Survivor Support Services

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Survivor Support Services

Wellness and Health Promotion Services is home to SIU's survivor support program called Confidential Advising Services. Confidential Advising Services is dedicated to providing survivor-centered assistance to SIU students that have experienced sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking. Our goal is to help survivors find the support, resources and information they need to safely continue their studies. If you are a friend or loved one of a survivor, information on what you can do to help is also available.

Any currently enrolled SIU student that has experienced sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking can get help from a Confidential Advisor.

What is a confidential advisor?

What can they help me with?

  • Emotional support and non-judgmental listening.
  • Information about reporting options.
  • Assistance with filing reports and notifying local law enforcement.
  • Accessing academic support.
  • Changes to on campus living arrangements.
  • Changes to on campus work assignments.
  • Changes to dining assignments.
  • Transportation assistance.
  • Obtaining protective orders and safety planning.
  • Resources and referrals to other services including medical care, counseling services, legal resources and more.

Schedule an Appointment

Saluki Health Portal

Phone: 618-453-4429

In-person: Wellness and Health Promotion Services, first floor of the Student Health Center

CONFIDENTIAL ADVISOR

Rebecca Gonnering

(618) 453-4429

rebecca.gonnering@siu.edu

Wellness & Health Promotion Services, Student Health Center

Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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