There are numerous specific resources available to you to get information and other forms of help to address problems with harassment or discrimination toward a successful resolution.
The university has designated the University Compliance Officer as its Title IX Coordinator, with overall responsibility for oversight of the university's compliance with its obligations under Title IX, including, but not limited to, its obligations to investigate and respond to allegations of sexual harassment, assault and/or misconduct:
Liz Means Title IX Coordinator 1 University of Arkansas Administration Building 405 Mailstop: ADMN 405 Office: (479) 575-7111 (voice) Cell phone: (479) 409-9972 (voice or text) Email: email@example.com Relay Services http://www.arkansasrelay.com/
For allegations of sexual assault by students, the university has designated Deputy Title IX Coordinators
Dr. Shane Barker
Serves as the Office of Support, Training, Advocacy, & Resources on Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence coordinated through the University Health Services, Health Promotion and Education Department. Located at the Pat Walker Health Center, Office 277, STAR Central serves the university community through education programs, professional consultations, and victim advocacy services. For more information view their brochure or contact:
Mary A. Wyandt-Hiebert, PhD, MCHES, CWHC
firstname.lastname@example.org or (479) 575-7252
Director, STAR Central
Assistant Director, Pat Walker Health Center, Health Marketing
Assistant Professor, Community Health Promotion, Adjunct Faculty
Fayetteville Police Department:
Springdale Police Department:
Bentonville Police Department:
Rogers Police Department:
A program with Willow Creek Hospital is available for acute victims of sexual assault (72 hours or less from the date of the incident) for forensic evidence collection and medical exam
4301 Greathouse Springs Road, Johnson, AR 72741
Phone: (479) 684-3000
Click HERE for directions.
More than 200 dedicated healthcare professionals make their career Community Clinic.
Our approach to healthcare differs from a traditional doctor's office. Providing culturally
and linguistic appropriate services for our Spanish- and Marshallese-speaking patients
is a top priority.
Founded in 1986, with a mission to provide quality health and dental services to low income individuals regardless of their ability to pay.
The clinic accepts uninsured as well as privately insured patients.
The clinic operates using staff as well as volunteer medical providers, dentists, pharmacists, nurses, technicians, psychologists, physical therapists, health educators, and lay volunteers, coordinated by a small paid staff. It has 75 medical professional volunteers and 25 lay volunteers (mostly pre-med, pre-dental, and pre-pharmacy students.)
1100 N. Woolsey Ave.
Fayetteville, Arkansas 72703
Tel: (479) 444-7548 Fax: (479) 444-3381
Ozark Guidance is a private local, Joint Commission accredited, non-profit mental health center. We are committed to meeting the needs of the individual, family, and community for better mental health in Northwest Arkansas. Since 1970, Ozark Guidance has helped tens of thousands of children, adults, and families in Washington, Benton, Madison, and Carroll Counties live better lives by providing high quality, affordable mental healthcare services.
At Ozark Guidance, we give people the tools they need and guide them to success. Through a variety of treatments including individual counseling, education, and rehabilitation, we equip people with coping skills to overcome their obstacles—whether they are biological obstacles or obstacles that are due to one’s environment and situation.
For information about Ozark Guidance contact us by telephone at 479.750.2020 or 800.234.7052
or view our website: http://www.ozarkguidance.org/index.php. Our mental health crisis phones are answered 24/7.
Normal administrative business hours are Monday – Friday 8:00am-5:00pm.
The Employee Assistance Program provides confidential assistance to identify and resolve marital, family, financial, health, alcohol, drug, legal, emotional or stress-related problems, and address other personal concerns which may adversely affect employee job performance. The university contracts with the Employee Assistance Program to provide services, which are offered to benefits-eligible employees and their immediate family members at no cost.
300 N. College Ave, Suite 201 E.
1123 South University, Suite 700
204 Nash Street
Get help now! Northwest Arkansas Rape Crisis Center answers questions and provides
crisis intervention, referral information and emotional support to survivors on our
24-hour toll-free hotline.
Help is just a phone call away: 800-794-4175 or visit the website: http://nwarapecrisis.org/
Our mission at Recovery.org is to connect people and their families with the information and resources to help them recover from substance abuse and behavioral disorders. We are a private resource and do not receive funding from any state or government programs, working instead with some of the country’s most respected treatment organizations who support and sponsor our efforts. We are real people who have had experience with addiction and recovery—some of us firsthand, with others having seen the havoc it can wreak on family and friends. We have come out of the other side stronger for it, and firmly believing that recovery is possible for everyone. There is no tried-and-true formula that works for every person, and we will all take different paths. Still, we believe that recovery is absolutely possible, and that it should be placed within reach of anyone and everyone who wishes to get better. Visit the website for more information:
Administration Building 405
Mailstop: ADMN 405
Fax: (479) 575-7637 (fax)
Email for Title IX: email@example.com