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Title IX/VAWA Gender Based Misconduct Resources

Teachers College, Columbia University

Title IX / VAWA Gender-Based Misconduct Resources 

 

General Resources

A.         Title IX Coordinators

           

            Teachers College

            Janice Robinson, Vice President for Diversity and Community Affairs

            525 West 120th Street, 128 Zankel Hall

            jrobinson@tc.columbia.edu, (212) 678-3391

 

            Columbia University

            Marjory Fisher, Associate Vice President

            1150 Amsterdam Avenue, 202A Philosophy Hall

            mdf2166@columbia.edu, (212) 853-1276

 

            Barnard College

            Molree Williams-LendorExecutive Director for Equity

            504/ADA & Age Act Coordinator

            Milbank Hall 102

           mwilliam@barnard.edu, (212) 854-0037

 

B.         Public Safety

 

            Teachers College

            Whittier Hall Suite 1A

            (212) 678-3333 (emergency)

            (212) 678-3220 (non-emergency)

 

            Columbia University

            Morningside Campus:  111 Low Library

            (212) 854-5555 (emergency)

            (212) 854-2797 (non-emergency)

            Medical Center Campus: Black Building Room 109

            (212) 305-7979 (emergency)

            (212) 305-8100 (non-emergency)

 

            Barnard College

            104 Barnard Hall

            (212) 854-6666 (emergency)

            (212) 854-3362 (non-emergency)

 

C.         New York City Policy Department (NYPD)

            Emergency 911

 

            26th Precinct

            (212) 678-1311

 

            NYPD Sex Crimes Unit

            (212) 267-RAPE (7273)

            Hotline:  (212) 335-9373

 

D.        Teachers College Ombuds Offices

 

            Stephen Peverly

            Ombudsman

            280 Grace Dodge Hall   

            (212) 678-4169

            ombuds@tc.comumbia.edu

 

            Riddhi Sandil

            Ombuds Officer for Gender-Based Misconduct

            325 Horace Mann

            (212) 678-4016

            Sandil@tc.columbia.edu

 

E.         Disability Resources

 

            Teachers College Office of Access and Services for Individuals with Disabilities

            163 Thorndike Hall

            (212) 678-3689

            http://www.tc.columbia.edu/oasid/  

            oasid@tc.edu  

 

            Columbia Office of Disability Services

            Morningside: Wien Hall Suite 108A, (212) 854-2388;

            Medical Center: Bard Hall 105; (212) 305-7029

            http://health.columbia.edu/disability-services  

            disability@columbia.edu

 

            Teachers College Human Resources

            120 Whittier Hall

            (212) 678-3175

            http://www.tc.columbia.edu/human-resources/

 

Reporting Options

 

A.         Title IX Coordinators

           

            Teachers College

            Janice Robinson, Vice President for Diversity and Community Affairs

            525 West 120th Street, 128 Zankel Hall

            jrobinson@tc.columbia.edu, (212) 678-3391

 

            Columbia University

            Marjory Fisher, Associate Vice President

            1150 Amsterdam Avenue, 202A Philosophy Hall

            mdf2166@columbia.edu, (212) 853-1276

 

            Barnard College

            Amy Zavadil, Associate Dean for Equity

            3009 Broadway, 105 Milbank Hall

            azavadil@barnard.edu, (212) 854-0037

 

B.         Public Safety

 

            Teachers College

            525 West 120th Street, Whittier Hall Suite 1A

            (212) 678-3333 (emergency)

            (212) 678-3220 (non-emergency)

 

            Columbia University

            Morningside Campus:  535 West 116th Street, 111 Low Library

            (212) 854-5555 (emergency)

            (212) 854-2797 (non-emergency)

            Medical Center Campus: 650 West 168th Street, 109 Black Building

            (212) 305-7979 (emergency)

            (212) 305-8100 (non-emergency)

 

            Barnard College

            3009 Broadway, 104 Barnard Hall

            (212) 854-6666 (emergency)

            (212) 854-3362 (non-emergency)

 

C.         Law Enforcement

 

            New York City Police Department (NYPD)

    • Emergency 911
    • 26th Precinct - (212) 678-1311
    • Sex Crimes Unit - (212) 267-RAPE (7273)
    • Hotline:  (212) 335-9373

            Domestic Violence and Child Abuse Hotline

            (212) 335-4308

            Manhattan Justice Center, Special Victims Bureau

            (212) 335-4300

 

D.        Teachers College - Other Reporting

 

            Office of the Provost

            Katie Embree, Vice Provost

            113 Zankel Hall

            embree@tc.columbia.edu, (212) 678-3991

 

            Human Resources

            Randy Glazer, Assistant Vice President

            120 Whittier Hall

            glazer@tc.columbia.edu, (212) 678-3196

 

E.         Federal Agencies

 

            US Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights

            New York – Region II
            32 Old Slip, 26th Floor, New York, NY 10005

            (646) 428-3800, ocr.ny@ed.gov  

 

            US Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women

            145 N Street, NE, Suite 10W.121, Washington, DC 20530

            (202) 307-6026

 

Support Services

 

A.         On Campus - Confidential

 

            1.         Columbia Sexual Violence Response and Rape Crisis/Anti-Violence Support Center (SVR)

                        (212) 854-HELP (4357)

                        http://health.columbia.edu/sexual-violence-response

                        Morningside:  700 Lerner Hall

                        Medical Center:  206 Bard Hall

                        Barnard Campus: 105 Hewitt Hall

 

            2.         Columbia Medical Services

                        http://health.columbia.edu/medical-services

                        Morningside: (212) 854-7426 (select Option #4 after 7pm); John Jay Hall (9am-4:30pm)

                        Medical Center: (212) 305-3400; Bard Hall Lobby Level Suite B234

 

            3.         Columbia Counseling and Psychological Services

                        http://health.columbia.edu/counseling-and-psychological-services

                        Morningside: (212) 854-2878; Lerner Hall 8th Floor

                        Medical Center: (212) 305-3400; Bard Hall Suite 1D

 

            4.         Columbia Office of the University Chaplain

                        http://ouc.columbia.edu/

                        (212) 854-1493

                        710 Lerner Hall

 

            5.         Teachers College Ombuds Offices

 

                        Erwin Flaxman

                        Ombudsman

                        48 Horace Mann      

                        (212) 678-4169

                        Flaxman@tc.columbia.edu

 

                        Riddhi Sandil

                        Ombuds Officer for Gender-Based Misconduct

                        325 Horace Mann

                        (212) 678-4016

                        Sandil@tc.columbia.edu

  

B.         Off Campus

 

            1. Local Hospitals with a Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner:

                       

            Mt. Sinai St. Luke’s Hospital Crime Victims Treatment Center

                        (212) 523-4728 (by appointment only)

 

            New York Presbyterian/CUMC Emergency Room

                        (212) 305-6204

           

            Mt. Sinai St. Luke’s Hospital (CHP Group)

            1111 Amsterdam Ave at West 113th St

 

            Roosevelt Hospital (CHP Group)

            1000 10th Ave at 58th St

 

            Beth Israel-Petrie Campus (CHP Group)

            First Ave at E 16th St

 

            Bellevue Hospital (HHP Group)

            462 First Ave at E 27th St

 

            Harlem Hospital (HHC Group)

            506 Malcolm X Blvd at W 135th St

 

            Metropolitan Hospital Center (HHP Group)

            1901 1st Ave at 96th St

*Mt. Sinai St. Luke’s Hospital’s Emergency Room at 1111 Amsterdam Avenue (113th Street between Amsterdam and Morningside) and New York-Presbyterian Hospital/CUMC Emergency Room at 630 West 168th Street (168th and Broadway) can provide treatment for injuries and for potential exposure to sexually transmitted infections, emergency contraception, and other health services. They can assist in preserving evidence or documenting any injuries and have personnel who are specially trained to collect evidence.

 

                       

            2.  Advocacy, Counseling and Health Services:

 

            Safe Horizon Rape and Sexual Assault Hotline

            (212) 227-3000

 

            SAKHI for South Asian Women

            (212) 868-6741, weekdays between 10:00 AM and 5:00 PM EST

 

            NYC Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project

            (212) 714-1141, 24 hours

 

            New York City Domestic Violence Hotline

            (800) 621-HOPE (4673), 24 Hours

 

            National Domestic Violence Hotline

            (800) 799-SAFE (7233), 24hrs

 

            National Center for Victims of Crime Stalking Resource Center

            (800) FYI (394)-CALL (1155), M-F, 8:30 AM- 8:30 PM

 

            Rape Abuse and Incest National Network

            (800) 656-HOPE (4673) confidential 24hrs, or ohl.rainn.org/online  

 

3.         Teachers College Employee Assistance Program (EAP) - confidential

            (877) 851-1631

            www.eapbda.com

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