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Confidential vs Non-Confidential Resources

Confidential Resources- Information shared with a staff member who is a confidential resource may be kept confidential and may not be shared without the consent of the individual disclosing information to the extent allowed by law. Confidential resources will not make reports which include identifiable information.

Non-Confidential Resources- staff and faculty who are non-confidential resources are required to report anything that happens to a student under the sexual misconduct policy. These resources may assist you with referrals to on-campus resources and with making a report to the Title IX Coordinator.

Confidential Resources

Counseling and Psychological Services
This office offers individual, group, and couples counseling services. You can talk to a counselor confidentially about anything that is causing you stress or concern.

4349 Martin Luther King Blvd.,
Health 2 Building, Rm. 2005
Houston, TX 77204

Health Center
This office provides medical services. They are confidential resources for both minor and emergency health care.

4349 Martin Luther King Blvd.,
Health 2 Building, Rm. 2005
Houston, TX 77204

Women and Gender Resource Center
Within the WGRC, the Sexual Misconduct Support Services Coordinator provides assistance and support for all students, faculty, and staff impacted by sexual violence (sexual misconduct).

If someone you know has been impacted by sexual violence and you would like to refer them to the SMSS coordinator for support, please complete the SMSS Referral Form.

Please note: if you are a responsible employee, you are still required to report the incident to the Title IX Coordinator. Completing the SMSS Referral Form is not a substitute for official Title IX reporting.

Student Center North Room 201
4465 University Dr. Houston, TX 77204

Non-confidential Resources

Police Department
This is our campus police department. You can also get an escort to your car and emergency car assistance through them.

3869 Wheeler Ave.
Houston, TX 77204-6191

Equal Opportunity Services
To report sexual misconduct or discrimination to the university contact this office. They can help make accommodations while they are investigating what happened so you feel safe while attending school.

4367 Wheeler St Bldg 526
Houston, TX 77204-3020

UH Wellness/Sexual Violence Prevention
This office offers educational resources for understanding consent, sexual health, and healthy relationships. We can also talk to you about additional resources on and off-campus.

1038 Campus Recreation and Wellness Center

Off-campus Resources

There are a wide variety of resources in the greater Houston community that can assist someone who has been impacted by sexual violence. Someone does not have to be a University of Houston staff, faculty, or student to access these – they are open to the community.

Offers support to individuals in predominately South Asian communities through counseling, advocacy, legal and translation services, and temporary housing.

(713) 842-7222
PO Box 77073
Houston, TX 77215

Fort Bend Women’s Center
Offers a 24-hour crisis hotline, emergency shelter, counseling, and legal and medical support.

(281) 344-5750
PO Box 183
Richmond, TX 77406

Houston Area Women’s Center
Provides a wide variety of services for both men and women – including in-person counseling, community education, shelter, and 24-hour domestic violence and rape crisis hotlines.

(713) 528-2121
1010 Waugh Drive
Houston, TX 77019

RAINN (Rape and Incest National Network)
Offers a national sexual assault hotline, as well as connections to local resources in your community.

Hotline: (800) 656-4673

The Montrose Center
Provides in-person counseling and survivor support services – including advocacy and emergency shelter. While open to all, The Montrose Center has a significant focus on helping those in the LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer) community.

(713) 529-0037
401 Branard Street
Houston, TX 77006