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Title IX Office

Campus and Community Resources

Campus Resources

Reports of sex discrimination, sexual misconduct/power-based violence, questions regarding Title IX and concerns about non-compliance should be directed to the Title IX Coordinator.  Reports may be submitted in person, by phone, in writing, electronically, or anonymously and may be submitted by complainants, third parties or bystanders to the Title IX Coordinator.

Treina Kimble - Special Projects Officer and Title IX Coordinator
Office Location:  University Library Suite 612
Phone: (318) 342-1004
Email: kimble@ulm.edu

Any person may submit a report of sex discrimination, sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking (on the basis of sex), power-based violence and retaliation 24 hours a day by completing ULM's on-line form at the link below. Reports can be made anonymously.

Sex Discrimination Sexual Misconduct Power-Based Violence Report Form

 

Confidential Advisors

Individuals wishing to obtain confidential assistance without making a report to the University may do so by speaking with a confidential advisor. The following persons are designated Confidential Advisors:

Ms. Karen Foster - ULM Counseling Center (318)342-5220 or via email at kfoster@ulm.edu

Ms. Kim Storm- ULM Counseling Center (318) 342-5220 or via email at storm@ulm.edu

Ms. Brittina Johnson – ULM Counseling Center (318) 342-5220 or via email at brjohnson@ulm.edu

Ms. Kimberly Bradshaw – ULM Counseling Center (318) 342-5220 or via email at kbradshaw@ulm.edu

Mr. Cole Thornton – ULM Counseling Center (318) 342-5220 or via email at cothornton@ulm.edu

Mr. Russell Hollis – ULM Counseling Center (318) 342-5220 or via email at rhollis@ulm.edu

In addition, employees and students have on-campus access to medical services, guidance, and support at the ULM Counseling Center (318)342-5220 and the ULM Health Clinic (318) 342- 1651. Both facilities are located at 1140 University Avenue, Monroe, Louisiana, 71209.

If an incident or situation is criminal in nature, immediately contact University Police Department. Possible threats to campus safety should also be reported to the University Police Department immediately.

The University Police Department is located at Filhiol Hall, 3811 DeSiard Street, and can be reached by phone at 318-342-5350 or 911 for emergencies.

 

Community Resources

The Wellspring
http://wellspringofnela.org/Ouachita Parish: Call (318) 998-6030 or visit 620 Riverside Drive, Monroe, LA for more information.

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Hotline 318-323-1505

The Wellspring has numerous programs available to assist members of the community, including programs for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.

The Domestic Violence Program offers free and confidential services to adults and children in abusive relationships. The Wellspring offers services that help survivors of domestic violence have a life free from emotional, physical, economical and sexual abuse. Services are available for residents staying at our safe shelter and non-residents living in the 12 parish region. 

Wellspring Sexual Assault Program HAVE YOU BEEN A VICTIM OF SEXUAL ASSAULT AND NEED HELP?

If you are in danger, call 911 now. Or, call our 24-hour help line at 318.998.6030 or Toll Free at 1.888.411.1333 for help.

If you have been a victim of sexual assault and need help, you have come to the right place. Sexual assault is one of the most traumatic experiences one can face. In Northeast Louisiana, help is available through SART Ouachita- (Sexual Assault Resource Team). SART is a partnership of agencies who provide information and help for those who have been sexually assaulted.

The good news is- there’s help and hope.  Visit any hospital emergency room and tell them you have been sexually assaulted. You may opt to have evidence collected or receive medical treatment only. Victims 17 years of age and older do not have to report to law enforcement in order to have evidence collected.

Call the Family Justice Center at 318.998.6030 or the 24-hour crisis line at 888.411.1333.  If you call 911, your call will automatically be reported to law enforcement.

The Family Justice Center - Ouachita
http://yourfjc.org/620 Riverside Drive, Monroe, Louisiana 71201
The Family Justice Center of Ouachita is a one-stop service center where victims and their families can quickly and confidentially seek information and resources regarding domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking and select services based on their individual needs and circumstances. All services are free and confidential. 

Services Available include:

Local Hospitals

In the immediate aftermath of sexual misconduct such as sexual assault or rape, medical care and the collection of physical evidence are very important. The individual should not shower, bathe, or change clothes and may be taken to the hospital emergency room or Student Health Services.

Employees, students and non-students may also access assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from the following:

St. Francis Medical Center - Downtown
309 Jackson St.
Monroe, LA 71201
318-966-4000

Ochsner LSU Health Monroe
(formerly LSU/EA Conway Medical Center)
4864 Jackson St.
Monroe, LA 71201
318-330-7874

Glenwood Medical Center
503 McMillan Rd.
West Monroe, LA 71291
318-329-4200

 


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