Immediate Survivor Support
Treat injuries, collect evidence, and devlop a safety plan

If you or someone you know is experiencing an immediate threat,
CALL University Police at 620-235-4624, or DIAL 911.


Pittsburg State strongly encourages survivors of any form of violence to seek medical attention as soon as possible, even if they feel no injury was sustained.

Medical providers can treat visible physical injuries, identify injuries that may not be visible, and where appropriate, also test for and treat sexually transmitted infections (STIs), test for pregnancy, and provide emergency contraception (if requested).

In addition, a hospital can test for the presence of alcohol or drugs (e.g. “date rape” drugs) and perform a rape evidence collection procedure, which can help maintain legal options.

University Police is here to help you 24/7. Call them to start all the processes and services. A law enforcement officer will transport you to a medical center.

Call for Help

Bryant Student Health Center

All students enrolled at PSU are eligible to use the health service, regardless of health insurance coverage. Concerns about sexually transmitted infections and pregnancy will be addressed, as well as a discussion of resources and a plan for follow-up care.

Schedule Appointment at Health Center

Area Hospitals

A Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) can provide evidence collection; Sexual Violence Advocate from Safehouse Crisis Center will be called to provide support services if desired. Emergency contraception is provided in cases of sexual assault.


In thinking about current and long-term safety, you may want to consider developing a safety plan which could include ways to remain safe and possible ways to reduce the risk of future harm.

To connect with a confidential advocate who can help you with a safety plan and other options, you can contact the 24-hour SafeHouse Crisis Line at (800) 794-9148 (Hotline) or 620-670-0754 (Textline). If you feel unsafe on campus at any time, you can call University Police at 620-235-4624. For emergencies, dial 9-1-1.

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