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Campus Advocacy

The Rape Crisis Center of Milford provides advocacy for all students on the University of New Haven campus and other students in our area. Please contact one of our Campus Advocates at


or call the hotline at 203-878-1212. All services are free and confidential. 

For any questions about our on campus services, please contact: 

UNH Campus Advocacy:

Marisol Ramos Cummings -

Linda Hughes -

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Rape Crisis Center Campus Services: 

  • "Drop In" Hours where students can meet with Campus Advocate without appointment. 

    • Available in Counseling and Psychological Services Office ​
    • Fall 2021 Semester hours:​​
      • Mondays 2:30pm-4:30pm
      • Thursdays 8:30am to 10:30am
  • Provide and explain options for Reporting to the University of New Haven or the local Police Department

  • Accompaniment to the local police department to report a Sexual Assault crime

  • Accompaniment to the Campus Police or Dean of Students Office at the U. of New Haven

  • Accompaniment to the local hospital to receive medical attention/follow-up OR collect evidence for the Sexual Assault Kit

  • Advisement when formally reporting in an investigation to the University of New Haven

  • Psychoeducation in a 1:1 setting (Coping Skills, SA, IPV, Healthy Relationships, Boundaries, Trust, Etc.)

  • Advocacy and assistance within the court system and due process

  • Referrals to Mental Health Counseling (On or off campus)

  • General Advocacy

  • Will keep names and information confidential (except if there is a threat of harming oneself or others)

  • The College Advocate will not approach a student they may be working with if they see one another on campus. This is to ensure that the student feels comfortable but can absolutely approach or acknowledge the College Advocate on campus if they choose to.



University of New Haven Resources:

Title IX Contacts:

Title IX Coordinator

Caroline Kozietek


Ashley Dunn

Director Title IX/VAWA Compliance


University Confidential Services:

Counseling and Psychological Services


Health Services


University Support Services:

University Police Department

203-932-7014 (Non Emergency)

203-932-7070 (Emergency)

Office of the Dean of Students


Office of Residential Life


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