Our highly-trained advocates are available 24/7 to talk confidentially with anyone experiencing domestic violence, seeking resources or information, or questioning unhealthy aspects of their relationship. SCD has qualified therapists to assist you with everything from handling the first phone call through to the first date, picking up on signals and how and when to initiate intimacy.
FROM slums in Africa to the controversial US-Mexico border, what started as a single conference on ‘Technology, Entertainment and Design’ (geddit?
) in 1984 has captured the globe: TED talks now take place in over 100 languages, surpassed one billion views in 2012 and have featured everyone from US Presidents to Nobel Prize winners.
With a mission of ‘ideas worth spreading’ through talks of under eighteen minutes, TED now encompasses a multitude of projects that, together, aim to spark conversation and ultimately change the world.
If you or someone you know is in danger or needs immediate help, call 911.
If you’re not in immediate danger, we’re here to help.
If you’ve experienced sexual violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating/domestic violence or stalking, confidential support and guidance is available to you.
If you are a faculty member, other academic appointee or staff member, trained professionals on your campus offer confidential counseling and can connect you with additional resources, such as the Academic Personnel Office to help faculty understand their academic rights and the appropriate office to file a report.
If someone you know has experienced sexual violence, here are some resources to help you support them.
You should feel free to talk to a trusted friend or colleague.
Keep in mind that managers, supervisors and certain employees such as athletic coaches, faculty advisors, teaching assistants and resident advisors are required to report to the Title IX officer (sexual harassment officer).
You can learn more about your reporting options on our Filing A Report page.