Get Help:

The most important thing a victim of sexual assault or domestic violence can do is tell someone whether that be the police, a friend, a rape crisis center, a counselor, a family member or a staff member.  Do not isolate yourself, don’t feel guilty, don’t blame yourself and don’t just ignore it.  Sexual assault, whether by a stranger or by someone you know, is a violation of your body and your trust.  The organizations and departments listed below can provide or arrange for immediate support and response including assistance with personal safety concerns. 


Title IX Coordinator (Jennifer Argo)
102 Bibb Graves Hall

Counseling Services (Confidential Reporting)
140 Daugette Hall

RMC Student Health Center (Confidential Reporting)
1701 Pelham Road South, Jacksonville, AL 36265


University Police Department
Salls Hall
Forney Avenue, NW


Jacksonville Police Department
911 Public Safety Drive SW
Jacksonville, AL 36265
256-435-1075 or 911

Calhoun County Sheriff's Office
400 West 8th Street

Anniston, AL 36201
256-236-6600 or 911

Rape Response (Emergency/Trauma) (Confidential Reporting)
Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner facility offers exams 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Birmingham, AL 

Northeast Alabama Regional Medical Center (Emergency/Trauma) (Confidential Reporting)
400 East 10th Street (south on Highway 21/Quintard Avenue; one block east on 10th Street)
Anniston, AL 36207

2nd Chance, Inc.  (Confidential Reporting)
Shelter and Support

Crisis Line: 256-236-7233   Office: 256-236-7381

Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence (Confidential Reporting)
Hotline: 1-800-650-6522

One Love Foundation (Confidential Reporting)
Text LOVEIS to 22522 to text with a peer advocate regarding unhealthy relationships 

Crisis Text Line (Confidential Reporting)
Text HOME to 741741 for free, 24/7 crisis support in the US 

National Sexual Violence Crisis Hotline (Confidential Reporting)
1-800-656-HOPE (4673)