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RESOURCES FOR STUDENTS IMPACTED BY STALKING

If you would like to report an incident of sexual assault, sexual misconduct, intimate partner violence, stalking, or non-consensual sexual contact, sexual harassment, please complete this form.

IS SOMEONE:
• Continuing to call you even though you have told them to stop
• Repeatedly leaving or sending you obscene, harassing or threatening
messages
• Driving by your home, school or place of employment or intimidating you
• Persistently leaving or sending unwanted letters, notes, cards or gifts
• Watching you from a distance or following you
• Appearing unexpectedly at places you frequent or don’t frequent “just
by chance”
• Contacting and/or threatening your friends, family members, neighbors
or coworkers
• Damaging of threatening to damage your home, car or other property?
• Threatening to harm or kill your pet

DO YOU FEEL:
• FEAR of what the stalker will do
• VULNERABLE, unsafe and do not know who to trust
• NERVOUS, irritable, impatient or on edge
• DEPRESSED, hopeless, overwhelmed, tearful or angry
• STRESSED, including having trouble concentrating, sleeping or
remembering things
• CONFUSED, FRUSTRATED or ISOLATED because other people do not
understand why you are afraid
• You have EATING PROBLEMS such as appetite loss, forgetting to eat or
overeating

ARE YOU FEARFUL OF REPORTING BECAUSE:
• You think that nothing can be done to help you
• You minimize the risk the stalker poses
• You blame yourself for the stalker’s behavior

TRUST YOUR INTUITION, and GET HELP!
• Stalking is a series of actions that makes you feel afraid or in danger.
• Stalking is serious, often violent and can escalate over time.

 


Confidential On-Campus Resources

Office of Counseling Services
Slane Center, 3rd Floor
Free and confidential counseling is available.
336-888-6352
counseling@highpoint.edu

How Therapy Can Help – If you decide to seek support from a counselor or therapist, you may have some questions. That’s perfectly normal. Working with a therapist can help you deal with some of the challenges you may be facing. We have counseling staff available.

Student Health Services
Wilson Hall, 336-841-4683
studenthealth@highpoint.edu

Minister to the University
David Hayworth Hall 200A
pdavis@highpoint.edu
336-841-9241

Minister/Clergy in Residence
jward1@highpoint.edu
336-841-9828

Sport’s Chaplain
tkindred@highpoint.edu
336-307-1629

Manager of Chapel Programs
awillia5@highpoint.edu
336-841-9132

Private On-Campus Resources

Title IX Coordinator 

Kayla Rudisel, JD
Title IX Coordinator
TitleIX@highpoint.edu
336-841-9138
317 Slane Student Center
High Point University
One University Parkway High Point, NC 27268

Deputy Title IX Coordinators

Gail Tuttle
Senior Vice President of Student Life
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
GTuttle@highpoint.edu
336-841-9141
338 Slane Student Center

Dr. Tara Shollenberger
Assistant Vice President of Student Life
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
TShollen@highpoint.edu
336-841-9309
335 Slane Student Center

April Wines
Associate Athletic Director
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
AWines@highpoint.edu
336-841-4645
117 Witcher Athletic Center

Whitney Neal
Human Resources Director
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
WNeal@highpoint.edu
336-841-9451
1911 N. Centennial Street

External Community Resources

High Point Police Department
911 Emergency
336-883-3224 Non-Emergency

High Point Regional Hospital -Wake Forest Baptist Health
601 N. Elm Street
High Point, NC 27262
(336) 878-6000

Moses Cone Hospital
2630 Willard Diary Road
High Point, NC 27265
(336) 884-3777

Family Service of Piedmont
1401 Long Street
High Point, NC
336-387-6161
336-889-7273 (Crisis)

Family Justice Center
505 E.Green Dr.
High Point, NC
336-641-7233

The Stalking Prevention, Awareness, and Resource Center
Victim Connect: 1-855-4VICTIM(1-855-484-2846)

National Domestic Violence Hotline
24-hours: 1.800.799.SAFE (7233)
TTY 1.800.787.3224

National Sexual Assault Hotline
24-hours: 800/656-HOPE (4673)

National Dating Abuse Helpline
24-hours: 866/331-9474
Text: loveis to 22522

Crisis Text Line 
Free 24/7: Text HOME to 741741 to connect with a Crisis Counselor

North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault

North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Office of Violence Against Women


Download these Apps:

LiveSafe
LiveSafe is a High Point University security reporting app where users can text, send videos, photos to security directly (anonymously if they want). There is also a ‘safe walk’ feature where a student could have a trusted contact virtually follow them so they know when they get to their destination safely.

myPlan
The myPlan app is designed to help women and their friends determine if a relationship is unsafe. It was created in conjunction with researchers at Johns Hopkins University using 20 years of research with female-identified survivors of relationship abuse. Everyone deserves to be safe in their intimate relationship, and every situation is unique. myPlan can help you identifynavigate, and provides resources for a range of relationship abuse concerns.

RAINN
The RAINN app gives survivors of sexual violence and their loved ones access to support self-care tools, and information to help manage the short- and long-term effects of sexual violence.