During office hours:
CALL 632-6720 OR COME TO THE CENTER. Tell the receptionist that this is an emergency.
- Call the University Police at 911 from a campus phone or 632-3333 from a cell phone or if you are off campus.
- Go to the Stony Brook Hospital Emergency Room on Health Sciences Drive
- Call the Psychiatry ER at 444-6050.
If you are a victim of a rape or sexual assault, seek medical attention immediately.
Consider going to the SANE Center at Stony Brook University Medical Center where you can obtain confidential medical care and a forensic exam by a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner. This exam is free and allows you to obtain evidence should you decide to report the incident to the police and/or press charges in the future. The SANE Center will hold the evidence for 30-days at minimum. Evidence can be collected up to 96 hours after the incident.
After 96 hours:
You can obtain confidential medical care at the Student Health Services located on Stadium Road. Their number is 632-6740.
You can speak confidentially to a counselor at the Counseling and Psychological Services (632-6720) from Monday to Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Additional information about all your options (judicial, legal, campus housing, medical) can be found at the Center for Prevention and Outreach and the Wo/Men's and Gender Resource Center (632-WOMN).
You can also call The Victims Information Bureau (VIBS) 24-hour hotline at (631) 360-3606 for advise and/or an advocate to provide support for you at the SANE center and afterward.
REMEMBER: You are not alone. Utilize resources on campus and in the community.
By visiting this page you have already begun the process of getting help. Continue by telling someone you trust and seeking out appropriate support from the University.