Walk-in hours, appointments with an advocate available for those who have experienced sexual, dating or power-based personal violence

Megan Long, Case Western Reserve University advocate, and a survivor advocate from the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center (CRCC) are available to provide confidential short-term counseling, support, resources and advocacy to all undergraduate and graduate students of any gender who have experienced sexual, dating, or power-based personal violence.

All services and sessions with Long and CRCC are free and confidential.

Students are free to speak with an advocate during walk-in hours, but appointments are available outside of those hours as well. Check current walk-in hours on the University Health and Counseling Services website.

Call University Health and Counseling Services at 216.368.5872 to schedule an appointment with Long.

Students also may choose to speak with a survivor advocate from the CRCC who can provide support, resources and advocacy. To schedule an appointment with the CRCC, call 216.619.6194 ext. 141 or visit clevelandrapecrisis.org. For the 24/7 hotline, text or call 216.619.6192. This support, information and resource are anonymous and confidential.