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ON-GROUNDS RESOURCES/CONFIDENTIAL EMPLOYEES

The University has a policy requiring most University employees to report any information disclosed by students regarding alleged acts of sexual misconduct to the University’s Title IX Coordinator. Certain University employees are exempt from this reporting requirement. These employees are involved in the provision of medical and mental health services on Grounds; they are designated as “Confidential Employees.” Any disclosures made to Confidential Employees are protected under federal and/or state health care privacy laws. Confidential Employees will not disclose identifiable information to the University’s Title IX Coordinator or to any other person/entity without consent, unless a legal exception applies. Exceptions to health care privacy include:

The chart below identifies where “Confidential Employees” are located on Grounds.

ON-GROUNDS/CONFIDENTIAL EMPLOYEES
U.Va. Medical Center & Emergency Department* (434) 924-2231

Student Health: Counseling & Psychological Services

(434) 243-5150
(434) 972-7004 (after hours)

Student Health: Gynecology (434) 924-2773

Student Health: General Medicine

(434) 982-3915
(434) 972-7004 (after hours)

Student Health: Psychologists in the Student Disability Access Center (SDAC)

434-243-5180
SDAC@Virginia.edu

The Women’s Center: Counseling Staff (434) 982-2252

The McCue Center: Sports Medicine and Sports Psychology Clinical Staff**

(434) 982-5450
U.Va. Teen and Young Adult Health Center*** (434) 982-0090

Mary D. Ainsworth Psychological Clinic****

(434) 982-4737
ainsworth@virginia.edu

Shiela C. Johnson Center for Human Services**** (434) 924-7034

*The University’s Emergency Department is the only local facility with nurses who are specially trained to collect evidence for victims of sexual assault; that evidence collection must occur within 72 hours of the assault.
**The McCue Center serves student athletes
***Provides health care for ages 12 to 26
****These clinics are designed as clinical training programs and do not generally see students in crisis

Any resources or University employees NOT identified are non-confidential, meaning conversations with these resources will be shared with those handling the University’s response to incidents of sexual misconduct, including the University’s Title IX Coordinator and other administrators.

OFF-GROUNDS RESOURCES

There are a number of local and national resource agencies that provide support and assistance to victims of sexual misconduct. These agencies are not subject to the University’s reporting policy. They will not disclose identifiable information to the University’sTitle IX Coordinator.

The chart below identifies several of these agencies.

LOCAL RESOURCES
Sexual Assault Resource Agency (SARA) (434) 295-7273
Shelter for Help in Emergency (SHE) (434) 293-6155
Family Violence & Sexual Assault Hotline of VA 1 (800) 838-8238
Martha Jefferson Hospital & Emergency Department (434) 982-7150
Planned Parenthood (434) 296-1000
NATIONAL RESOURCES
Rape and Incest National Network (RAINN) Online Hotline https://ohl.rainn.org/online/
National Sexual Assault Hotline 1 (800) 656-4673

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