Resources

Resources

SARAH finds it important that Wash U students have access to available resources. The resources on this page are organized by topics to help students find what they need. This page (titled Resources) hosts the layout of the resources. Please feel free to press on different topics (blue links) or use the drop-down menu under “Resources” to find more detailed information about each service.

Please feel free to call SARAH to discuss these resources and other options.

 Wash U Campus Resources includes information about:

  • Layout of Wash U services

  • Counseling

  • Medical services

  • Police and safety

  • Reporting processes

 Physical/ Sexual Health includes information about:

  • Medical health locations

  • Preparing for the hospital/ what to expect

  • Emergency contraception

  • Birth Control

  • Pregnancy

  • Abortion

  • STIs/ HIV

Mental Health includes information about:

  • Counseling

  • Suicide

Eating Disorders includes information about:

  • Counseling and Support Groups

Interpersonal Violence includes information about:

  • Counseling

  • Shelters

  • National Resource

Race includes information about:

  • Wash U Campus Resources

Religion includes information about:

  • Wash U Campus Resources

LGBTQIA* Specific includes information about:

  • Counseling

  • Wash U Campus Resources

  • Community Resources

  • National Helpline

Male Survivors includes information about:

  • Counseling for males/ men

Legal Advocacy includes information about:

  • Legal Advocacy resources