Resources for Victims of Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Sexual Assault and Stalking

The University has procedures in place that serve to be sensitive to those who report domestic violence, dating violence, and sexual assault & stalking, including informing individuals about their right to file criminal charges as well as the availability of counseling, health, mental health, victim advocacy, legal assistance, visa and immigration assistance and other services on and/or off campus as well as additional remedies to prevent contact between a complainant and an accused party, such as course scheduling, transportation and/or working accommodations, if reasonably available. The University will make such accommodations, if the victim requests them and if they are reasonably available, regardless of whether the victim chooses to report the crime to the Department of University Safety or local law enforcement. Students and employees should contact Dr. Linda Andrzjewski, the Title IX Coordinator (see below) to request accommodations related to a case of sexual misconduct.

On-Campus Resources/Supports
Visa & Immigration Assistance International Affairs Director International Affairs
(302) 327-4791
320 N. DuPont Hwy., Pratt Building
New Castle, DE 19720
Health No Campus Resource - See Off Campus Resources  
Mental Health
Victim Advocacy
Legal Assistance
Financial Aid Financial Aid Department Director of Financial Aid
(302) 356-6982
320 N. DuPont Hwy.,
New Castle, DE 19720
Title IX Coordinator Administrative and Legal Affairs Department Dr. Linda Andrzjewski,
Title IX Coordinator
(302) 356-6754
47 Reads Way Rm #440
New Castle, DE 19270
Campus Law Enforcement University Safety Safety Supervisor
(302) 356-6704
320 N. DuPont Hwy., Alumni Building
New Castle, DE 19720

Additional Off-Campus Resources/Supports
Help Lines:
Counseling/Health/Mental Health/Victim Advocacy /Legal Assistance/Protective Orders
Delaware Delaware Help Line – Dial 211 or
1 (800) 560-3372 or
New Jersey New Jersey Help Line – Dial 211 or
(877) 652-1148 or
For FT Faculty and FT and PT Staff All Locations Employee Assistance Program,
Health Advocate – (877) 240-6863
Other Resources: Delaware
Catholic Charities
(302) 655-9624
Children and Families First
(302) 658-5177
1 (800) 220-3092
Delaware Coalition Against Domestic Violence
(302) 658-2958
Battered Women’s Shelter Delaware 1 (800) 701-0456
Milford Turning Point at People’s Place
(302) 424-2420
The Safe Program
(302) 422-8058
Georgetown Domestic Violence Advocacy Center
(302) (856) 5843
People’s Place
(302) 422-8033
Abriendo Puertas (for Spanish Speaking survivors)
(302) 745-9874
New Jersey Salem County Women’s Services
(856) 935-6655
Center for Family Services
1 (877) 922-2377
Real House Inc.
Providence House
(856) 824-0599
Child, Inc. Domestic Violence Crisis Hotline Delaware Domestic Violence Crisis Hotline
(including emergency shelters)

(302) 762-6110 – New Castle
(302) 678-3886 – Northern Kent
(302) 422-8058 – Kent and Sussex
Rape Crisis (Victim Advocacy) Delaware Dial 211 or 1 (800) 560-3372 or
Contact Life Line 1 (800) 262-9800
New Jersey New Jersey Domestic Violence Hotline
1 (800) 572-7233
Visa/ Immigration Services Delaware Catholic Charities, Diocese of Wilmington
(302) 655-9624
Community Legal Aid
(302) 575-0660 – Wilmington
(302) 674-8500 – Dover
(302) 856-0038 – Georgetown
La Esperanza (Georgetown)
(302) 854-9262
New Jersey Camden Center for Law and Social Justice
(856) 583-2950
Casa Esperanza
(732) 748-1111
Catholic Charities (Camden)
(856) 342-4100
El Comite de Apoyo a los Trabajadores Agricolas
(856) 881-2507
Immigrant Connection at Cross Point Wesleyan Church
(856) 376-0343
Prosecuting Attorney’s Office Delaware
(302) 577-8500
New Jersey
(609) 292-4925
Department of Education
Office of Civil Rights
Philadelphia Office Office of Civil Rights
U.S. Department of Education
The Wanamaker Building
100 Penn Square East, Suite 515
Philadelphia, PA 19107-3323
(215) 656-8451