Help and Support
Provides 24/7 support to anyone affected by sexual trauma and abuse in Douglas, Franklin and Jefferson Counties.
KU's CARE Coordinator provides support to survivors of gender based violence (sexual assault, violence and harassment, stalking, intimate partner/domestic violence, use of alcohol to gain sexual access).
Provides comprehensive medical care and outreach programs through a team of dedicated professionals.
The LMH emergency room provides SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) exams and other services to survivors and others who may be in crisis.
Call the toll-free 24/7 Kansas Crisis Hotline at 1-888-363-2287, or visit the website for an interactive map of service providers near you.
If you’re thinking about suicide, concerned for a friend, grieving, feeling hopeless, or just need to talk to someone about something that is going on in your life.
Helps students with issues related to adjusting to college and other psychological, interpersonal and family problems.
Provides KU employees with information, short-term counseling, advice and referrals to licensed professionals.
Builds safer communities through shelter, services and support to survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking.
Provides caring, effective and confidential services that address diverse mental health needs.
Provides 24-hour, free-of-charge services, including crisis line support, hospital advocacy, criminal justice and personal advocacy. Interpreters can be provided for any language, spoken or signed.
Law Enforcement & Legal
Provides KU students enrolled at the Lawrence campus with assistance on commonly occurring legal issues.
Offers legal assistance, including protection from abuse and stalking, and various other civil cases as determined by the organization, municipal court criminal cases, juvenile cases as appointed by the court.
Helps low income Kansans meet their basic needs through the provision of important legal and mediation services to provide equal access to justice for the most vulnerable Kansans.
Committed to supporting and serving all members of the KU community, while striving to create a campus environment free of discrimination.
Seeks to support the personal, educational and professional success of students by challenging patriarchal norms that impede full access to the university.
A confidential, impartial, informal and independent office on campus where members of the campus community can discuss issues they may be facing as a student, faculty or staff faculty member.
Responsible for providing a comprehensive range of services that improve the lives of those who work, learn and visit the University of Kansas.
Works to promote diversity and inclusion through fostering an open, accessible and inclusive learning and working environment.
Leads and facilitates the development of institutional policies and protocols intended to create a more representative, equitable and inclusive KU.
Provides support and services for current and prospective students from historically marginalized populations.
Addresses incidents of non-academic misconduct on campus and educates students about the Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities.
Serves the University of Kansas and the greater Lawrence area community by providing an array of high quality, affordable mental health services.