exam advocacy
The Family Safety Center: 918-742-7480
The Family Safety Center is a site in downtown Tulsa that provides a one-stop-shop to victims of interpersonal violence including domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking. Services are available to people of all ages and a number of offices have representatives present at the Family Safety Center.
- Emergency protective order filings
- Law enforcement reporting options
- Chaplain services
- Childcare during filing and court hearings
- Civil legal assistance and advice
- DA staff on site for consultation
- Medical forensic exams
- Safety planning/education
- Referrals to various community resources/partners
Oklahomans For Equality (OkEq): 918-743-4297
Oklahomans for Equality (OkEq) seeks equal rights for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) individuals and families through advocacy, education, programs, alliances, and the operation of the Dennis R. Neill Equality Center. For members of the LGBT community OkEq can provide targeted resources and support in a comforting environment.
- Supportive community of staff and volunteers
- Rainbow library and art gallery
- Support groups
- Counseling services
- Targeted services for transgender persons, LGBT youth, LGBT older adults, and others
- Equality Business Alliance
- Services specifically for children and families
Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault: 405-524-0700
The Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault is an organization devoted to supporting programs across the state of Oklahoma that address domestic violence and sexual assault.
- Provide training and resources to DV/SA programs
- Referrals to local DV/SA programs in communities across the state of Oklahoma
- Religious Organizations
Provides advocates and support to survivors of abuse as well as information on intimate Partner Violence.
RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) is the nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization. RAINN’s prevention and education efforts include working with the entertainment industry, the media, colleges and local communities to help raise awareness about issues related to sexual assault. Call 1-800-656-4673 (HOPE).
The Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault is to organize and mobilize member programs to prevent and eliminate sexual and domestic violence and stalking in the State of Oklahoma and in Indian Country.
Not Alone was launched in connection with the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault. The Task Force was established on January 22, 2014 – and since then, thousands of people have shared their stories and ideas about how best to eliminate sexual assault on our campuses and schools. This website provides information for students, schools, and anyone interested in finding resources on how to respond to and prevent sexual assault on college and university campuses and in our schools.