Quick Escape
  • ALUMNI
  • PARENTS
  • LOCAL COMMUNITY
  • STUDENTS
  • FACULTY & STAFF
  • A-Z INDEX
  • |
Caption Arrow

Confidential Sexual Misconduct and Title IX Resources for Students

I would like to speak with someone confidentially about gender-based misconduct, sexual harassment and/or Title IX.

Whether you are a survivor/victim, respondent or witness, these people are available to you. The below on-campus and off-campus resources will keep your identity confidential. They will not report your circumstances to the college without your permission, unless otherwise required by law (such as when the complainant is a minor or when required for Clery reporting purposes). Notwithstanding, a non-identifying report may be made to the Title IX Coordinator and/or Campus Safety so that the college can identify patterns of Sexual Misconduct on campus.

Who Can Use These Resources? 

  • Anyone with general misconduct questions or questions on something they experienced or witnessed
  • Respondents (those accused of sexual misconduct)
  • Survivors/victims of sexual misconduct 
  • Witness to misconduct

Important Notes

  • Even these individuals, in situations where there is an imminent threat to the safety of the victim or to others, may be required to report the danger to law enforcement.
  • Phone numbers may be answered by a receptionist. When you call, specify that you want to speak to a confidential resource.

On-Campus

St. Norbert College Counseling & Psychological Services
Office hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
An after-hours counselor is available outside office hours.
920-403-3045

St. Norbert College Health Services
Office hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
920-403-3266 
Health Services can provide confidential medical assistance and address healthcare related questions. A Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) is not available at Health Services.

St. Norbert College Ordained Clergy / Parish
Office hours: Leave a message 24/7/365 and someone will return your call. Calls will be directed to the specific individual with whom one wishes to speak.
920-403-3011

Title IX Confidential Resource
Chris Betcher is a trained Sexual Assault Center volunteer. She helps coordinate access to the Survivor Space in the Alumni House and is available as a confidential resource to students during regular office hours.   

Off-Campus

These confidential resources are not affiliated with St. Norbert College.

Crisis Center of Family Services
Counselors are available to listen and provide support and connect individuals with other resources as needed. 

3150 Gershwin Drive, Green Bay
920-436-8888 - 24 hour hotline

Golden House
Advocates provides help and healing to victims of domestic violence.
920-432-4244 - 24 Hour Help Line / TTY or Online Chat
920-770-6415- Text

Temporary outreach location: 600 S. Webster Ave. 
Walk-in hours: 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. M-F

Sexual Assault Center for Brown County
Their staff of advocates and volunteers offer a wide range of services to survivors and their loved ones regardless of how current the abuse occurred. Bilingual staff are available for survivors from the Hispanic and Southeast Asian communities.

 920-436-8899 - 24-hour hotline

We All Rise
This African American Resource Center provides an array of services, including emotional support and victim health services. They have various support groups, including a sexual assault survivor group for women who identify as African American

430 S. Webster Ave, Green Bay
920-785-9115
920-600-4313 - 24 Hour Crisis call or text line

Wise Women Gathering Place
Provides healing, advocacy, and support groups focused in the area of relationships, trauma and all aspects of sexual violence. Services are open to anyone and are infused with a Native America cultural approach.

1641 Commanche Ave, Suite H, Green Bay
920-490-0627     

 


On-Campus

St. Norbert College Counseling & Psychological Services
Office hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
An after-hours counselor is available outside office hours.
920-403-3045

St. Norbert College Health Services
Office hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
920-403-3266 
Health Services can provide confidential medical assistance and address healthcare related questions. A Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) is not available at Health Services.

St. Norbert College Ordained Clergy / Parish
Office hours: Leave a message 24/7/365 and someone will return your call. Calls will be directed to the specific individual with whom one wishes to speak.
920-403-3011

Title IX Confidential Resource
Chris Betcher is a trained Sexual Assault Center volunteer. She helps coordinate access to the Survivor Space in the Alumni House and is available as a confidential resource to students during regular office hours.   

Off-Campus

These confidential resources are not affiliated with St. Norbert College.

Crisis Center of Family Services
Counselors are available to listen and provide support and connect individuals with other resources as needed. 

3150 Gershwin Drive, Green Bay
920-436-8888 - 24 hour hotline

Golden House
Advocates provides help and healing to victims of domestic violence.
920-432-4244 - 24 Hour Help Line / TTY or Online Chat
920-770-6415- Text

Temporary outreach location: 600 S. Webster Ave. 
Walk-in hours: 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. M-F

Sexual Assault Center for Brown County
Their staff of advocates and volunteers offer a wide range of services to survivors and their loved ones regardless of how current the abuse occurred. Bilingual staff are available for survivors from the Hispanic and Southeast Asian communities.

 920-436-8899 - 24-hour hotline

We All Rise
This African American Resource Center provides an array of services, including emotional support and victim health services. They have various support groups, including a sexual assault survivor group for women who identify as African American

430 S. Webster Ave, Green Bay
920-785-9115
920-600-4313 - 24 Hour Crisis call or text line

Wise Women Gathering Place
Provides healing, advocacy, and support groups focused in the area of relationships, trauma and all aspects of sexual violence. Services are open to anyone and are infused with a Native America cultural approach.

1641 Commanche Ave, Suite H, Green Bay
920-490-0627     

 


Back to top arrow