Confidential support for sexual misconduct
It can be hard to ask for help, but that's where your healing begins.
Get confidential support as a survivor of sexual misconduct, including sexual violence, dating or domestic violence, stalking, sexual harassment, or harassment based on gender identity or sexual orientation.
You have access to:
Use the FLC Health Center when you are strictly seeking medical care. You'll find inclusive and collaborative health care to support you in your healing.
Call (970) 247-7355 to schedule an appointment or drop in during business hours at 170 Skyhawk Station.
SANE is Mercy Regional Medical Center's forensic nurse exam program. You can get medical care, STI testing, and evidence collection. FLC Police can transport you to Mercy and funds are available to pay for the exam. You can choose to receive care anonymously and without making a report to law enforcement.
Even if you don't know if your experience “counts” as sexual misconduct, we understand if you're concerned about the impact of talking about it. Maybe you want help with what to do next. Whatever your situation, you can talk about it with a trained professional in a safe, confidential space.
Call the FLC Counseling Center at 970-247-7212 to schedule an appointment with a professional advocate and case manager.
Community organizations on campus
Call the Durango Sexual Assault Services Organization’s (SASO’s) 24-hour hotline at 970-247-5400. SASO has a campus location in EBH 240 from 12 to 2 p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays.
Learn about SASO
Call the Domestic Violence Hotline at (970) 247-9619. Alternative Horizons has a campus location in EBH 240 from 12 to 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Visit Alternative Horizons
We all need some help sometimes. The Counseling Center is here to support you.
Call 970-247-7212 to make an appointment with our counseling staff.