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Counseling Center

Sexual Harassment

Confidential Reporting for Sexual Harassment

Students who experience or are allied with those who experience sexual harassment are welcome to utilize counseling services for support. In most circumstances, information reported to counseling will remain confidential unless requested otherwise. To learn more about receiving counseling support, please review the below links.

Confidential Services

The mission of the Colorado State University Pueblo Student Counseling Center is to provide a professional and confidential setting that meets the psychological, emotional, and developmental needs of students as they pursue their academic goals.
Student Health Services is here to help each student achieve maximum physical health so that each may participate fully in the educational and personal growth opportunities offered by the University.
Pueblo Rape Crisis Services mission is to empower sexual assault survivors by providing emotional support, victim advocacy, crisis intervention, and education in order to facilitate and nurture the healing process.

Resources:

Help is Available:

  • Emergency-911
  • Campus Title IX Coordinator-719.549.2210
  • University Counseling Center-719.549.2838
  • University Health Center -719.549.2830
  • Pueblo Rape Crisis Center-719.549.0549
  • Parkview Medical Center Emergency-719.584.4400
  • CSU Pueblo Sheriff's Office-719.583.6250
  • National Sexual Assault Hotline-800.656.4673

Reduce your risk for Sexual Assault

  • Know and communicate your limits firmly and directly.
  • Stay in a group. Don't be alone with someone you don't know or trust.
  • Limit alcohol intake. Never leave a drink unattended or accept drinks from strangers.
  • Be aware of your surroundings.

Did You Know?

  • You can help: Get involved if you see someone at risk (male or female).Don't look the other way.
  • There are many ways someone can communicate refusal. Pay attention to words and body language.
  • Having sex with someone who is drunk is sexual assault even if you have been drinking as well.
  • Men may also be victims of sexual assault.

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