Kelly Center Personal Counseling Services
Domestic, Dating and Sexual Violence Resources
Suffering from domestic, dating or sexual violence can be devastating. Sometimes you may feel that you are all alone and there is nowhere to go to get help. It is important to take care of yourself and get the help you need to deal with the pain of abuse.
In addition to Kelly Center services, individual support is available through the local Options Domestic and Sexual Violence Services organization.
An Options advocate is available on campus.
Monday through Friday, 1 pm to 4 pm
Student Health Center, Memorial Union, Room 045
Phone: 785-628-4629 (campus advocate)
24-Hour Assistance: 1-800-794-4624 or 785-625-4202 (main office)
- Free, Confidential Support for Domestic, Sexual, Interpersonal, or Stalking Violence
- Personal Advocacy
- Safety Planning
- Safe Shelter
- Support Groups
- 24-Hour Crisis Intervention
- Public Education Programs
- Community Referrals
Campus, Local and National Resources for Domestic, Dating and Sexual Violence
Partnering with other advocates, victims, the criminal justice system and lawmakers, Jana’s Campaign seeks to reduce and respond to domestic violence by pursuing a dual strategy. First, through public awareness related activities, the campaign encourages thousands of ordinary citizens to get actively involved in this serious issue. Secondly, Jana’s Campaign advocates focus on the key issues of prevention and education, intervention programs, and public policy advocacy.