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Reporting & Assistance Options

I think I have been sexually assaulted. What should I do next?

Be Safe

Go to a safe place. Call a friend, your R.A., or University Police (706-864-1500).

Get Medical Attention

Visit the nearest hospital to get care and connect with resources.

Choose If/How You Report

It is your right to choose if/how you report this incident.

Medical Assistance

Area Hospitals

These hospitals offer support for victims of sexual violence, such as high-tech evidence collection and specially trained nurses and advocates that will keep your visit confidential unless you authorize the release of information.

Campus Hospital Location Phone Number
Northeast Georgia Medical Center

743 Spring Street
Gainesville, GA 30501
Oconee St. Mary's Hospital 1230 Baxter Street
Athens, GA 30606
Oconee Piedmont Athens Regional 1199 Prince Avenue
Athens, GA 30606
Blue Ridge Fannin Regional Hospital 2855 Old Hwy 5
Blue Ridge, GA 30513

There may be other resources available there to help and support you through this process.

For non-emergency medical attention, students who have paid the student health fee may visit the Student Health Services in Dahlonega.

Ways to Report

Keep it confidential and get support.

You can choose this option instead of or in addition to any of the options about pursuing charges.

Report it, but only for campus investigation and reports.

If you choose this option, criminal or on-campus charges will not necessarily be brought, but we can use the information to help make campus safer.

Pursue criminal charges.

  • University Police (706-864-1500 for all campuses).
  • You may also contact local police in your jurisdiction.

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