Get to a safe location. If the situation is serious enough that you are concerned about your physical safety, dial 911 or Campus Safety at 303.458.4122. Contact someone you trust for support. Be aware that some staff members, faculty, and your RA will need to report some information you share with them. If you would like confidential support, please contact: The Assistant Director of Victim Advocacy & Violence Prevention: 303.458.4029 or firstname.lastname@example.org The Office of Counseling and Personal Development: 303.458.3507 University Ministry: 303.458.4153 The Blue Bench 24 Hour Hotline: 303.322.7273 (off-campus resource) If you would like medical assistance or are interested in collecting evidence, it is best to seek out a hospital or emergency room with a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) program. The following hospitals are available: Denver Health Medical Center: 777 Bannock Street, Denver, CO 80204 303. 436.6000 or 303.602.3007 Preserving evidence, such as clothing, sheets, text messages, or other contact is helpful if you are considering an investigation or criminal case. Though your first thought may be to dispose of these items or to shower, hold onto the evidence and wait to shower until after the SANE exam. If you would like a confidential advocate to accompany you to the hospital, contact the Assistant Director of Victim Advocacy & Violence Prevention at 303.458.4029 or visit the Student Center 200 C (during business hours), or reach out to the Blue Bench at 303.322.7273 (at any time) Even if you do not want to pursue an investigation or criminal case, it is important to seek out medical attention. This can help you identify and treat injuries, address the possibility of STI’s, and to test for possible date rape drugs. Learn more about preserving evidence, an assault involving drugs and alcohol, and more.