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Support and Resources

The Office of Title IX and Institutional Equity can help with:

  • Counseling and Confidential Resources
  • Extension of deadlines or other course-related adjustments
  • Modification of work or class schedules
  • Campus security and escort services
  • Mutual no contact orders between parties
  • Change in work, parking, or housing locations
  • Leaves of absence
  • Increased security and monitoring in certain areas of campus 
  • Other measures, including community and campus resource referrals and self-care information

Support Services

Victims of Sexual Misconduct, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, or Stalking seeking confidential University support may contact one of the following:

  • Gender Equity Center – (208) 426-4259
  • University Health Services – (208) 426-1259
  • University Counseling Services – (208) 426-1601

Ada County Community Services

Medical Attention/Examination

FACES
417 S. 6th Street
Boise, Idaho
(208) 577-4400
Specialized facility close to campus with experienced nurses and physicians trained to conduct sexual assault forensic exams. The emergency rooms at St. Alphonsus or St. Luke’s (Boise and Meridian) hospitals; both have response teams specially trained to assist victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, and dating violence.

Counseling/Support

In addition to the Gender Equity Center and the Title IX Coordinator, there are many services available on campus and in the community to support students and employees in crises, including counseling, health, mental health, victim advocacy, legal assistance, and other services. Students and employees may call:

Boise State Counseling Services
(208) 426-1601

Boise State Health Services
(208) 426-1459 (confidential services) during weekday business hours

Faculty Ombuds
(208) 426-6283

In the Boise area, there is also a confidential 24-hour rape crisis line (208) 345-7273 and a confidential 24-hour domestic violence crisis hotline (208) 343-7025 operated by the Women’s and Children’s Alliance (WCA) and is available to respond to concerns and provide referral information.

Mountain Home Community Services

Medical Attention/Examination

St. Luke’s Elmore County
895 N. 6th E Street
Mountain Home, Idaho
(208) 587-8401
Emergency medical services, forensic and physical exams and preventative care.

Mountain Home Air Force Base Urgent Care and Women’s Health Clinic
90 Hope Drive Bldg. 6000
Mountain Home AFB, ID 83648
(208) 828-7900

Counseling/Support

The Elmore County Domestic Violence Council at (208) 587-9091 for support services and referral to local counseling options.

Twin Falls Community Services

Medical Attention/Examination

St. Luke’s Magic Valley Medical Center
212 3rd Ave. S
Twin Falls, Idaho
(208) 732-3000
Emergency medical services, forensic and physical exams and preventative care.

Counseling/Support

The Crisis Center of Magic Valley
244 2nd Ave. E
Twin Falls, Idaho
(208) 733-0100, or

Mini-Cassia Shelter for Women & Children
123 S. C Street
Rupert, Idaho
(208) 436-0987
Support services and referral to local counseling options.

Coeur d’Alene Community Services

Medical Attention/Examination

Kootenai Health
2003 Kootenai Health Way
Coeur d’Alene, Idaho (208) 625-4000
Emergency medical services, forensic and physical exams and preventative care.

Counseling/Support

The North Idaho Violence Prevention Center
850 N. 4th Street|
Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
(208) 664-9303

Post Falls Police Department OASIS Program
1717 E. Polston Ave.
Post Falls, Idaho
(208) 773-3517
Support services and referral to local counseling options.

Lewiston Community Services

Medical Attention/Examination

St. Joseph Regional Medical Center
1250 Idaho St.,
Lewiston, Idaho
(208) 799-5533
Providing emergency medical services, forensic and physical exams and preventative care.

Counseling/Support

YMCA of Lewiston-Clarkston
300 Main Street
Lewiston, Idaho
(208) 734-1535
Support services and referral to local counseling options.