The people listed below are professional counselors who can help with crisis intervention and counseling services, including assistance in accessing medical care, student and/or criminal judicial systems, safety planning, academic assistance, support groups, and housing relocation. All services are confidential and most are free of charge.
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Nicole Sandoz, J.D.
600 New Jersey Ave., NW, Room 212
Washington DC 20001
(202) 662-9293 | email@example.com
Dr. Laura Lokker, J.D., Psy.D.
Gewirz Center, Room L-102-G
(202) 687-6985 | firstname.lastname@example.org
After hours, call (202) 444-7243 and ask for the on-call CAPS clinician
Jen Luettel Schweer, M.A., LPC
Poulton Hall, Suite 101-C
1437 37th St. N.W.
(202) 687-0323 | email@example.com
Jennifer Wiggins, M.A.
Poulton Hall, Suite 101-G
1437 37th St. N.W.
(202) 687-8932 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Ordained Clergy (i.e. Brahmachari, Fr., Imam, Rabbi, or Rev.) - Confidential
Within the Office of Campus Ministry, ordained clergy, acting in their pastoral roles, are fully confidential; this includes both Chaplains in Residence and Jesuits in Residence when acting in their pastoral roles. Individuals in those roles do not report any information to the Deputy Title IX Coordinator or the University’s Title IX Coordinator. They must, however, appropriately report any safety concerns as required by their professional licenses (child abuse, elder abuse, harm to self or others, etc.). Since identifying information has not been shared, there is no outreach to the student from the Office of Title IX Compliance.
MedStar Washington Hospital Center
110 Irving St, Washington, D.C.
Call 24/7 to get a free Uber cab to MedStar Washington Hospital Center: (1-800) 641-4028
This smartphone app lists all of the relevant information and resources for universities in Washington, D.C., including Georgetown University.
1-800-656-HOPE (24/7 hotline)
RAINN's on-line hotline provides live, secure, anonymous crisis support for victims of sexual assault and their families.
(202) 333-RAPE (24/7 hotline)
DC Rape Crisis Center offers services that help survivors and their families heal from the aftermath of sexual violence including crisis intervention, counseling and advocacy.