Confidential Resources include any University employee or independent contractor who has the ability to maintain the confidentiality of communications under applicable law or by designation. Confidential Resources include medical, clinical, and mental-health professionals, and clergy when acting in that professional role in the provision of services; and any employee providing administrative, operational and/or related support for such providers in their performance of such services. Confidential Resources will not disclose information about Prohibited Conduct without the individual’s written permission or as set forth in the Confidentiality section above. When individuals who otherwise are Confidential Resources receive information outside of the provision of services, the Confidential Resource is required to share that information with the Title IX Coordinator. For example, a licensed counselor who receives a disclosure in the context of speaking at a prevention program would be required to share the information with the Title IX Coordinator.
The following are on-campus Confidential Resources:
The Office of Counseling Services is staffed by professional, licensed counselors and is available to all students. The office is open from 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday. Appointments can be made by calling 812-488-2663. Emergency counseling services are available after hours by calling the Office of Safety and Security at 812-488-2051, and asking for the counselor on call.
The Office of Religious Life is staffed with licensed and ordained clergy in the United Methodist Church who provide pastoral care and counseling resources to the University of Evansville. Chaplains are best available by appointment or can be reached after hours by contacting the Office of Safety and Security at 812-488-2051.
The Health Center is staffed and operated by Tri-State Community Clinics, LLC (TSCC) and is available to all full-time students, as well as employees who are enrolled on UE health insurance. The University of Evansville Health Center is staffed by Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses and medical assistants who are under the supervision of R. Chad Perkins, MD, Chief Medical Officer of TSCC. The Health Center is open from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday during the fall and semesters, with reduced hours in the summer.
While these Confidential Resources will ordinarily be able to maintain the confidentiality of the information shared with them in the course of their duties, there are certain limited circumstances where they may be required by law to share information. Those circumstances include:
- If they believe there is imminent danger of self-harm.
- If there is reason to believe that child, elder, or dependent abuse has occurred.
- If you report being sexually assaulted and are under the age of 18.
- If the individual express threats of violence towards another person.
- If federal law enforcement officials request your information under the United States Patriot Act.
- Under court order, subpoena or as otherwise required by law.
Employees may also obtain confidential counseling from the University’s Employee Assistance Program, which can be accessed by contacting the 1-888-293-6948.
Assistance and information relating to incidents involving sexual assault, intimate partner violence and stalking may also be obtained from these organizations not affiliated with the University. Be sure to ask each organization about its policy concerning confidentiality.
Holly’s House: Non-residential victim advocacy center
750 N. Park Drive
Evansville, IN 47710
Albion Fellows Bacon Center: Victim advocacy and shelter
Domestic Violence Hotline: 812-422-5622
Sexual Assault Hotline: 812-424-7273
RAINN: National sexual assault hotline
1-800-656-HOPE (4673) for 24/7 live chat or more information
Matthew 25: HIV/AIDS services
Old Post Office Plaza
101 NW 1st St, Suite 215
Evansville, IN 47708
Vanderburgh County Health Department: HIV/STD clinic
420 Mulberry Street
Evansville, IN 47713