Resources at Eastern
A variety of supportive resources are available on campus and in the community to assist you in dealing with sexual assault and interpersonal violence. These resources are available whether you are a residential or commuter student, and whether the incident occurred on campus or off campus.
Eastern and its community partners provide a range of services, resources, and mechanisms for you. In all cases, you have the choice to begin with an exploratory conversation. Making contact does not obligate you to press charges. For information on your options, you are encouraged to contact any of the following contacts. To go to a particular section, click one of the tabs below:
911 or 860-465-5310
Suicide Prevention Lifeline
860-456-2789 or 1-888-999-5545
Windham Community Memorial Hospital Emergency Room
Dr. Walter Diaz, Dean
Gelsi and Young Hall, Room 222
The Associate Dean of Arts and Sciences
Amy Coffey, Associate Dean
Webb Hall, Room 263
If you choose to have evidence collected, you should try not to wash, bathe, shower, douche, comb hair, change clothes, eat, drink, smoke, brush teeth, or go to the bathroom before going to the hospital. It is recommended that evidence be collected within the first 72 hours of the assault.
Public Safety Building
42 Meadow Street, Windham, CT
Administration and Reports
Chris Ambrosio, Interim Director
Wood Support Services Center, Room 240
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