Get to a safe place.

  • If you are in immediate danger, contact: 911
  • If you are using a cell phone in an emergency, call: 914-377-7777
    This emergency number is a direct line to the Yonkers Police Department.

Seek medical attention.

  • Take care to preserve any physical evidence.
  • Request a free, no-cost SLC Public Safety transport to the Westchester Medical Center Emergency Room 914-493-7307 for Forensic Acute Care Team (FACT) treatment, which offers medical and/or forensic evaluation of patients presenting signs of recent sexual abuse or assault.

Talk to a confidential support person.

  • Westchester Victims Assistance Hotline (24/7): 914-345-9111
  • SLC Health & Wellness Center (M-F, 9-5): 914-395-2350 

Please note: Other than the Health & Wellness Center staff, all College employees (including RAs) who become aware of a sexual assault at Sarah Lawrence College are required to report to the Title IX Coordinator. The College offices and employees who cannot guarantee confidentiality will still maintain your privacy to the greatest extent possible.  The information you provide to a non-confidential resource will be disclosed only as necessary to a select few College administrators for the Title IX Coordinator to investigate and/or seek a resolution.

When you report to the College (whether it be directly to the Title IX Coordinator/Investigator or SLC Public Safety and Security), the College is not required or mandated to notify the local police department. It is your choice to determine if you wish to pursue legal action, which is a separate process from reporting to the College.

The College encourages you to report to:

  • SLC Title IX Coordinator, Dean Allen Green: (914) 395-2527
  • SLC Title IX Investigator, Caressa Nguyen: (914) 323-6138
  • SLC Public Safety and Security: (914) 395-2222/2209
  • Yonkers Police Department: (914) 377-7900

Please note: When you report to the College (whether it be directly to the Title IX Coordinator/Investigator or SLC Public Safety and Security), the College is not required or mandated to notify the local police department. It is your choice to determine if you wish to pursue legal action, which is a separate process from reporting to the College.

The College encourages you to pursue:

  • SLC Formal Complaint Process | Title IX Coordinator: (914) 395-2527
                                            and/or
  • Criminal Charges | Yonkers Police Department: (914) 377-7900
  • Westchester District Attorney's Office | Sex Crimes Division: (914) 955-4172

Please note: Members of the College staff are available to help you make these formal complaints.