Sexual Assault Resources

University Resources for Reporting Crime:

University Police – 814-863-1111

Local Police – 911 or 814-234-7150

Victim/Witness Advocate – 814-865-1864

Sexual Assault Awareness and Response Office ( Penn State’s Title IX Office)

Paul Apicella, Senior Director

222 Boucke Building

Pua26@psu.edu

814-867-0099

National Resources for Reporting Crime – Please contact if University is unable to provide help, or you believe is committing a Title 9 Offense

EndRapeOnCampus.org

                  424-777-EROC

Provide free, direct assistance to all survivors of gender-based and sexual violence, including, but not limited to, in the following ways:

– connecting survivors, parents and friends with support networks

– filing federal complaints

– mentoring student activists

– connecting survivors with mental health professionals

– connecting survivors with legal counsel

Emotional Support Resources:

Counseling & Psychological Services
501 Student Health Center

814-863-0395
M-F 8:00am-5:00pm

Staff of licensed psychologists providing free counseling for students

Center for Women Students

204 Boucke Building

814-863-2027

Erin Farley and Anna Jantz, Graduate Assistants for women students

Provide free counseling, resources, and advocacy for women

Women’s Resource Center

140 W Nittany Ave, State College, PA 16801 · (814) 238-7066                                                                                         Services include:

24-Hour Hotline

Emergency Shelter

Counseling & Advocacy

Transitional Housing

Support Groups

Community Education and more

Pregnancy resource center

423 S Pugh St, State College, PA 16801 · (814) 234-7341

Provide Pregnancy and STD testing free of charge and completely confidential