Survivor Resource Guide

This guide outlines services available to survivors who report, wish to report, or have experienced sexual violence. Reports of similar crimes such as stalking and cyber stalking, harassment, and other forms of abusive behavior can be responded to by consulting this guide and adapting it appropriately. This document will continue to be updated as offices and services change. Participants or various campus departments may be added or removed from the guide to meet the needs of our students.

Emergencies

Call 911 from any phone. 

Advocacy and Education Support

Student Assistance Services                                                                      

Website, 979.845.3113

Student Services @ White Creek

Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm

Student Assistance Services at Texas A&M University provides a number of services to assist students with medical and personal emergencies, and in the event of hospitalization. Student Assistance Services will also notify a students' academic Dean of absences. (See TAMU Student Rules for specifics concerning excused absences). Staff can provide guidance and support through any university process including but not limited to the university conduct process and navigation of university resources.

GLBT Resource Center                                                                               

Website, 979.862.8920

Student Services @ White Creek

Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm

The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Resource Center is a resource and referral center in the Offices of the Dean of Student Life. Students can find information and resources specific to same-sex sexual assault and sexual violence. We also work closely with entities on-campus and off-campus that provide support and resources.

Women’s Resource Center (WRC)                                                

Website, 979.845.8784

Student Services @ White Creek

Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm

The mission of the Women’s Resource Center at Texas A&M University is to pursue equity and enhance the campus climate for women through visibility, advocacy, support, and programming.The Center advocates by educating campus and community constituencies on women’s-, gender-, and sexual violence- related issues and functions as a resource and referral center. They can also provide information on sexual violence, including a resource library and referral services.

International Student Services (ISS)                                                         

Website, 979.845.1824

The Pavillion

Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm

ISS provides crisis support for international students and the friends and family of survivors, information and referral services.

Sexual Assault Resource Center (SARC)                                                  

Website, 979.731.1000

24-hour hotline: 979.731.1000

The Sexual Assault Resource Center provides individual and group counseling for victims, family members, and friends, educational presentations, speeches, and seminars, “friends of the family” support services, community information & referrals and brochures for survivors and their families/friends. SARC also provides 24-hour advocates to emergency rooms, police department, and court proceedings.

College Station Victim Advocacy & Assistance Program                    

Website, 979.764.5004

Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm

The Victim Services program is designed to assist victims or witnesses that are experiencing difficult times after a crime or traumatic event with referrals to community organizations, assistance with the Texas Crime Victim Compensation fund, or help with the criminal justice process.

Phoebe’s Home                                                                                          

Website, 979.775.5355 (24-hour emergency hotline)

Phoebe’s Home provides free temporary emergency shelter for victims, as well as food, clothing, legal aid, medical referrals, parenting skills classes, and case management services. Individual and group support counseling and services available to victims who are not residents.

Reporting Support

University Police Department                                                         

Website, 979.845.2345

1111 Research Parkway, College Station, TX

Open 24 Hours

  • UPD provides law enforcement and security services to all components of Texas A&M University including the academic campus and a variety of satellite facilities throughout Brazos County.
  • The department has 133 authorized positions including 64 state certified Police Officers, 49 Security Officers, 12 Communications Officers, and 8 administrative support personnel.
  • The department maintains a fully staffed investigations division, a crime prevention unit, a recruiting unit, a training division, and a state-of-the-art Emergency Communications Center. To provide a safe campus for our students, staff, faculty and visitors, the department has uniformed officers on patrol 24 hours a day, year round.

Student Conduct Office (SCO)                                       

Website, 979.847.7272

Student Services @ White Creek

Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm

  • The Student Conduct Office (SCO) serves students by offering a full range of services to assist and counsel students in resolving their disputes and conflict in a way that facilitates individual responsibility and contributes to their growth and development.
  • Student Mediation Services provides assistance to students through mediation which facilitates communication between parties to promote reconciliation, settlement, or understanding of one another.
  • Student Conduct Services administers the University Student discipline process as outlined in the Texas A&M University Student Rules.
  • Student Legal Services advises and counsels students concerning their legal problems, and informs them of their rights and responsibilities through private interviews and consultations. All services are free to students.
  • Student Conflict Resolution Services strives to be proactive in guiding and addressing student behavior by conducting research and maintaining statistical data to develop an understanding of campus conduct.

Bryan Police Department                                                                           

Website, 979.209.5301

301 S. Texas Ave., Bryan

Victim’s Assistance, 979.209.5312

College Station Police Department                                                            

Website, 979.764.3600

2611  Texas Avenue South, College Station, TX

Brazos County Sheriff’s Department                                                         

Website, 979.361.4100

300 E. 26th St., Suite 105, Bryan, TX

Responsible for operating the county jails, investigating crimes, traffic control, and maintaining communications with other law enforcement organizations; the sheriff's department has countywide jurisdiction but mostly concentrates their activities outside city limits where municipal officers cannot operate.

Brazos County Family Violence Unit                                                         

979.361.4300

300 E. 26th St., Suite 105, Bryan. 3rd Floor of the Brazos County Court House

The Family Violence Unit gives legal counseling regarding protective orders, accompaniment through hospital, police, and court procedures, Victim Compensation Act assistance, information, referral services and provides Social Services advocacy.

Medical Support

Student Health Services                                                                              

Website, 979.458.8250

A.P. Beutel Health Center

Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm

SHS provides medical assistance for students (excluding sexual assault exams). Appointments are available Monday - Friday, 8 am - 4:30 pm. To make an appointment, call 979.458.8280 and for Women’s Clinic appointments call 979.458.8280. Walk-ins are also welcome. 

EMS transportation to hospital: For current Texas A&M students, services provided by TAMU EMS, including ambulance transport, are paid in part by Student Health Services semester fee.  If the victim is not a current student, you will receive a bill for a transport, but the cost of transport depends on the services provided during transport. Cost for transport is comparable to, and in some cases lower than, the other local services.

Student Health Services will also perform STI testing. Emergency contraception is available at a pharmacy without a prescription if age 18 or older.

College Station Medical Center                                                                 

Website, 979.764.5100

1604 Rock Prairie Road, College Station, TX

College Station Medical Center will provide medical assistance (including emergency contraception) and perform sexual assault examinations.

Scott & White Clinic                                                                        

Website, 979.691.3300

1600 University Drive, College Station, TX

Seven days a week 8 am - 5 pm

  • Scott & White Clinic acts as an Urgent Care Clinic for Student Health Services on weekends.
  • The clinic provides medical assistance for students (excluding sexual assault exams) and will provide emergency contraception within 72 hours of incident.

St. Joseph Hospital                                                                                    

Website, 979.776.3777

2801 Franciscan Drive, Bryan, TX

Emergency Services – 979.776.2470

St. Joseph Hospital will provide medical assistance (excluding emergency contraception) and perform sexual assault examinations.

Emotional Support

Student Counseling Service (SCS)                                                            

Website, 979.845.4427

Student Services @ White Creek

Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm. Some evening hours are available.

Student Counseling Service, staffed by licensed psychologists, psychiatrists, and counselors, provides a full range of professional services for enrolled students including crisis counseling for those who have experienced sexual assault or other issues that would benefit from personal counseling. If you have recently been sexually assaulted, or find yourself in a life altering or life threatening crisis situation, you may come to Student Counseling Service for crisis intervention anytime during business hours. The Student Counseling Service HelpLine provides after-hours crisis intervention services to the University community.

SCS HelpLine                                                                                           

Website979.845.2700

Monday - Friday 4 pm – 8 am, Saturday & Sunday, 24 hours

The HelpLine provides information, referral, support, and crisis assessment and intervention for A&M students and those concerned about A&M students. HelpLine volunteers are students who are trained and supervised by Student Counseling Service statff.

Deer Oaks Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

If the person is faculty or staff at Texas A&M.                                            

Website, 888.993.7650  

Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm

The EAP offers a variety of mental health services including problem identification, mediation, crisis intervention and referrals. We also manage the Prevention of Workplace Violence program, and the Alcohol & Drug Abuse and Rehabilitation program. Our services are confidential and available free of charge. 3 full time Ph.D. Psychologists knowledgeable on topics such as workplace violence, anger, etc. The EAP is a confidential service for A&M employees, including faculty, to get support and consultation.