Disclosure Options

UA students who are victims of, or have knowledge about, incidents of sexual misconduct have multiple options of disclosure and control over when, where, how or even if to report.

Below you will find contact information for each of these options in your community:

Title IX Disclosure

 Any student, university employee or third party may report sex or gender-based discrimination, including sexual harassment or sexual assault.  Reporting initiates the Title IX process. At the University of Alaska all staff, all faculty and Residence Life student employees are required to report incidents of sexual harassment and assault to their Title IX Coordinator within 24 hours. A Title IX response includes:

Title IX procedures are clearly outlined in policy and regulation. (P01.04 – Sexual and Gender-based Discrimination)

Title IX personnel will contact the complainant to inform him or her of their rights and their options. Title IX personnel will work with the individual to tailor a plan that makes it possible to continue their education and/or employment.

Access to counseling and various educational or institutional modifications can be made. These could include classroom changes, dorm changes, mentoring, tutoring, or even a no-contact order.

The complainant can request an informal resolution, or a formal resolution that includes an investigation.  If it is found that there has been a violation of university policy, the accused individual will be subjected to consequences as defined in policy.
Complainants may request confidentiality, including that their name not be shared with the respondent, that the respondent not be notified of the report of complaint, or that no investigation occur. The Title IX office will consider such requests but cannot guarantee confidentiality. Title IX staff will weigh the request against the university’s obligation to provide a safe, non-discriminatory environment for all members of the university, including the complainant. If the Title IX staff concludes they can honor the request for confidentiality consistent with its obligations, it will do so, but this may limit Title IX’s ability to investigate and respond to the complaint. If the Title IX staff conclude they cannot honor the request for confidentiality, they will inform the complainant before starting an investigation, and will make all reasonable efforts to maintain the complainant’s privacy.

Confidental Disclosure

If the victim of sexual violence wants assistance with recovery and healing but does not want to engage university Title IX or law enforcement processes, he or she can disclose to a confidential source.

In Alaska only those with a professional or clerical licensure can promise confidentiality, such as a psychologist, a medical doctor, or a licensed counselor.   

Careline Crisis Intervention
Toll free: 1-877-266-4357
Phone: 907-452-4357
Text "4help" to 839863 (in Fairbanks)

Standing Together Against Rape
Toll free: 1-800-478-8999 (crisis line)
Phone: 907-276-7279 (Anchorage office)

National Domestic Violence Hotline
Toll free: 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)

National Sexual Assault Hotline
Toll free: 1-800-656-HOPE (4673)



UAA Student Health and Counseling Center
Rasmuson Hall 116/120
3211 Providence Drive
Anchorage, AK 99508
Phone: 907-786-4040

UAA Psychological Services Center
Patricia Sandberg 
Phone: 907-786-1795

Anchorage Military Centers

SAPR — Elemendorf Sexual Assault Prevention and Response
7179 Fighter Dr.
JBER, AK 99501
Phone: 907-551-2033

SARC — Fort Richardson Sexual Assault Response Coordinator
Richardson Drive, Bldg. 600, Room A130
JBER, AK 99505

Off-Campus Resources

AWAIC—Abused Women's Aid in Crisis
Suzi Pearson
100 W. 13th Ave.
Anchorage, AK 99501
Office: 907-279-9581
Crisis: 907-272-0100

FNSP — Forensic Nursing Services of Providence 24-Hour Services
Weekday hours: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Mon.-Fri.
Phone: 907-212-8544
After-hours pager: 907-212-6080

STAR — Standing Together Against Rape
Amanda Price
1057 W. Fireweed, #230
Anchorage, AK 99503
Office: 907-276-7279
Crisis: 907-276-7273


AWIC — Arctic Women In Crisis
Virginia Walsh
P.O. Box 69
Barrow, AK 99723 
Office: 907-852-0261 
Crisis: 800-478-0267 / 907-852-0267


TWC — Tundra Women's Coalition
Denise Tommy 
P.O. Box 2029
Bethel, AK 99559
Office: 907-543-3444 
Crisis: 800-478-7799 / 907-543-3456


CFRC — Cordova Family Resource Center
Nicole Songer 
P.O. Box 863
Cordova, AK 99574 
Office: 907-424-5674 
Crisis: 866-790-4357 / 907-424-4357


SAFE — Safe And Fear-Free Environment
Marilyn Casteel 
P.O. Box 94 
Dillingham, AK 99576 
Office: 907-842-2320 
Crisis: 800-478-2316 / 907-842-2316


On campus

Resource and Advocacy Center
Room 130, Wood Center
24-hour office number (907) 474-6360, 

Student Health and Counseling Center
Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Mon.-Fri. 
Phone: 474- 7043

Off campus

Alaska Native Women Coalition 
Phone: 907-378-0363

Careline Crisis Intervention
Phone: 907-452-4357 
Text "4help" to 839863

Crisis Line for Domestic Violence and Rape 
Phone: 907-452-2293

Fairbanks Community Behavioral Health Emergency
Phone: 907- 452-1575

Fairbanks Memorial Hospital Emergency Room
Phone: 907-458-5555

Fairbanks Regional Public Health Center
Phone: 907-452-1776

Interior Alaska Center for Non-Violent Living
Phone: 907-452-2293

Sexual assault nurse examiners or sexual assault response teams 
Phone: 907-458-5221

Tanana Chiefs Conference Family Centered Service 
Phone: 907-452-8215

Fairbanks military centers
Eielson Air Force Base
Phone: 907-377-7272

Fort Greely 
Phone: 907-873-3284

Fort Wainwright 
Phone: 907-353-7272


SPHH — South Peninsula Haven House
Jessica Lawmaster 
3776 Lake Street, Suite 100 
Homer, AK 99603 
Office: 907-235-7712 
Crisis: 800-478-7712 / 907-235-8943

South Peninsula Hospital
4300 Bartlett St.
Homer, AK


On-Campus Resources

UAS Student Counseling Center
Lower Level Mourant Building
11120 Glacier Hwy.
Juneau, AK 99801 

Juneau Health Services
Lower Level Mourant Building
11120 Glacier Hwy.
Juneau, AK 99801 

Off-campus Resources

AWARE — Aiding Women in Abuse and Rape Emergencies
Saralyn Tabachnick 
P.O. Box 20809 
Juneau, AK 99802 
Office: 907-586-6623 
Crisis: 800-478-1090 / 907-586-1090

Bartlett Regional Hospital
3260 Hospital Drive

Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium
1200 Salmon Creek Lane
Juneau, AK 99801


UAS Student Counseling Center
Lower Level Mourant Building
11120 Glacier Hwy.
Juneau, AK 99801 

PeaceHealth Ketchikan Medical Center
3100 Tongass Ave.

WISH — Women in Safe Homes
Beth Bogarde 
P.O. Box 6552 
Ketchikan, AK 99901 
Office: 907-225-9474 
Crisis: 800-478-9474 / 907-225-9474


The LeeShore Center
Cheri Smith 
325 S. Spruce St.
Kenai, AK 99611 
Office: 907-283-9479 
Crisis: 907-283-7257

KPC - Counseling and Health
Bettina Kipp, Counseling and Advising Department chair 
Office: 907-262-0334 

Christina Stuive, assistant professor of counseling 
Office: 907-262-0335

Central Peninsula Hospital
130 S. Willow St, Kenai


KWRCC — Kodiak Women's Resource and Crisis Center
Rebecca Shields 
P.O. Box 2122 
Kodiak, AK 99615 
Office: 907-486-6171 
Crisis: 907-486-3625

Providence Kodiak Island Borough Counseling Center
Office: 907-481-2400 
Crisis: 877-266-4657


MFCC — Maniilaq Family Crisis Center
P.O. Box 38
Kotzebue, AK 99752 
Office: 907-442-3724 
Crisis: 907-442-3969


BSWG — Bering Sea Women's Group
Violet Charles 
P.O. Box 1596 
Nome, AK 99762 
Office: 907-443-5491 
Crisis: 800-570-5444 / 907-443-5444


Alaska Family Services
1825 Chugach St.
Palmer, AK 99645
Phone: 907-746-4080
Crisis: (toll free) 1-866-746-4080; (local) 907-746-4080

Mat-­Su Regional Medical Center
2500 Woodworth Loop, Palmer

Mat‐Su Forensic Nursing
24 Hour: 907-‐707‐3663
Office: 907-­861-­6258


SeaView Community Services
Dawn McDevitt, DVSA coordinator 
302 Railway Avenue
Seward, AK 99664 
Office: 907-224-5257 
Crisis: 907-224-3027
Toll-free: 1-888-224-5257


UAS Student Counseling Center
Lower Level Mourant Building
11120 Glacier Hwy.
Juneau, AK 99801 

Mt. Edgecumbe Hospital/SEARHC
222 Tongass Drive

Sitka Community Hospital
209 Moller Ave, Sitka

SAFV — Sitkans Against Family Violence
Vicki D’Amico 
P.O. Box 6136 
Sitka, AK 99835 
Office: 907-747-3370 
Crisis: 800-478-6511 / 907-747-3370


KPC – Counseling and Health
Bettina Kipp, Counseling and Advising Department chair
Office: 907-262-0334

Christina Stuive, assistant professor of counseling 
Office: 907-262-0335

Central Peninsula Hospital
130 S. Willow St, Kenai


USAFV — Unalaskans Against Sexual Assault and Family Violence
M. Lynn Crane 
P.O. Box 36 
Unalaska, AK 99685 
Office: 907-581-1500 
Crisis: 800-478-7238 / 907-581-1500


AVV — Advocates for Victims of Violence
Rowena Palomar 
P.O. Box 524 
Valdez, AK 99686 
Office: 907-835-2980 
Crisis: 800-835-4044 / 907-835-2999


Mat-­Su Regional Medical Center
2500 Woodworth Loop, Palmer

UA Confidental Hotline

Individuals may also anonymously disclose sexual misconduct through the UA system confidential hotline. This tool can be accessed on-line at http://www.alaska.ethicspoint.com.

If you want to disclose via phone, dial toll-free within the United States, Guam, Puerto Rico and Canada: 855-251-5719.

The University of Alaska System is committed to an environment where open, honest communications are the expectation, not the exception. We want you to feel comfortable in approaching your supervisor or management in instances where you believe violations of policies or standards have occurred.

In situations where you prefer to place an anonymous report in confidence, you are encouraged to use this hotline, hosted by a third party hotline provider, EthicsPoint. You are encouraged to submit reports relating to Board of Regents policies, university regulations or procedures, any applicable federal, state, borough, or city violations, and any other regulations that may apply to University programs.

The University prohibits retaliation or reprisal for making a report in good faith. The University expects that reports made through the hotline will be made in a good faith effort to address legitimate issues needing corrective action.

The information you provide will be sent to us by EthicsPoint on a totally confidential and anonymous basis if you should choose.

You have our guarantee that your concerns will be heard. However, please know that the hotline may not resolve all issues. Individual reports may require resolution through formal dispute mechanisms, and the timelines for these formal processes must be followed.

Police Disclosure 

A victim can report the incident to the police, which initiates a criminal investigation that goes through the legal system.

*Campus police are required to report the incident to the Title IX office, which then gives the victim access to a full slate of support and recovery services.


University Police Department*
Eugene Short Hall
911 or 907-786-1120

Anchorage Police Department
4501 Elmore Rd.
911 or 907-786-8500


Cordova Police Department
610 Railroad Ave
911 or 907-­424-­6100


UAF Police Department*
Whitaker Building
612 Yukon Dr

Fairbanks Police Department
911 Cushman St.
911 or 907-­450-­6500


Alaska State Troopers
911 or 907-822-3263


Homer Police Department
4060 Heath St.
911 or 907-­235-­3150


Juneau Police Department
6255 Alaway Ave.


Kenai Police Department
107 S. Willow St.
911 or 907-283-­7879


Ketchikan Police Department
361 Main St.


Kodiak Police Department
2160 Mill Bay Rd.
911 or 907­‐486-­8000


Palmer Police Department
423 S. Valley Way
911 or 907-­745-­4811


Sitka Police Department
304 Lake St. #102


Soldotna Police Department
177 N. Birch St.


Valdez Police Department
212 Chenega
911 or 907-835-­4560

No Disclosure

It is not unusual for a victim to keep silent about a sexual assault for up to three to six months before disclosing. Some choose to never disclose. While remaining silent can make it more difficult for victims to access the services they may need to heal, they always have that right.