If you are experiencing any form of sexual misconduct, it is important to use resources to help you manage any mental and emotional stress, address medical needs, and implement interim support measures.  Many victim-survivors first choose to access confidential resources.  In all cases, you may want to ask a resource what information they need to share, that way you can increase your control over what happens.

If you know someone experiencing or perpetrating sexual misconduct, you may also be dealing with mental and emotional stress, as well as other impacts on your life.  Curry College encourages these people (often called "secondary victims") to access resources.  Nearly all of the resources noted here are available for secondary victims as well.  Secondary victims can receive counseling and learn ways to help support the person they know.

Anyone with questions about these issues is encouraged to contact confidential resources or Curry College's Title IX Coordinator.

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