In collaboration with the Flora Stone Mather Center for Women, the Office of Title IX, and the LGBT Center, Case Western Reserve University announces its partnership with The Cleveland Rape Crisis Center (CRCC) in offering an additional in-person confidential student advocate on campus this fall.
As the recipients of a $1.4 million grant through the Ohio Attorney General’s Office, CRCC is now able to offer an on-campus advocate who will provide extended support to our students two nights a week.
In addition to the full-time student advocate, Danielle Bernat Sabo, who works in the Center for Women, Vanessa Sampsel from CRCC will be available on Monday and Thursday evenings to provide confidential support, resources and advocacy to undergraduate and graduate students of any gender who wish to speak with them. All services and sessions with Sabo and Sampsel are free and confidential.
Walk-ins are welcome during the certain days and times, but appointments are always encouraged. View the walk-in schedule.
To make an appointment with:
If you are in crisis & need to speak with someone confidential immediately call the 24-hour SAFE Line at 216.368.7777.