Title IX

Owens Counseling Services – Services are available to all students and are scheduled by calling (567) 661-7168.
Owens Counseling Services provides:

  • Crisis support
  • Confidential student consultation, mental health assessment, counseling, education, prevention, outreach, and linkage to community resources
  • Referrals to community agencies for support and guidance depending on the student’s desire for additional help, staff capacity, and health insurance available for the student

YWCA Representative – Services from our on-campus community partner, the YWCA is available to all students, faculty and staff. The YWCA representative can be reached by contacting the YWCA HOPE Center 24/7 Hotline at (866)557-7273 to be connected with a campus advocate. The representative has limited hours but will accommodate any needs. The YWCA Representative provides:

  • Crisis support
  • Confidential advising to services, support, and processes both at the College and in the community.
  • Assistance with the legal options, the College’s Title IX process and/or the discipline process which may include preparations, attendance during interviews, etc.

Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – Services are available to all employees and can be accessed through the intranet by going to “Human Resources” and then “Benefits,” or by calling (800) 854-1446 or (800) 999-3004 TTY/TDD. The EAP provides:

  • Confidential online resources
  • Confidential online and in-person counseling sessions (related to life, family, and health crises involving stress and depression)
  • Advice and counseling from nurses and other medical professionals

Community Crisis Resources

  • Sexual Violence Program of the Cocoon- (419) 373-1730 (Wood County)
  • YWCA H.O.P.E. Center- (866) 557-7273 (Lucas County)
  • Open Arms Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Services- (419) 422-4766 (Hancock County)
  • National Sexual Assault Hotline- (800) 656-HOPE (4763)