You May Choose to File a Report
While you are not required to file a report in order to receive medical attention or assistance from campus and community resources, you may do so at any point following an assault. Individuals may choose to file a report with law enforcement, with AAEO, with both, or neither.
- Individuals may contact AAEO directly to initiate an internal (non-criminal) investigation:
- To initiate a criminal investigation, individuals should contact UVM Police Services:
Confidential Support and Health Care Services
A complete list of support resources can be found at Support Resources
- UVM Counseling and Psychiatry Services (CAPS): Confidential counseling services for students. (802) 656-3340
- HOPE Works: HOPE Works provides 24-hour crisis counseling and advocacy for individuals affected by sexual violence. HOPE Works hotline is available at (802) 863-1236 or 1-800-489-7273
- Campus Victim’s Advocate: The Campus Victim's Advocate provides advocacy, referrals and support for faculty, staff and students who have experienced some form of sexual violence, intimate partner violence and/or stalking. These services are provided to all members of the UVM community, regardless of race, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, income level, ability, education or other forms of identity. (802) 656-7892
- UVM Medical Center: Emergency Department and Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner: (802) 847-2434. Address: 111 Colchester Avenue, Main Campus, West Pavilion, Level 1, Burlington, Vermont 05401.
- Employee Assistance Program: Confidential counseling services for UVM employees. Contact (802) 864-3270 or toll-free at 1-866-660-9533.
- UVM Student Health Services: Confidential health care services for students. (802) 656-3350
- Student Financial Services: Provides advice and guidance on financial aid and financing education. (802) 656-5700
- Student Legal Services: Can provide students with a referral to an attorney and/or legal advice. (802) 656-4379