SEXUAL CONDUCT


Directory of Services:

SAFE line: 216.368.7777

The Survivors and Friends Empowerment (SAFE) Line is staffed 24/7 for privileged, confidential conversations about sexual assault and relationship violence.

 

University Counseling Services: (216) 368-5872
University Health Service: (216) 368-2450
Cleveland Rape Crisis Center: (216) 619-6192
Domestic Violence and Child Advocacy Center: (216) 391-HELP

 

Protection Orders: 

CWRU Police: (216) 368-3333
DVCAC Teen Advocate - Kathleen Vogtsberger: (216) 229-2420 ex: 234
Office of Student Affairs: (216) 368-2020

 

Contraception:

University Health Services walk-in or call the Women's Clinic:
(216) 368-2453 or  2450
Planned Parenthood:(216) 851-1880
Preterm: (216) 991-4000

 

STI Testing:

University Health Service: (216) 368-2450 or schedule online
The Free Clinic, Euclid Avenue: (216) 721-4010
McCafferty Health Center: (216) 957-4848
J. Glen Smith Health Center:(216) 249-3600
Cuyahoga County Board of Health: (216) 201-2001

 

Anonymous HIV Testing

UH: Carey Clinic: (216) 844-2437
Free Clinic: (216) 721-4010

 

DATING BILL OF RIGHTS

I have a right to:

  • Ask for a date

  • Refuse a date

  • Suggest activities

  • Refuse any activities, even if my date is excited about them

  • Have my own feelings and be able to express them

  • Say, "I think my friend is wrong and his actions are inappropriate"

  • Tell someone not to interrupt me

  • Have my limits and values respected

  • Tell my partner when I need affection

  • Refuse affection

  • Be heard

  • Refuse to lend money

  • Refuse sex any time, for any reason

  • Have friends and space aside from my partner

I have the responsibility to:

  • Determine my limits and values

  • Respect the limits of others

  • Communicate clearly and honestly

  • Not violate the limits of others

  • Ask for help when I need it

  • Be considerate

  • Check my actions and decisions to determine whether they are good or bad for me

  • Set high goals for myself

From the Domestic Violence Advocacy Program of Family Resources, Inc.

Dating Violence website

Sexual Misconduct Prevention and EducationCommittee


Case Western Reserve UniversityHealth Advocate Monica Yost Kiss the Chair of the Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Education Committee (SMPEC) which reviews policies and procedures on campus related to sexual assault and sexual harassment.

 

She can provide brief confidential consultation to students seeking guidance about sexual conduct policies and procedures at CWRU.

 

SMPEC was formed as a task force in May 2005, and members represent a variety of campus organizations with responsibilities that touch on some aspect of sexual conduct. It advocates for a safe campus, where ethical relationships and mutual respect among students, faculty, and staff are expected and encouraged.

 

For more information on sexual conduct policies visit: the website

 

CIRCLE OF 6 PHONE APP

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MORE THAN 1 in 5 COLLEGE WOMEN ARE SEXUALLY ASSAULTED. YES, IT'S TRUE. 1 in 5.

Whether you're in a relationship, or hooking up for the first time, everyone has the right to say no, and the right to be treated with respect.

 

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In critical situations, use Circle of 6 to call two pre-programmed national hotlines or a local emergency number of your choice.