Interpersonal Violence

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Interpersonal Violence

Counseling / Advocacy

Kim Webb

  • Email: kim_webb@wustl.edu

  • Office number: 314-935-8761 

  • Kim can be contacted through SARAH (314-935-8080) or WUPD (315-935-5555) in emergencies (when she is not in her office).

  • Kim Webb is the director of the Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center (RSVP Center). She is a confidential resource who provides counseling and referrals for students who have been involved in situations regarding sexual assault, rape, stalking, interpersonal violence, and related topics. Kim provides these services to all students. Some services that Kim offers specifically for survivors is helping change housing and classes, communicating with professors, and accompanying students while going to the hospital. In addition, Kim can explain legal procedures to students, along with accompanying them to the courthouse.

Safe Connections

  • Website: Safe Connections

  • Crisis Line (24/7): 314-531-2003

  • Business: 314-646-7500

  • Location: 2165 Hampton Ave.

  • Safe connections offers individual counseling, crisis intervention, domestic violence groups, and classes free of charge.

Alternatives to Living in Violent Environments (ALIVE)

  • Website: ALIVE STL

  • Crisis Line (24/7): 314-993-2777

  • Business Line: 314-993-7080

  • ALIVE offers free information, individual and group counseling, court advocacy, assistance with seeking shelter, and other services.

Provident St. Louis

  • Website: Provident STL

  • Crisis Line (24/7): 314-647-4357

  • Business Line: 314-533-8200

  • Location: 2650 Olive Blvd

  • Provident STL offers individual and group therapy, provides assistance to people who have experienced sexual assault and abuse, hosts programs for male survivors and male partners of survivors, and offers batterer intervention programs.

Shelters/ Advocacy 

*Please feel free to call SARAH for more information and options about shelters.

Women’s Safe House

  • Website: Women’s Safe House

  • Crisis Line (24/7): 314-772-4535

  • The Women’s Safe House offers free shelter, counseling, legal advocacy, support groups, and other services.

St. Martha’s Hall

  • Website: Saint Martha’s Hall

  • Crisis Line (24/7): 314-533-1313

  • St. Martha’s Hall offers shelter, mandatory support groups, counselor referrals, legal advocacy, children’s therapy, and other services. St. Martha’s 

National Resource

Love is Respect

  • Website: Loveisrespect

  • Hotline (24/7): 866-331-9474 

  • Online chat on website (24/7)

  • Text line (24/7): text loveis to 22522*

  • Love is Respect offers support, information, and advocacy to young people who have questions or concerns about their relationships. The organization also provides these services to people who are concerned about someone they know. The services are free and confidential.

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