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In an emergency
Call 911 or the Yale Police at 203-432-4400.

Contact the SHARE Center
Call the 24-hr confidential hotline at 203-432-2000 for information, advocacy and support.

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Announcement Concerning COVID-19

While on-campus workplace restrictions related to the coronavirus are in place, the SHARE Center counselors will continue to be available 24/7 at 203-432-2000 for counseling and support related to sexual misconduct or other Title-IX related matters. The Title IX office continues to serve the Yale community as well. Please call 203-432-6854 or email us at titleix@yale.eduFor more information, see our Title IX COVID-19 FAQs.


Yale is committed to creating and maintaining a community where sexual misconduct has no place. This website provides an overview of the University’s policies and the broad range of resources available to prevent and respond to sexual misconduct at Yale.

Required Training

Preventing and Responding to Sexual Misconduct is required annual training for faculty, staff, trainees, and graduate and professional school students that outlines and explains Yale’s policies and definitions, campus resources, reporting mechanisms, and general strategies for prevention and response.