In cases of emergency please dial 911 to access the police or medical services. 

If you or someone you know has experienced sexual misconduct, dating or domestic violence or misconduct, or stalking, there are many resources on or off campus that are available for Middlebury affiliated programs. 

Middlebury College On Campus Resources (Middlebury, Vermont) 

On Campus Emergency Resources
File a Report or Complaint

 

Advocacy and Emotional Support

Department of Public Safety
802-443-5911
go/publicsafety

Health Services
802-443-5135
go/parton

Civil Rights and Title IX Coordinator
Marti McCaleb
Middlebury College
Service Building 213
802-443-2147
mmccaleb@middlebury.edu

Human Relations Officer
Eric López
Middlebury College
Service Building 213
802.443.3324
el@middlebury.edu

Thaddeus Watulak
Middlebury College
Service Building 215
802.443.5741
twatulak@middlebury.edu

Violence Prevention Education Specialist
Emily Wagner
Middlebury College
Service Building 226
802-443-2240
ewagner@middlebury.edu

MiddSafe
802-377-0239
go/middsafe, or go/onlineadvocate

Middlebury College Center for Health and Wellness Counseling Services
802-443-5141
go/parton

College Chaplain
802-443-5626
go/chaplain

Off Campus Resources (Vermont) 

Emergency Resources Filing a Report with the Police Legal Assistance Advocacy and Emotional Support

In cases of emergency  dial 911

Vermont Statewide Emergency Number 800.489.RAPE

For Victims with Disabilities    800.489.7273

Middlebury Police Department
802.388.3191

Bristol Police Department
802.453.2533

Vergennes Police Department 802.877.2201

Addison County Sheriff’s Department 802.388.2981

Vermont State Police  802.241.5000

Vermont Legal Aid 800.889.2047 http://www.vtlegalaid.org/

Vermont Bar Association https://www.vtbar.org/

Porter Hospital *
802.388.4701

WomenSafe 24-Hour Hotline
1.800.388.4205; Office, 802.388.4205

Counseling Service of Addison County (CSAC)
802.388.6751; after hours or in emergencies, call 802.388.7641

Employee and Family Assistance Program (for faculty and staff)1.800.828.6025

SafeSpace Vermont
866.869.7341 or 802.863.0003

 

 

Reports Outside of Vermont 

Location Program Resource
National All

Reporting to Law Enforcement:  
https://www.rainn.org/articles/reporting-law-enforcement

Abuse—Reporting to the Police: Options & Tips for Being Prepared
http://www.thehotline.org/2016/04/reporting-to-police-options-tips-for-being-prepared/

Police Reports and Protective Orders:
http://www.thehotline.org/2014/09/quick-look-police-reports-and-protective-orders/

California  Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey/ Middlebury at Mills Language Schools The Legal Processhttps://oag.ca.gov/publications/womansrights/ch7
Kentucky FoodWorks Crimeshttp://www.womenslaw.org/laws_state_type.php?id=225&state_code=KY
Nevada MiddCORE Crimes: http://www.womenslaw.org/laws_state_type.php?id=236&state_code=NV
New Mexico Bread Loaf School of English

Crimes: http://www.womenslaw.org/laws_state_type.php?id=239&state_code=NM#2

 

Schools Abroad All Locations

Law enforcement procedures vary by location. Please contact Sexual Assault Support and Help for Americans Abroadhttp://sashaa.org/. SASHAA Advocates are available 24/7. You can reach the SASHAA Crisis Center by calling their institutional toll-free crisis line (http://sashaa.org/crisis-line), emailing them at crisis@866uswomen.org, or messaging them through live chat (see http://sashaa.net/). An advocate will reply to you within 24 hours, Monday through Friday. To find your AT&T USA Direct Access number, click here.

For additional information, please consult our Schools Abroad site at: http://www.middlebury.edu/study-abroad/health/assault

 

Civil Rights and Title IX Office
Middlebury College
Service Building
Middlebury, VT 05753

crtix@middlebury.edu
(802) 443-3289