Concerns may include: having been sexually assaulted recently or in the past and want to know your options, want to report a sexual assault recently or in the past, want to talk to someone about your recent or past sexual assault, questions about a recent or past sexual assault.
PEACC provides confidential advocacy and assistance to university students, staff and faculty who are impacted by sexual assault, dating or domestic violence, sexual harassment or stalking. PEACC also works to prevent this kind of violence from happening by offering a menu of programs and training to help everyone create a community where violence is unacceptable and to intervene when there is a concern.
We provide both preventive and acute care for students, plus:
• Women's health services
• Psychiatric services, including medication management
• Travel medicine
• Free flu shots
• Allergy shots
• Specialist referrals & coordination of care with off-site specialists
• Student health insurance program
• Health insurance billing and advocacy
• Health promotion events and activities
• Sexual assault and violence prevention, intervention and assistance
The University of Louisville Counseling Center provides short term individual, group, and couples counseling, crisis intervention, and psychological testing. Our clients seek services for a variety of areas of concern, including psychological, personal/social, academic, and career issues. Counseling Center professionals provide consultation to faculty and staff members, as well as participate in outreach, training, advocacy, program development, and research. Our licensed providers and graduate trainees work in conjunction with the University community to promote a healthy campus environment that maximizes academic success and student retention.
Our office provides a variety of services in support of students, including:
• Assistance with a student concern, advocacy, or student grievance,
• Filing of a student complaint,
• Requesting an absence notification,
• Assistance with withdrawal or compassionate withdrawal,
• Assistance with a conduct situation (Code of Student Conduct),
• Requesting a student conduct record check,
• Requesting student emergency funds,
• Assistance with a Title IX situation (Student Sexual Misconduct Policy), and
• Requesting suicide prevention training (QPR training or AFSP "It's Real" training), or other information related to Cards SPEAK
If you need assistance but do not know where to go for help, contact the Dean of Students office.
Health Promotion Wellbeing Central (HPWC) was established by UofL Campus Health Services in January 2007. Primarily informed by the Ecological Model of Health Promotion, HPWC specializes in creative services and tools to support student well-being, engagement, resilience and critical thinking.
The PSC is a psychology clinic, training and research facility staffed by doctoral students in Clinical Psychology who are supervised by Licensed Clinical Psychologists. The PSC is operated by the Clinical Psychology program of the University of Louisville and provides services for children, adolescents, and adults.
PSC also has an Eating Disorder Specialty Treatment clinic. The Eating Disorder Specialty Clinic offers empirically-based assessment and treatments for eating and related disorders. We provide services for eating disorders, disordered eating, appearance anxiety, body dissatisfaction, and eating anxiety. PSC also holds weekly eating disorder recovery support group. Go here for more information for support group. http://www.louisvilleeatlab.com/eating-disorder-support-group.html.
Title IX prohibits schools, colleges and universities that receive federal funds from discriminating based on sex—whether in the form of different treatment, or hostile educational environment created by sexual harassment or assault. The Title IX Coordinator oversees all aspects of UofL’s compliance with Title IX, including policies and procedures related to sexual misconduct and other forms of sex discrimination, coordinating the training of students, faculty and staff, and ensuring that assault survivors have access to appropriate resources and support.