Hanover Police: 911
Headrest is a local 24-hour hotline that provides counseling and referral for the entire community for a broad range of issues.
Safety and Security: 646-4000
Women’s Health Program at the Health Service: 646-9401
The Women’s Health Program provides gynecological exams, sexually transmitted infection testing and counseling, contraception counseling, emergency contraception, and other services to women and their partners. Students may request a personal appointment without going into medical specifics. Be sure to mention that it's urgent if this is the case, so that you can be seen quickly.
Women's Information Service (WISE): 448-5922
WISE provides 24-hour sexual and domestic violence hotline and crisis intervention volunteers to accompany survivors of sexual abuse to area hospitals, police stations, and courts. It is a resource for the entire community. The WISE advocate is on campus Mondays from 8am-4pm in 37 Dewey Field Road, room 452 and may be seen with or without an appointment.
In addition, although NOT an emergency resource and reporting should normally be made through standard channels, Dartmouth has also contracted with EthicsPoint, an independent third party to serve as a web based point of contact for concerns. This service supplements existing offices on campus that typically help register such concerns. These concerns may include issues such as sexual assault or abuse, academic and research misconduct, child abuse, financial misconduct, or confidentiality concerns.