Useful Resources

Whether you or someone you care about has been impacted by sexual or relationship violence, on campus and off campus support and resources are available to you.

It is entirely your decision if you tell someone, how you tell someone, and who you tell. Regardless of what you decide, there are many people at Grand View University who are committed to providing support for members of our campus community.

Please note that it is important for victim/survivors to know that the resources contained on this website can offer assistance even if you choose not to file a report or press charges.

On Campus Resources

The following confidential resources are only required to share information with campus resources who need to know to assist you in accessing services.

The following resources are only required to share information with campus resources who need to know to assist you in accessing services.

Adam Demers
Adam Demers
Director of Residence Life

Ruth White
Ruth White
Student Health Services

Steve Randolph
Steve Randolph

Jay Prescott
Jay Prescott
Vice President for Student Affairs, Title IX Coordinator
Off Campus Resources
National Resources

RAINN 
RAINN is the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization. If you've experienced sexual harassment or assault, you're not alone. Get help

Know Your IX
Know Your IX is a project of advocates for youth to help empower students to stop sexual violence. You can join the movement or get support resources.

Not Alone: Together Against Sexual Assault
A government funded agency, the Not Alone website, provides you with important information and resources to get the help victims need.

One Love
Everyone deserves a health relationship. One Love is the national leader in education young people about healthy and unhealthy relationships and galvanizing them as leaders of change. Learn more

1 in 6
1 in 6 is for men whose lives have been disrupted by unwanted or abusive sexual experiences, working through it can help turn things around. Learn more

If you are in immediate danger, of seriously harming yourself, or being harmed by someone else, we recommend calling 911 or going to the nearest hospital emergency room.

If you are struggling with thoughts of suicide, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline can help at (800) 273-TALK (8255) or text 741741 for a Crisis Text Line.