On and Off Campus Resources

If you experience gender-based discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual violence, relationship (domestic and/or dating) violence, or stalking, there are many resources on the Mines campus, as well as in the local community.

24-hour Crisis Lines
Counseling Options

The Mines Counseling Center offers confidential counseling and support.
http://counseling.mines.edu/
303-273-3377

The Counseling Center also has a list of off-campus therapists.

Medical Options

St Anthony's Hospital

  • Ongoing Medical Care
    Please consult with your Primary Care Physician
Legal Rights
  • Legal information Network of Colorado
    http://www.coloradolinc.org/
    The Legal Information Network of Colorado (LINC) is a collaborative network that provides confidential, no-cost, comprehensive legal information services for crime victims in the Denver metro area. LINC brings together all of the legal resources available to victims and streamlines the process so victims can focus on their recovery and well-being.LINC Logo
  • Colorado School of Mines Legal Options
    Additionally, you have legal rights. You have the right to file a complaint with law enforcement and/or with Mines. Law Enforcement Agencies can respond. You also have the legal right to not file a report if you choose.

    • Colorado School of Mines Police
      911 or 303.273.3333
    • Golden Police
      911 or 303.384.8045
    • Jefferson County Sherriff
      911 or 303.277.0211

If the crime occurred in a jurisdiction outside of Golden, then the case will be transferred to the respective jurisdiction.

 

Mines and Community Emergency Contacts

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CARE at Mines

Submit a report about someone you are worried about.

SpeakUp@Mines

Submit an anonymous report about a situation that may not be ethical, as well as reports of gender based discrimination, sexual harassment and sexual violence.