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Sexual Assault/Harassment Support

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Sexual Assult and Harassment Support


If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted:

  • Go to a safe place
  • If you want to report the crime, call 911 immediately or contact your college's Security
  • Go to your nearest hospital emergency room as soon as possible. Even if you believe you have not been injured you should be assessed for the risk of STDs and pregnancy.
  • Preserve evidence by avoiding showering, bathing, douching, washing your hands, or brushing your teeth. Save your clothing.
  • Get support from someone you trust who can be with you and give you support

Even if some time has passed since you were assaulted, seek support.  You are not alone! 

CCC Wellness Center counselors offer confidential support

While most CCC staff are required under Title IX to report instances of sexual assault, Wellness Center staff are specifically designated as confidential sources of support. Wellness Center counselors provide you a safe place to talk and can help you to:          
  • Get medical care
  • Decide whether to report to CCC Security or the police
  • Understand your rights as a CCC student
  • Decide whether to report to a CCC official
  • Find off-campus resources, including free legal help, advocacy, confidential counseling, and support groups (Chicago Area Sexual Assault Resources)
  • Understand the short-term and long-term impacts of sexual assault/harassment on you as a person and as a student
  • Obtain support from other people at your college
  • Build upon your strengths and get support over time as you heal and regain your sense of safety

Find your college's Wellness Center          

April 2019 Sexual Assault Awareness Programming         

All Colleges and District Office       

Denim Day    

On April 24th, wear jeans to support survivors of sexual assault and protest sexual violence myths.      

Daley     
   

  • April 9-11 – YWCA – Tabling in the Lobby from 9am-5pm
  • April 24 – Denim Day – Encourage students and staff to wear denim, LCD screens with information, photo booth
  • April 25 – VOICES – Bystander Intervention Training – Open to all students, mandatory for student leaders

Harold Washington         

  • April 3: Domestic Violence Resources, 10:00- 2:00 in the second floor atrium
  • April 11: Domestic Violence Resources, 10:00 - 2:00 in the second floor atrium

Kennedy-King    
  

Check back for events at KKC.
     

Malcolm X         

  • April 2-4: Clothesline Project, 11:00 - 2:30 in the Cafeteria
  • April 23-24, Collaborative Art Survivor Tree 11:00 - 1:00 in the Cafeteria

Olive-Harvey         

Check back for events at OHC.
     

Truman         

  • Has 2 window displays in the Student Activities Center, one focused on Consent and another promoting Denim Day.
  • Is hosting weekly tabling aimed at promoting consent and victim's awareness
  • Is promoting a Teal Ribbon campaign
  • April 24 - Is Celebrating/recognizing – Denim Day – Encourage students and staff to wear denim
  • April 10 - Wellness Fair on with YWCA and Mujeres Latinas
     
Wright     
   
  • April 4: Introducing Consent and Title IX ,11:30 am in the Events Building Atrium
  • April 8: Bystander Intervention Training, 12:30 pm in room S-247
           
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