1.6.6 - Recovery
Xavier supports those striving for recovery after Sex Discrimination regardless of whether the Sex Discrimination has been reported to Xavier or local law enforcement. Each individual's experience is unique and recovery may go through many stages. Accordingly, Xavier seeks to connect any individual who has been affected by Sex Discrimination with a broad network of recovery information and resources, both on and off campus. This may include, but is not limited to, crisis intervention/emergency psychological care; hospital and justice system advocacy; educational groups; workshops; individual and group counseling; peer education; volunteer opportunities; and collaboration with peers, administration, and family. For more information about recovery after Sex Discrimination, contact any of the following:
Xavier's Advocacy and Prevention Coordinator at 513-904-9013 or visit http://www.xavier.edu/advocate;
Xavier’s Title IX and Interpersonal Violence Response Office, GSC 332B, 3800 Victory Parkway, 513-745-3046, https://www.xavier.edu/titleix;
Xavier's Center for Diversity and Inclusion, GSC 200/280, 3800 Victory Parkway, 513-745-3181, https://www.xavier.edu/diversity-inclusion;
Xavier's Health and Counseling Services, 1714 Cleneay Avenue, 513-745-3022, www.xavier.edu/health-wellness;
Xavier's Psychological Services Center, 3818 Winding Way, 513-745-3531 (www.xavier.edu/psychologicalservices).