The following resources are available for anyone who suspects that sexual violence has occurred.
Title IX Coordinators
Carthage’s Title IX Coordinators provide information, guidance, and other resources in order to address sexual violence and gender discrimination. A Title IX Coordinator can discuss a community member’s general concerns, respond to a report of sexual violence, or answer questions about the disciplinary process for sexual violence. A full list of Title IX Coordinators is available at www.carthage.edu/title-ix/coordinators.
The Office of Public Safety
The Office of Public Safety operates 24 hours a day and is able to respond to all reports of sexual violence. They will take action and ensure student safety during any reported incident and contact the appropriate resources for students.
Health and Counseling Center
Located at the Tarble Athletic and Recreation Center, the Health and Counseling Center has counseling information and educational materials regarding sexual violence. The Counselor and Outreach Coordinator for Sexual Violence, Alcohol and Drug Education at the Health and Counseling Center is a resource for victims of sexual violence and responsible for developing and maintaining a comprehensive campus program focusing on sexual violence prevention and alcohol and other drug abuse. Professional counseling staff in the Health and Counseling Center are confidential resources.
Division of Student Affairs
The Division of Student Affairs, located in the Todd Wehr Center, provides resources and tools to assist students in all areas of personal and academic life, including advising, counseling, health services, and housing and residential life. The Division of Student Affairs is home to Carthage’s Dean of Students Office, Residential Life Office, Office of Student Involvement, Title IX Coordinators, First Year Advisors, investigators, and hearing officers.
The Campus Pastor serves as a confidential resource.
Residence Hall Directors, Assistant Hall Directors, and Resident Assistants are trained to respond and serve as a resource to victims of sexual violence. They will take action and file a report when made aware of alleged sexual violence. Members of each level of the Residence Life Staff are on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Faculty and Staff
Carthage faculty and staff are resources for victims of sexual violence.
Women and Children’s Horizons, Inc.
24-Hour Crisis Line: 800-853-3503
Located at 2525 63rd Street, Kenosha, WI 53143, Women and Children’s Horizons provides support, education, training and healing to victims of sexual and domestic violence and abuse. Carthage also has a WCH advocate on campus part time. Appointments can be made by calling 262-656-3500 ext 115 or walk ins are available in the Madrigrano Family Residence Hall, Office 51.
Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault (WCASA)
Located at 600 Williamson Street, Suite N-2, Madison, WI 53703, WCASA is a membership agency comprised of organizations and individuals working to end sexual violence in Wisconsin. They offer information and referral on any issues related to sexual violence to local agencies.
In An Emergency:
Campus Security — 262-551-5911
Kenosha Police Department — 911
Kenosha Police Department (Non-emergency Line) — 262-656-1234
Women and Children’s Horizons Crisis Line — 800-853-3503
IMMEDIATE HEALTH NEEDS
Health & Counseling Center — 262-551-5710
Kenosha Medical Center — 262-656-2011
Aurora Medical Center (S.A.N.E. Location) — 262-948-7000
St. Catherine’s Medical Center — 262-577-8000