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Confidential Resources

OIE staff members stand ready to meet with faculty, staff, or students by phone or in-person. If you are not ready to pursue a formal complaint, you can withhold your name and other key details. We can talk through your circumstances and provide guidance on complaint options and services.

Below is a list of confidential University resources. None of these resources would require any involvement by OIE, but could provide help and support. There are even more resources in Appendix B of the Sexual Misconduct Policy and Procedures 

 

CONFIDENTIAL RESOURCES FOR FACULTY AND STAFF

mySupport – 443-997-7000, option 2
Serves University faculty & staff & their immediate family members.  
https://hr.jhu.edu/benefits-worklife/support-programs

East Baltimore Campus
550 North Broadway
Suites 507 & 510, Baltimore, MD 21205

Johns Hopkins @ Eastern
1101 East 33rd Street, Suite C100
Baltimore, MD 21218

During COVID-19 pandemic, all services are provided via telemedicine. 

 

CONFIDENTIAL RESOURCES FOR STUDENTS

JHU Sexual Assault Helpline—410-516-7333
A confidential service available 24/7 to ALL JHU students. Receive information, support and discuss options for medical care, counseling and reporting with professional counselors. Calls do NOT constitute making an official report of sexual misconduct to the University. Callers can remain anonymous.

 

JHU Counseling Center – 410-516-8278*
Serves all full-time undergraduate & graduate students from KSAS, WSE, & Peabody.
Homewood Campus
1 East 31st Street, N200 Baltimore, MD 21218

https://studentaffairs.jhu.edu/student-health/

*The Counseling Center on the Homewood campus, also coordinates on a University-wide basis, confidential sexual assault resources and serves as a liaison between the University and Baltimore City confidential resources.

 

JHU Student Health and Wellness Center 410-516-8270
Serves all full-time, part-time & visiting undergraduate & graduate students from KSAS, WSE & Peabody. 
Homewood Campus
1 East 31st Street, N200 Baltimore, MD 21218
http://jhu.edu/studenthealth

 

Gender Violence Prevention & Education – 410-516-8396
Primarily serves students.
Alyse Campbell, Gender Violence Prevention & Education Specialist
acampb39@jhu.edu

 

Religious & Spiritual Life – 410-516-1880
3400 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21218
http://jhu.edu/chaplain

 

Johns Hopkins Student Assistance Program (JHSAP)
Serves graduate, medical & professional students from the following schools and programs, and their spouses and partners:

  • Carey Business School
  • Krieger School of Arts and Sciences: Advanced Academic Programs (AAP)
  • School for Advanced and International Studies
  • School of Education
  • School of Medicine (graduate and medical students)
  • School of Nursing
  • School of Public Health
  • Whiting School of Engineering: Engineering for Professionals (EP)

Call 443-287-7000 to make an appointment and to receive in-the-moment support, 24/7/365
http://jhsap.org

JHSAP clinicians see clients via telemedicine and in person at offices in East Baltimore, Charles Village, and Washington, D.C. During COVID-19 pandemic, all services are provided via telemedicine. 

 

Johns Hopkins University Health Services/Mental Health Services
Serves Bloomberg School of Public Health, School of Medicine, and School of Nursing students, residents, fellows & trainees & their spouses or domestic partners.

University Health Services (UHS) – 410-955-3250
933 N. Wolfe Street, Baltimore, MD 21205
http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/uhs

Mental Health Services – 410-955-1892
Available by telephone 24/7.
Press “0” to speak with the on-call psychiatrist in an emergency