An advocate is available to provide free and confidential short-term crisis intervention, support, and resources to all undergraduate, graduate, and professional students who have experienced any form of power-based personal violence.
The Mather Center utilizes a critical constructivist research-informed action to avoid practices that reproduce inequalities and seeks out new ways of thinking about upcoming and existing research.
Our Gender Equity in STEM (GEM) initiatives seek to continue to expand University-wide initiatives and programs that focus on creating a supportive campus community for women in STEM.
CWRU's Coordinated Community Response Team (CCRT) is a multi-disciplinary team of campus (staff, students, and faculty) and community partners that meet regularly to discuss, plan, assess, and evaluate the campus’s prevention and response efforts to Domestic and Dating Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking (DVSAS).
If you are experiencing an emergency, call 911 immediately. If you or a friend are seeking a confidential conversation, there is an on-campus Survivors And Friends Empowerment line, or you can call the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center. Additional resources are available both on and off campus.