Confidential Campus Resources

The Prevention, Advocacy and Resource Center (PARC)

Providing a warm and welcoming space that is open to to anyone who has been impacted by sexual assault, sexual harassment dating/domestic violence, or stalking, as well as the supporters and friends of those impacted, the Prevention, Advocacy and Resource Center (PARC) is open for drop-ins Monday through Friday from noon to 5 p.m. during the academic year. Two trained Peer Advocates are available for confidential one-on-one conversations (available in English, French, Spanish, and Mandarin); support during the reporting processes to Title IX and/or the police; make connections to on- and off-campus resources; and offer self-care ideas. Meetings with professional advocates are available by appointment in addition to these drop-in hours. PARC also offers a library of trainings that can be requested by any member of the Brandeis community on topics such as Bystander Intervention, Supporting Survivors, and more.

The Prevention, Advocacy & Resource Center is located in Usdan G-108 (in the hallway to the right of Levin Ballroom). Visit the Prevention, Advocacy & Resource Center website for complete information.

Confidential University Resources

If you would like to discuss an incident, but do not want a formal or informal investigation into the matter, you may contact the following resources:

Brandeis Confidential Complaint Hotline

Brandeis Health Center

Multifaith Chaplaincy

Brandeis Counseling Center

University Ombuds

Confidential Peer Resources

Brandeis 6TALK Peer Hotline

Queer Resource Center (QRC)

Student Sexuality and Information Services (SSIS)
text: 586-ASK-SSIS

Students Talking About Relationships (STAR)