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Resources for Emotional and Physical Support

Confidential Resources:

If you want to keep the details of a sexual violence incident confidential, you should speak with someone who has a professional or legal obligation to keep communications confidential. You have the right to ask for someone who can keep what you have to say confidential. Confidential resources include (but are not limited to) APSU mental health counselors, pastoral counselors, social workers, psychologists, health center employees, or any other person with a professional license requiring confidentiality. These resources do not report any information about an incident to the Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Title IX Coordinator without your permission:

 

APSU Student Counseling Services, Ard Building
524 College St.
(931) 221-6162
Website: http://www.apsu.edu/counseling

 

APSU Student Health Services
Ellington Building, Room 104.
(931) 221-7107
Website: http://www.apsu.edu/healthservices.

 

Therapists at the Sexual Assault Center (S.A.C.)
221 A Dunbar Cave Road.
(931) 647-3632
Hotline: 1-800-879-1999

 

Centerstone (Harriet Cohn Center)
511 8th Street.
(931) 920-7200
(888) 291-4357

 

Tennova Healthcare Center
651 Dunlop Lane.
(931) 502-1000

 

 

Members of the clergy on or off campus, including clergy at the Baptist Collegiate Ministry at APSU: (931) 647-6940; Website: www.apsu.edu/bcmWesley Foundation Student Center at APSU: (931) 647-6412

 

Note: If you choose to report in a confidential manner, APSU may be unable to conduct an investigation into the matter or pursue disciplinary action against the alleged offender.

 

Non-confidential Resources, On Campus:

You may choose to report to a Responsible University employee.  A responsible employee includes any APSU employee who has the authority to take action to redress sexual violence; to whom has been given the duty of reporting incidents of sexual violence by students to the Title IX Coordinator or the Deputy Title IX Coordinator; or whom a student could reasonably believe has this authority or duty.  Responsible APSU employees must promptly report your complaint to the Title IX Coordinator or the Deputy Title IX Coordinator, including reporting possible violations of APSU policy and all relevant details about the alleged sexual misconduct, so that APSU can investigate the matter and resolve it fairly.  These resources include, but are not limited to:

 

Title IX Coordinator:
Sheila Bryant
Director of Equal Opportunity & Affirmative Action
601 College Street
Browning Building, Room 6A
Clarksville, TN 37044
bryantsm@apsu.edu
(931) 221-7178

 

Deputy Title IX Coordinator:
Gregory Singleton
Associate Vice-President for Student Affairs & Dean of Students
601College Street
Morgan University Center, Room 206D
Clarksville, TN 37044
singletong@apsu.edu
(931) 221-7005

 

APSU Public Safety/Campus Police
Shasteen Building
24 Hour Dispatch: (931) 221-7786, On-Campus Emergency: 911
For sending ANONYMOUS texts or picture messages: (931) 494-6672
apsupolice@apsu.edu

 

List of other Non-Confidential Responsible APSU Employees

 

Non-confidential Resources, Off Campus:


Clarksville Police Department
135 Commerce Street
Normal Hours 8am – 4:30pm: (931) 648-0656; Emergency: 911

 

Clarksville Police Dept. Domestic Violence Victim Assistant Program:
Domestic Violence Victim Assistants: (931) 221-1180; (931) 221-1181

 

Montgomery County Sheriff
120 Commerce Street, Suite #501
(931) 648-0611

 

Domestic Violence Intake Center (Protective Orders)
http://www.tncourts.gov/programs/self-help-center/forms/order-protection-forms

 

Montgomery County Courts Complex
2 Millennium Plaza
(931) 648-7000

 

United Methodist Urban Ministries Safe House
217 S. Third Street
(931) 552-6900