Along with the Healing & Advocacy Collective, below is a list of additional on and off campus resources both locally and internationally.

*Indicates LGBTQ specific resources

Confidential Advocacy & Counseling

Sexual Assault, Stalking, and Abusive Relationships

U.S.

Healing & Advocacy Collective (at Emerson College)
617-824-8857

(24/7) Anti-Violence Helpline*
212-714-1141

Peace Over Violence (Los Angeles)
213-626-3393

Sexual Assault and Harassment

U.S.

(24/7) Boston Area Rape Crisis Center Helpline
800-841-8371

(24/7) U.S. National Helpline
800-656-4673

International

Rape Crisis Network Europe
rcne.com

(24/7) Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network Helpline
800-656-4673
rainn.org

Stalking and Abusive Relationships

U.S.

(24/7) Massachusetts Safelink Helpline
877-785-2020

(24/7) The Network/La Red (LGBTQ specific)*
617-742-4911

Los Angeles LGBT DV Services*
323-860-5806

(24/7) U.S. National Helpline
800-799-7233

International

Slachtofferhulp (Survivor Help) (Netherlands)
+31(0) 900 01 01

Rosa Helpline (Czech Republic)
+42(0) 602 24 61 02

Medical Care

General Medical Care

Planned Parenthood
800-258-4448

Sidney Borum, Jr. Health Center*
617-457-8140

Fenway Health Center
617-927-6000

Hospitals with Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners

Massachusetts

https://www.mass.gov/info-details/designated-sane-site-hospitals#greater-boston-ma-

Los Angeles

LAC + USC Medical Center
323-409-1000

UCLA Medical Center
310-319-4000

Washington, D.C.

MedStar Washington Hospital Center
800-641-4028

Netherlands

VieCuri Hospital (Venray)
+31(0) 478 52 22 22

Maasziekenhuis Pantein (Boxmeer)
+31(0) 485 84 50 00

Czech Republic

FN Motol
+31(0) 224 43 11 11

Gynecological Clinic
+31(0) 296 51 12 13

Emergency Services

Emergency Services and Ambulance (U.S.)
911

Emergency Services (Europe)
112

Reporting

Police

Emerson College Police Department
Emergency: 617-824-8888
Safety Escort: 617-824-8555

Local Police (U.S.)
911

Police (Europe)
112

Local Emergency Numbers around the World

Office of Title IX Equity and Access

Emerson College Title IX Coordinator
617-824-8999

Deputy Title IX Coordinator (L.A.)
323-952-6410 

Deputy Title IX Coordinator (Netherlands)
+31 47850 7112

Additional Emerson Resources

Emerson College Los Angeles
323-952-6411

Washington, D.C., Program
202-238-7900

Kasteel Well Program
+31(0) 478 50 71 19

Prague Program
+42(0) 220 51 68 16

Employee Assistance Program (Confidential)
800-828-8025

Additional Off-Campus Resources

Victim Rights Law Center
617-399-6720

Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination
617-994-6000

Greater Boston Legal Services
617-317-1234

Community Legal Services and Counseling Center
617-661-1010

Catholic Charities (Immigration/Legal Assistance)
617-268-9670

Immigration Equality*

Taxis

The Emerson Police Department offers several options for students to pay for taxi rides.

Pay With ECcash

Use your ECcash card with the following cab companies in Boston:

Boston Cab
617-536-5010 or 617-262-CABS (2227)

Metro Cab
617-782-5500

617 TaxiCab
617-829-4222 or 617-TAXI-CAB

ITOA Taxi
617-338-8294 or 617-338-TAXI

Learn more about your ECCash Card.

Don't have cash? Forgot your debit card in your residence? That's okay. Just swipe your student ID and pay.

Touch screen option: Hit the "Student ID" option and select Emerson from the list of icons. Pay as you would with a credit card.

Pay With Vouchers

Emerson College has a contract with a local taxi service that provides a voucher program. If you know you will be out after dark and would prefer to come back to campus by taxi rather than public transport, you may sign out a voucher at the EC Police Department Office. The cost will be billed to your student account.

For this option, please call the number listed in the voucher only, as other taxi companies will not honor the voucher. The taxi cab response time will depend on weather conditions, time of day/night, and/or day of the week.