If you or someone you know may have experienced a form of sex discrimination or retaliation, it is important for you to know that there are campus and community resources available to provide help and support.
If you know about any alleged acts of sex discrimination or retaliation involving the University of Colorado Denver community and you are an employee, you are required to report the alleged incident to a Title IX official, so the University can take immediate actions to stop the alleged discrimination or retaliation.
If you are a student, family member, friend, or visitor to the campus, the University strongly encourages you to report the alleged incidents of concern to a Title IX official, so he or she may take immediate actions to keep the campus safe and determine if an investigation is needed.
CONFIDENTIAL CAMPUS RESOURCES:
The Phoenix Center at Auraria (PCA)
The PCA serves the Auraria campus, which includes CU Denver students, and provides free and confidential advocacy resources to survivors of interpersonal violence and for their families and friends. The PCA does not provide counseling, therapy, or legal advice.
There are several ways to contact the PCA. You may visit the office in the Tivoli, Suite 227 or make contact by phone at 303-556-6011 or through email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The PCA office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30am - 4:30pm. If you need assistance outside of regular business hours, you can contact their 24 hour/7day a week Helpline at 303-556-CALL (2255). The PCA also provides a list of a variety of campus, community, and web resources. Please refer to the following link for more information: http://www.thepca.org/resources
CU Denver Student and Community Counseling Center
The Counseling Center provides confidential mental health counseling services to CU Denver students and to the Denver Metro community. It is located in North Classroom 4036 at 1200 Larimer St. in Denver. The Counseling Center is open Monday through Friday and you may call 303-556-4372 during business hours to schedule an appointment or get information about their services. The Counseling Center does not provide 24 hour/7day a week services. If you have an emergency and need immediate assistance you should dial 911 or contact your local police department. The Counseling Center does provide walk-in urgent concern services during their hours of operation. You can walk-in without an appointment and let the receptionist know your concern is urgent and he/she will assist you to meet with an on-call counselor.
The Ombuds Office provides confidential and independent services to the University community. An Ombudsperson provides confidential services and he/she may assist you with informal conflict resolution. The office does not provide legal services or counseling to anyone. For the CU Denver Ombuds office, contact 303-556-4493.
NONCONFIDENTIAL CAMPUS RESOURCES:
Community Standards and Wellness
The Office of Community Standards and Wellness is located in the Tivoli, Suite 227. The staff can be reached Monday through Friday from 8am-5pm at 303-556-2444. You can report any concerning behaviors to the staff and ask questions about policies, procedures, and resources. The staff can provide conflict management and resolution and respond to any inappropriate or threatening behaviors. Any reports of alleged violations to campus rules that may fall under the scope of Title IX would require the staff to report any disclosed information to the Title IX officers, therefore they are not a confidential resource.
The Auraria Police Department services the Auraria Campus, which includes CU Denver. The department is located at the Administrative Building, Suite 110 or you can contact the office at 303-556-5000. If addition to providing emergency response and security patrols, the officers can provide night escorts to your vehicle. You may also file a crime report with one of their officers.
Office of Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education
Office of Civil Rights, Denver
The Office of Civil Rights a regional office located at 999 18th St. Suite 417. You can contact the office at 303-884-2024 to learn more information about filing a complaint with their office.
Denver Police Non-Emergency
Denver Police Victim Assistance Unit