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RACE Title IX Coordinator

Mandy Humphrey
Manages inquiries regarding non-discrimination and harassment policies. You may make a report to the Title IX Coordinator directly or report a concern here.


(801) 373-2887
Provides support for students who need support through academic advisement, personal paths of education or referrals for professional resources.

RACE Federal Student Aid Office

Provides information concerning discontinuance or withdrawal from classes and the effects that such action may have on financial aid and scholarships.

Local Counseling and Services for Victims

American Fork Hospital 801-855-3300
Child & Family Services 801-538-4100 Hotline 1-855-323-3237
Evening-Child Abuse Hotline 801-376-8261
LDS Family Services 801-422-7620
Mountain View Hospital-Behavioral Health 801-465-7000
Protective Services (Department of Human Services) 801-538-4100
Provo Police Department Victim Advocate 801-852-6375
Rape and Sexual Assault Crisis Intervention 801-356-2511
Utah State Hospital (Psychiatric Care) 801-344-4400
Utah Valley Regional Medical Center: General Information 801-357-7850
Emergency Room 801-357-7001
Outpatient Psychology 801-357-7525
Wasatch Mental Health-Adult Outpatient 801-373-7393


Rape Abuse & Incest National Network
Provides extensive support to sexual assault victims.
24 Hour Crisis Hotline 1-800-656-4673

Rape Recover Center

Provides 24-hour crisis intervention, advocacy, emotional support, and referrals in various languages.
24 Hour Crisis Hotline 801-467-7273

Center for Women/Children in Crisis

Provides 24-hour crisis intervention, sexual assault education groups, rape survivor therapy groups, individual therapy for rape victims, and risk reduction education.

The Merrill Gappmayer Family Medicine Center

Performs sexual assault examinations when a patient is referred by police or a local emergency room. Examinations include assessments and documentation of injury, collection of evidence, and treatment to prevent sexually transmitted infections.

The National Domestic Violence Hotline

Provides confidential individual support, crisis intervention, and information on ways to secure a victim’s immediate safety.

The Utah County Attorney’s Office Victim/Witness Coordinators

Offers support to victims of violent and/or felony crimes during the criminal prosecution of the offender. Act as a liaison between the victim and the Deputy County Attorney handling the criminal case.
801- 851-8026

The Utah Domestic Violence LINKLine

Provides individuals, who can call anonymously, with information on crisis intervention, safe shelters, community resources, legal assistance, victim advocates, and counseling agencies.
1-800-897-LINK (5465)

Utah Legal Services

Assists individuals who do not have the means to secure legal help.