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Health and Counseling Center

Victim - Survivor Support Services

Victim-Survivor Support Services cover sexual harassment/violence, relationship violence, stalking, bullying and hate/bias incidents. Services are offered to students and members of the Carthage community. Services are free and confidential.

Victim-Survivor Support Services include:

  • Individual counseling for the student community
  • Consultation and referral for students, faculty, staff
  • Educational assistance

For assistance with or questions about Victim-Survivor Support Services, please contact:

Mary Belknap, M.S. Licensed Professional Counselor
mbelknap@carthage.edu / 262-551-5777

Or

Students may make a counseling or consultation appointment by:

  • Calling the Health and Counseling Center Administrative Assistant, Erin Schabel at 262-551-5710
  • Going to the Health and Counseling Center during office hours
  • Going to the Counseling Services Walk-In Hours Monday through Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. to briefly meet with a counselor and make an appointment

Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 am. to 5:00 pm.  

In the event of an urgent situation, please refer to the After Hours / Crisis Care tab.

On-Campus Assistance

Title IX and Resources for Reporting Sexual Misconduct

Off-campus Assistance

Women and Children’s Horizons (Kenosha)

Description of services

Domestic Abuse / Sexual Assault Advocacy 
262-652-9900 (24-hour helpline) 

S.A.N.E. Services 
What to do if you are sexually assaulted


Local Law Enforcement:

Kenosha Sheriff’s Dept — 262-605-5100 (non-emergency)

Kenosha Police Dept — 262-656-1234 (non-emergency)

Emergency — 911

 

Other Helpful Information for Victim-Survivors & Allies

Stalking Resource Center

Loveisrespect.org (anti-dating violence)

notalone.gov (student rights)

Know Your IX (student rights)

How to Respond to a Survivor-RAINN

Support a Survivor-Know Your IX