No one should cope with sexual assault alone. Use the resources below to find support, report an incident or collect evidence after an assault.

Confidential support
Sexual Assault Prevention & Awareness Center
Michigan Union, Room G509
24-Hour Crisis Line: 734.936.3333
Speak with an advocate online:
To make an appointment: 734.764.7771

Counseling and Psychological Services
Michigan Union, Room 3100
Counselor-on-duty: 734.764.8312
24-Hours U-M Psychiatric Emergency: 734.996.4747

Office of the Ombuds
6015 Fleming Admin. Building

SafeHouse Center
4100 Clark Road, Ann Arbor
24-hour HelpLine: 734.995.5444

Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network
National Sexual Assault Hotline

Other support
University Dean of Students Office
3000 Michigan Union

Information and support resources for male survivors of sexual assault

Resources for male survivors of sexual assault

File a police report
University of Michigan Police Department
Emergency: 911
Non-emergency: 734.763.1131 or text 377911
Anonymous tip line: 800.863.1355

Ann Arbor Police Department
Emergency: 911
Non-emergency: 734.994.2911
Tip-line: 734.794.6939

Confidential forensic rape examination
Under the Violence Against Women Act, the state of Michigan is required to offer free, emergency-room forensic rape examinations. Survivors who wish to physical collect evidence up to 96 hours after experiencing sexual assault can receive a free examination. St. Joseph Mercy Health System in Ypsilanti and the University of Michigan Health System offer examinations.

Medical care after an assault
University Health Service
207 Fletcher St.

File a complaint with the University
Office for Institutional Equity
1009 Greene Street, Ann Arbor

University’s Student Sexual Misconduct Policy
Report an incident directly through the Sexual Misconduct Policy website

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