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The University encourages those who have experienced sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, sexual harassment, sexual discrimination, and retaliation to seek appropriate supports. Listed below is a list of offices which can assist you.

On-Campus (Not Confidential)

Wentworth Department of Public Safety

Website: https://wit.edu/public-safety
Emergency Phone: (617) 989-4444
Non-Emergency Phone: (617) 989-4400
610 Huntington Avenue

  • Offers an immediate response to emergency situations
  • Provides resources and assistance to victims
  • Not a confidential resource. Officers are required to report to the University’s Title IX Coordinator all information disclosed about an incident of Prohibited Conduct.

Title IX Coordinator

Catlin Wells, Interim Title IX Coordinator
Website: wit.edu/title-ix
Phone: (617) 989-4193
wellsc1@wit.edu
Office: Williston Hall, Executive Suite

  • The designated official with primary responsibility for coordinating the University’s compliance with Title IX
  • Oversees the coordinated response to reports of Prohibited Conduct including thorough, fair, and impartial investigations and remedies or interim measures designed to protect the University community
  • Provides leadership for Title IX education and training for all students, faculty and staff
  • Not a confidential resource. Information reported to the Title IX Coordinator will be shared only with individuals who “need to know” in order to assist in the assessment, investigation, and resolution of the reported incident.

Dean of Students Office

Website: https://wit.edu/student-affairs
Phone: (617) 989-4702
dos@wit.edu
Rubenstein 003

  • Receives formal complaints of Code of Student Conduct violations and oversees the Student Conduct hearing process
  • Administers no contact orders through disciplinary process
  • Not a confidential resource. Member of the Dean of Students Office are required to report to the University’s Title IX Coordinator all information disclosed about an incident of Prohibited Conduct.

Housing and Residential Life

Website: https://wit.edu/reslife
Phone: (617) 989-4160
The Apartments@525

  • Provides temporary safe room or permanent change of room assignment
  • Refers victims and complainants to campus resources
  • Not a confidential resource. Residence Life staff members are required to report to the University’s Title IX Coordinator all information disclosed about an incident of Prohibited Conduct.

Human Resources

Website: https://wit.edu/human-resources
Phone: (617) 989-4190

  • Assists in intake and investigation of reports and complaints involving employees
  • Not a confidential resource. Residence Life staff members are required to report to the University’s Title IX Coordinator all information disclosed about an incident of Prohibited Conduct.

On-Campus Support (Confidential)

Center for Wellness

Website: https://wit.edu/wellness-disability-services
Phone: (617) 989.4390
Watson Hall 003

  • Provides assessment and treatment of physical injuries, psychological support, therapy referrals and advocacy options
  • Confidential Resource

OPTUM Health Services

Website: https://wit.edu/health-services
Phone: (617) 879-5220

  • Provides medical assistance to students and can provide referrals
  • Confidential Resource

Off-Campus Support (Confidential)

Employee Assistance

EAP (Employee Assistance Provider)
AllOneHealth, (24 hours a day)
Website: www.allonehealtheap.com
Phone: (800) 451-1834

Comprehensive Confidential Boston Area Resources

A New Day
Website: healthimperatives.org/anewday/new-day
Phone: (508) 588-8255

Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence
Website: atask.org
Phone: (617) 338-2355

Boston Area Rape Crisis Center (BARCC)
Website: barcc.org
Phone: (800) 841-8371

GLBTQ Domestic Violence Project
Website: glbtqdvp.org
Phone: (617) 354-6056

The Network/LaRed
Website: tnlr.org
Phone: (617) 742-4911

Comprehensive Confidential National Resources

DoD Safe Helpline
Website: safehelpline.org
Phone: (877) 995-5247

Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project
Website: gmdvp.org/gmdvp
Phone: (800) 832-1901

Male Survivor
Website: malesurvivor.org

National Sexual Violence Resource Center
Website: nsvrc.org

SafeLink (Statewide Domestic Violence Hotline)
Phone: (877) 785-2020

The Trevor Project
Website: thetrevorproject.org
Phone: (866) 488-7386

Criminal Reporting

Boston Police Department Sexual Assault Unit
Website: bpdnews.com/bureaus/
Phone: (617) 343-4400

Suffolk County District Attorney’s Victim Witness Assistance Program
Website: suffolkdistrictattorney.com/victim-assistance/victim-witness-assistance-program/
Phone: (617) 619-4200

Suffolk County District Attorney’s Sexual Assault Unit
Phone: (617) 619-4350

Legal Advocacy

Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance
Website: mass.gov/mova/
Phone: (617) 586-1340

Victim Rights Law Center
Website: victimrights.org/
Phone: (617) 399-6720

Medical Treatment

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Center for Violence Prevention and Recovery
Website: bidmc.org/violenceprevention
Phone: (617) 667-8141

Boston Medical Center
Emergency Care Center
Website: bmc.org/trauma-emergency-care.htm
Phone: (617) 414-4075

Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Domestic Abuse Intervention and Prevention
Website: brighamandwomens.org/about_bwh/communityprograms/our-programs/violence/
Phone: (617) 264-8747

BIDMC – Center for Violence Prevention and Recovery
Phone: 617.667-8141