April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and because of this, we will be offering information about resources for survivors on MSU’s campus.
- Center for Survivors
The Center for Survivors provides free and confidential counseling, support groups, and more to students who are survivors of sexual assault or childhood sexual abuse. They also offer a 24/7 sexual assault crisis hotline open to anyone in the Lansing area. To learn more about the Center for Survivors go to: Center for Survivors | Michigan State University (msu.edu) or call (517) 355-3551.
2. MSU Safe Place
MSU Safe Place is a program that provides services to those struggling with relationship violence and stalking. They are located on campus, but also serve the greater Lansing Area. They provide advocacy, emergency shelter, counseling, support groups, safety planning, and more. To learn more about MSU Safe Place call: (517) 355-1100 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
The Employee Assistance Program is a confidential counseling service provided for free to faculty, staff, retirees, graduate student employees, and their families as they attempt to work through changes, unexpected events, chronic physical and emotional health issues, and life concerns. To contact EAP: call them at 517-355-4506 or send an email to email@example.com.
4. MSU Psychological Clinic
The MSU Psychological Clinic offers students and the general public therapy and assessment services. They use evidence-based clinical treatments that are made for each specific client. To contact the MSU Psychological Clinic call: 517-355-9564.
5. Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS)
CAPS is for students seeking help for a wide range of concerns, including depression, anxiety, stress management, homesickness, adjustment, relationships, gender identity and sexual orientation (LBGTQ) concerns, trauma, body image concerns, and other personal mental health concerns. To make an appointment with CAPS call: (517) 355-8270.