I need help for myself
If you are in immediate danger or afraid that you will be hurt again, call Public Safety at 610-328-8333 or the police at 911.
You can also contact the Swarthmore Police Department directly at 610-543-0123.
If you need immediate assistance in safety planning, we recommend calling a 24-hour crisis line like the ones below for support and to assist you in decision-making:
- Delaware County Victim Assistance Center
24 Hour Sexual Assault Victims Hotline: 610-566-4342
- National Domestic Violence Center 1-800-799-SAFE or text "START" to 88788
- Crozer-Chester Medical Center
1 Medical Center Blvd., Chester, PA 19013 (3.5 miles)
- Riddle Memorial Hospital
1068 W. Baltimore Pike, Media, PA 19063 (7.5 miles)
- Springfield Hospital
190 W. Sproul Road, Springfield, PA 19064 (3 miles)
Community Health Centers
Latino Community Health Center
- Mazzoni Center
LGBTQ health & well-being
- Planned Parenthood SEPA
Expert, non-judgemental healthcare
- PSARC (Philadelphia Sexual Assault Response Center)
24/7 SANE assessment and evaluation: 215-425-1625
You have the right to receive supportive measures to ensure your safety and well-being. Supportive measures can be requested through the Title IX Office and can be imposed regardless of whether a criminal or College formal complaint has been filed.
Supportive measures may include, but are not limited to:
- Academic assistance, including deadline extensions, excused absences, and other accommodations provided by faculty without compromising your privacy
- Contact restrictions, or assistance in obtaining a Protection from Abuse (PFA) Order
- Housing changes
- Public Safety escorts, both on-campus and/or to off-campus appointments
- Referrals to medical or emergency services
- Voluntary leaves of absence
- Any other support that meets your immediate needs. Maybe that’s a bus ticket, a meal that reminds you of home, some animal therapy: just let us know.
Please refer to our Policy to read more about supportive measures.
Making a Report
If you are interested in making a report with the TIX Office, you can contact the Title IX Coordinator directly at email@example.com, by calling 610-690-3720, or by clicking the "Submit Title IX Report and Concern" button below.
If you would like more information about what it means to make a report, we recommend you review "What to Expect" and "Reporting." For a more comprehensive discussion of the reporting process, please check out the information on "Making a Report" on the Title IX Office website or contact the Title IX Coordinator or Associate Director.