The Department of Civil Rights and Equity Investigations is available to serve as a resource to any individual who has a sexual harassment inquiry or complaint and to provide information about how to personally respond or support a friend who may have been involved in an incident, accommodations for those involved, and applicable grievance procedures and definitions.
For a comprehensive listing of resources please visit the Title IX website.
- Department of Civil Rights and Equity Investigations
CREI case managers are available to meet with students, faculty, and staff to discuss their rights, go over resources and support services that are available, and answer questions about the investigation and resolution process through the Department of Civil Rights and Equity Investigations. Case managers can also assist with filing a formal complaint with the University. During an investigation, the case manager serves as a party’s primary point of contact, and regularly provides updates on the status of the investigation.
- Student Assistance Services
Student Assistance Services connects Texas A&M students with the appropriate guidance, resources and support to address a variety of personal and academic matters. It is a helpful beginning point of contact for information about a variety of topics.
- MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES
The aftermath of sexual violence is different for everyone, and healing can be a long journey. Many things affect a person’s response to the trauma of sexual assault, such as past trauma, past sexual assault experiences, current coping skills, current support network, and the relationship to the attacker. It can be helpful to seek support and counseling from a mental health provider. Please visit CAPS for a listing of mental health providers according to location. Just want to talk...Call the HelpLine at 979-845-2700 (V/TTY).
- MEDICAL SERVICES
Your health and safety are a primary concern. Call 911 if you are in immediate danger or go to the nearest emergency room.
Students studying in Bryan/College Station may visit Student Health Services.
*Students studying at a location other than the College Station campus should visit with student affairs staff to get information about resources in your area.
- Tell Somebody
- Tell Somebody is a private reporting mechanism for members of the Texas A&M University community to report behavior that is concerning. Reporting this information may be helpful in preventing tragic events and initiating assistance to an individual.
FACULTY AND STAFF
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a confidential mental health counseling service available to faculty, staff and their benefits-eligible dependents who may be experiencing personal or work place difficulties.
- MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES
Deer Oaks EAP services are available at no cost to benefit-eligible faculty and staff employees as well as their dependents/household members. For information or a referral to a provider located nearest you, call the toll-free Helpline at 1-888-993-7650 (available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year). More information can be found at https://employees.tamu.edu/eap/
- Sexual Assault Resource Center
Formerly known as the Rape Crisis Center, Brazos Valley, the Sexual Assault Resource Center (SARC) has been providing free and confidential services to the Brazos Valley since 1983. The organization is dedicated to helping anyone affected by sexual violence.