Complainants: Whether you are a recipient of discrimination or sexual misconduct or advocating for someone who has experienced discrimination or sexual misconduct, we highly recommend that you seek support. Experiencing or witnessing discrimination or sexual misconduct can be very distressing and traumatic, and appropriate support can be very helpful in the recovery process. The University provides multiple options for support including medical care through the Student Health Center, counseling through The Office of Counseling and Personal Development and University Ministry, and advocacy services through the Violence Prevention Program (in instances of sexual misconduct only). The Violence Prevention Coordinator can also help complainants of sexual misconduct select from the resources below based on individual needs. University personnel on campus have different reporting responsibilities and different abilities to maintain confidentiality, depending on their roles. An employee’s duty to report may vary based on the law, the situation and the employee’s role.

Respondents: There are resources available to you to assist individuals accused of discrimination or sexual misconduct during the EO & Title IX process. An advisor or confidential resource can also help you navigate your options.We highly recommend that you seek support. The University provides multiple options for support including counseling through The Office of Counseling and Personal Development and University Ministry. University personnel on campus have different reporting responsibilities and different abilities to maintain confidentiality, depending on their roles. An employee’s duty to report may vary based on the law, the situation and the employee’s role.

Resources for Complainants

On-Campus Resources

Privileged and Confidential Resources:
•    Office of Counseling and Personal Development:  (303) 458-3507
•    University Ministry and Jesuits: (303) 458-4153
•    Violence Prevention Program Coordinator (complainants in sexual misconduct cases): (303) 458-4029
•    Center for Counseling and Family Therapy, Thornton Campus: (303) 964-6295
•    Center for Counseling and Family Therapy, Colorado Spring Campus: (719) 264-7027
•    Benefits eligible employees may be eligible to use the Employee Assistance Program.

Non-Confidential Resources:
•    Campus Safety: (303) 458-4122
•    EO & Title IX Coordinator:  Michelle Spradling (303) 964-6435
•    Kelly McLaughlin, Title EO & IX Deputy Coordinator (303) 458-4071
•    Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs: Dean of Students (303) 458-4086
•    Student Health Services: (303) 458-3558
•    Residence Life: (303) 458-4991
•    Student Disability Services: (303) 458-4941

Financial Support: 
•    Financial Aid Counselors, Main Hall 400: (303) 458-4067
•    Financial support for students may be available through the Student Emergency Fund. Please request assistance via e-mail to: studentaffairs@regis.edu.

Off-Campus Resources

Law Enforcement:
911 for Emergencies
•    Denver Police Department Non-Emergency Line: (720) 913-2000     
•    Broomfield Police Department: (303) 438-6400
•    Thornton Police Department: (720) 977-5150
•    Colorado Springs Police Department: (719) 444-7000
•    Greenwood Village Police Department: (303) 773-2525

Hospitals with SANE/SAFE Exams:
•    Denver Health Medical Center: 777 Bannock Street, Denver, CO  80204; (303) 436-6000
•    St. Anthony Hospitals
o    84th Avenue Neighborhood Clinic: 2551 West 84th Avenue, Westminster, CO  80204; (303) 426-2151
o    St. Anthony Hospital: 11600 W. 2nd Place, Lakewood, CO 80228; (720) 321-0000
o    St. Anthony North Health Campus: 14300 Orchard Parkway Westminster, CO 80023 ;(720) 627-0000
•    Porter Adventist Hospital:  2525 S. Downing Street, Denver, CO  80210; (303) 778-1955
•    Littleton Adventist Hospital: 7700 S Broadway, Littleton, CO 80122; (303) 730-8900
•    Memorial Hospital: 1400 E. Boulder St, Colorado Springs, CO 80909; (719) 365-1140
•    For transportation assistance for SANE exams contact Campus Safety: (303) 458-4122

Local Community Agencies:
•    The Blue Bench:  (303) 322-7273 www.thebluebench.org
o    24/7 support and advocacy for survivors of sexual assault. (Serves Denver and surrounding counties--metro area).
•    Rose Andom Center (720) 337-4400 http://roseandomcenter.org
o    Provides an array of services to victims and families experiencing relationship violence, including counseling, civil legal support, criminal justice information and more. M-F 8AM-5PM. (Serves those affected by victimization in the City and County of Denver).
•    The Center for Trauma & Resilience (303) 894-8000 www.traumahealth.org
o    Provides 24/7 services to individuals who have been the victim of a crime. (Serves those affected by crime in Denver).
•    Safe House Denver: (303) 318-9989 https://safehouse-denver.org/
o    24/7 services for individuals experiencing domestic violence and stalking. (Serves Denver).
•    Survivors Organizing for Liberation 1-888-557-4441 http://solcolorado.org
o    24/7 services for LGBTQ survivors of sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking and hate crimes. (Serves individuals in the state of Colorado).
•    Women In Crisis—The Family Tree: (303) 420-6752 http://www.thefamilytree.org/en/domestic-violence-services/106
o    Provides 24/7 services to individuals experiencing relationship violence and stalking. (Serves Jefferson County and surrounding areas).
•    Gateway Domestic Violence Services: (303) 343-1851 www.gateway2.org
o    Provides 24/7 services to individuals experiencing relationship violence and stalking. (Serves Arapahoe County).
•    TESSA: 719-633-3819  www.tessacs.org/
o    El Paso and Teller Counties (Colorado Springs): Provides 24/7 services to individuals experiencing sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking.

National Resources:
•    National Domestic Violence Hotline (24/7): (800) 799-7233
o    www.thehotline.org
•    Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network (RAINN) (24/7): (800) 656-467
o    www.rainn.org
•    Stalking Resource Center:
o     http://victimsofcrime.org/our-programs/stalking-resource-center
•    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1 (800) 273-TALK (8255)
o    https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/

Legal Resources:
•    Legal Information Network of Colorado (720) 583-2929 www.coloradolinc.org
o    Provides confidential, no-cost comprehensive legal information services to victims of crime. (Serves the Denver metro area).
•    Denver’s Protection Order Courtroom is located in Denver’s City and County Building: 1437 Bannock Street, Courtroom 170: (720) 865-7275
•    Project Safeguard (303) 219-7049 https://psghelps.org/
o    Legal advocacy and support for individuals seeking protection orders for domestic violence and stalking through the courts. (Serves Denver, Adams, Arapahoe and Broomfield Counties).
•    TESSA (719) 633-3819  www.tessacs.org
o    In addition to other services, TESSA provides assistance to individuals seeking protection orders for domestic violence and stalking. (Serves El Paso and Teller Counties—Colorado Springs).
•    Colorado Legal Services http://coloradolegalservices.org/
o    Statewide, pro-bono civil legal services for low income individuals. (Serves individuals in the state of Colorado).
•    Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center (303) 295-2001
o    Statewide legal representation for victims of violent crimes pursuing the criminal justice system.(Serves individuals in the state of Colorado).
•    Mi Gente VAWA Legal Solutions (303) 894-8000 http://traumahealth.org/programs/mi-gente-vawa-legal-solutions-2/
o    Provides legal assistance to immigrants wishing to obtain a VAWA designation and/or U-visa (Serves individuals impacted by crime in Denver).
•    Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (303) 433-2812 http://www.rmian.org/
o    Provides free legal services related to immigration. (Serves individuals in the state of Colorado).




Resources for Respondents:

On-Campus Resources

Privileged and Confidential Resources:
•    Office of Counseling and Personal Development:  (303) 458-3507
•    University Ministry and Jesuits: (303) 458-4153
•    Center for Counseling and Family Therapy, Thornton Campus: (303) 964-6295
•    Center for Counseling and Family Therapy, Colorado Spring Campus: (719) 264-7027
•    Benefits eligible employees may be eligible to use the Employee Assistance Program.

Non-Confidential Resources:
•    Campus Safety: (303) 458-4122
•    EO & Title IX Coordinator:  Michelle Spradling (303) 964-6435
•    Kelly McLaughlin, Deputy Title IX Coordinator (303) 458-4071
•    Vice President of Student Affairs Office, Dean of Students (303) 458-4086
•    Student Health Services: (303) 458-3558
•    Residence Life: (303) 458-4991
•    Student Disability Services: (303) 458-4941

Title IX Advisors:
 

Yadeira Adams Burnett
Associate Director, Residence Life & Housing
Northwest Denver Campus
Modular Buildings A184
(303) 964-3628
yadamsburnett@regis.edu

Brian Hemstreet
Associate Dean for Student Affairs & Associate Professor, School of Pharmacy
Northwest Denver Campus
Claver Hall, 166
(303) 625-1273
bhemstreet@regis.edu
 

Financial Support: 
•    Financial Aid Counselors, Main Hall 400:  (303) 458-4067
•    Financial support for students may be available through the Student Emergency Fund. Please request assistance via e-mail to: studentaffairs@regis.edu.
Off Campus Resources

Local Community Agencies:
•    Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners: 1 (844) 493-TALK (8255) www.metrocrisisservices.org
o    24/7 crisis intervention services and support (Serves individuals in the state of Colorado).
National Resources:
•    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1 (800) 273-TALK (8255)
o    https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org
o    Provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources. (Serves individuals nationwide).
•    Families Advocating for Campus Equality: (701) 491-8554
o    www.facecampusequality.org/
o    Advocates for due process for those accused of sexual misconduct and supports those students and their families.

Legal Resources:
•    Colorado Legal Services http://coloradolegalservices.org/
o    Statewide, pro-bono civil legal services for low income individuals. (Serves individuals in the state of Colorado).
•    University of Denver Student Law Office (303) 871-6140  http://www.law.du.edu/index.php/law-school-clinical-program/the-clinic
o    Free legal services within the Denver community. Services include clinics specializing in criminal law (misdemeanors only) civil litigation and civil rights.
•    Denver Bar Association:  (303) 698-0999 http://www.denbar.org/












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