Campus, Community & National Resources

Dartmouth & External Resources

  • Sexual Respect at Dartmouth offers resources on and off campus and provides information on our campus policies and ways to get involved.
  • You Have Options Program at Hanover Police Department allows anonymous on-line reporting of sexual violence and provides additional information about reporting options and supports. 
  • is a terrific resource on birth control and STIs and will help set up personal reminders for birth control and appointments.
  • Go Ask Alice is an excellent question and answer site from Columbia University's Health Promotion Program; addresses topics such as sexual health, relationships, and sexuality.
  • Planned Parenthood  provides information about specific topics such as birth control, pregnancy, emergency contraception, abortion, sexually transmitted infections, and women's health.

Community Based Resources

WISE - WISE provides advocacy, crisis services, and community education to those affected by domestic and sexual violence and stalking throughout the Upper Valley region of New Hampshire and Vermont.

Headrest - Headrest is a non-profit community organization that provides addiction and crisis support services.

Psychological Resources on the Internet

The following resources include links to websites that are not managed by the Counseling Center. The College does not review, control, or take responsibility for the content of these websites.

If you are in crisis and need immediate attention please call Safety & Security at 603-646-4000 and request to speak with the Counselor On-Call.