Weber State has lower than average numbers for reported forcible sexual offenses. (Graphic by Autumn Mariano)
Weber State has lower than average numbers for reported forcible sexual offenses. (Graphic by Autumn Mariano)

If you are being abused physically, sexually or in other ways, Weber State has resources to help.

Visit the Women’s Center. The staff there will help you one-on-one in your personal situation and they run a number of support groups. The Women’s Center is located in the Shepherd Union building on the third floor in Room 322 and is available at 801-626-6090.

Visit the Counseling and Psychological Services Center. The staff there can help anyone work through the stresses of dealing with an abusive relationship and provide healing and relief, and their services are already paid for with your student fees. The Counseling and Psychological Services Center is located in the Student Services center in Room 280 and is available at 801-626-6406.

Visit the Weber State Campus Police, especially if you do not feel safe. They can provide a measure of safety and know what to do if you decide to press charges, and they can also help if you simply don’t feel safe walking alone to your car at night.

Community resources include Your Community Connection, serving Ogden and Weber Counties, located at 2261 Adams Ave. in Ogden, available at 801-392-7273, and Safe Harbor Crisis Center, serving Davis County, available at 801-444-3191, or in an emergency at 801-444-9161.

More community resources are listed at http://www.weber.edu/womenscenter/community_resources.html

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