University of Houston-Victoria

Title IX and Equal Opportunity

Sexual Assault Resources

UHV Faculty, Staff, and Student Campus Resources:

The UHV Police Department – to report criminal/safety concerns (361-570-4357)

Title IX Office – to report a sexual misconduct violation for possible university investigation and/or to seek interim remedies (361-570-4800 or 361-570-4835) – to make a confidential complaint regarding sexual misconduct


UHV Confidential Student Resources:

Victoria Area Students:

UHV Counseling Center – to seek medical accompaniment, get help finding local resources, and for counseling (361-570-4135)

Houston Area Students:

University of Texas Health Science Center (UTHealth) - to arrange a counseling appointment that is convenient to where you live in the Houston area and to receive crisis counseling and assist you in finding available community resources 713-500-3327; toll free 800-346-3549.

UHV Faculty and Staff Resource:

UT Employee Assistance Program (UTEAP) - to receive confidential counseling, assessment and referral for faculty and staff (713-500-3327 or toll free 800-346-3549)


Off-Campus Resources for Houston Area Faculty, Staff, and Students:

Houston Area Women’s Center 24 Hour Sexual Assault Hotline - Rape Crisis Hotline 713-528-727; Domestic Violence Hotline 713-528-7273

Fort Bend County Women’s Center Crisis Hotline - 281-342-HELP(4357) to seek the services of a victim advocate.

NOTE: If you want to remain anonymous, you can call a hotline and talk with a counselor without giving your name. "Anonymous" literally means "without a name."
A call to a hotline is anonymous as long as you do not tell the counselor or advocate your name or your phone number.