Resources and Supports

If you want to discuss an experience of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking with someone on campus who does not have a responsibility to report the incident to the Title IX Office, you may access any of the following services: the Counseling Center, Health Services, the Psychological Consultation Center, or a member of the Chaplain Association. Please know that if a disclosure is made to a non-confidential resource that steps are taken to maintain your privacy.

Survivor Support Group

Have you been affected by sexual violence such as sexual assault, relationship abuse, stalking, or sexual harassment? Are you looking for a safe space to feel supported by peers who have had similar experiences?

Goals of the group:

  • Providing a confidential environment to talk openly and honestly about issues of interpersonal violence.
  • Sharing coping skills and self-care techniques.
  • Receiving support from others who understand the impact of interpersonal violence.

If you would like more information please contact Kelley Ryan at

Other Campus Resources

URI Police911Campus police can provide emergency assistance and resources on criminal options
URI Counseling Center401.874.2288 (available 24 hours a day)Provides on-campus individual counseling at no cost.
Psychological Consultation Center (PCC)401.874.4263Provides on-campus individual counseling as part of the graduate training program. Sliding scale available.
URI Health Services401.874.2246Provides medical care and appropriate referrals as necessary.
Dean of Students Office401.874.2098Provides support, interim measures, investigation, and facilitates the URI Student Conduct Process.
Office of Community Standards401.874.2101Provides support, interim measures, investigation, and facilitates the URI Student Conduct Process.
Title IX Office401.874.2442Provides information regarding relevant laws and administers the Rhode Island Council on Post-Secondary Education Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence Policy and Procedures.
State Crime Victims Helpline800.494.8100Provides crisis counseling, referrals and advocacy.