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Domestic Violence Resources: Campus & Community Resources

Includes links and information to books, media, journals, and campus resources for students wanting to learn more about domestic violence.

Confidential Resources

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) 

  • Students seeking services should call CAPS reception at 864-656-2451 during business hours (8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.). Counselors will be available to conduct a brief phone screen to determine the best way to serve your needs.
  • After-Hours CAPS: An after-hours counselor can be reached by calling the Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) office at 864-656-2451 and selecting option 2 from the menu.


Safe Harbor: Domestic Violence Shelter and Advocacy Organization  

  • 24/7 Helpline: +1 800-291-2139 
  • For advocacy services that are non-shelter-related, the Community Intake Form is the best point of entry 


Mary’s House: Faith-based Domestic Violence and Family Services 

  • 24/7 Hot line: 864-859-9191
  • Fill out contact form to get connected 

Non-Confidential Resources

Interpersonal Violence Prevention  

The prevention coordinator can be contacted if you are interested in receiving training and education related to interpersonal violence for a group of students, student organizations, classes, employees, and so on. 

Interpersonal Violence Prevention Coordinator Contact Information
Interpersonal Violence Prevention Coordinator
Megan Fallon
223 Holtzendorff Hall
Phone: 864-656-1533


Interpersonal Violence Response (IVR) - Private 

IVR provides crisis response, resources referrals, and advocacy for students who have been affected by any form of interpersonal violence including dating and intimate partner abuse, domestic abuse, sexual abuse, and stalking.  

You can connect with a response coordinator by filling out a CARE report form or contacting them directly.  

IV Response Contact Information
Interpersonal Violence Response Coordinators 
Bat’sé Smart Lauren Parker
305 Sirrine Hall   307 Sirrine Hall 
Phone: 864-656-6857 Phone: 864-656-1136  
Email: Email:


Title IX (Clemson University)

The Office of Access and Equity handles all official reports of incidents related to sexual discrimination which includes sexual harassment, sexual violence, stalking, domestic and/or relationship violence. All affected students (those who have filed a report and those who choose not to) can receive supportive measures spanning from academic accommodations to housing challenges and beyond through this office. It is also responsible for educating faculty, staff, and students on interpersonal violence prevention. 

Title IX Contact Information
Title IX Coordinator
Alesia Smith
Phone: 864-656-3181

Click here to learn more about how to file a formal complaint.  

To submit an incident inquiry (NOT a formal complaint), click here. 


Clemson University Police Department 

Emergency Line: 864-656-2222 

Victim Advocate Contact Information
Victim Advocate
Sgt. Michelle Young
Phone: (864) 656-5256


Clemson City Police Department 

Victim Advocate Contact Information
Victim Advocate
Sonya Morton