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Interpersonal Violence Support

If you or someone you know needs help after an incident involving sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating or relationship violence or stalking, call 803-777-8248. 

Get the Help You Need

Sexual assault and other forms of interpersonal violence are never the survivor's fault, and they're never tolerated at the University of South Carolina. We offer services for survivors and those who are helping to support a victim of interpersonal violence. Call 803-777-8248 anytime.


Medical Services

It's important to get medical attention right away after an incident. Our advocates can help by:

  • Accompanying survivors to appointments including to the hospital.
  • Following up for any specialist care.
  • Checking in on survivors' overall emotional and physical well-being.


Report Interpersonal Violence

Reporting interpersonal violence (sexual assault, dating or relationship violence or stalking) can help ensure that the survivor gets the help they need, the perpetrator is held accountable and the community is made safer.

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