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Appendix A - Resources

APPENDIX A RESOURCES

Title IX Resources

Title IX Coordinator
Nancy Anderson, Director of Human Resources  
Office: Emery 107  
Phone: 978.867.4240  
Nancy.anderson@gordon.edu  

Title IX Team
Glenn Deckert, Chief of Gordon Police  
Office: Rodger Reception Center  
Phone: 978.867.4444 (non-emergency) or 978.867.3333 (emergency)  
Glenn.deckert@gordon.edu  

Karl Hahn, Lieutenant, Gordon Police  
Office: Rodger Reception Center 204  
Phone: 978.867.4444 (non-emergency) or 978.867.3333 (emergency)  
Karl.hahn@gordon.edu  

Michael Jacobs  
Office: Frost Hall 327   
Phone: 978.867.4415  
Michael.jacobs@gordon.edu  

Laura Carmer
Office: MacDonald Hall 130   
Phone: 978.867.4029 or 4399
Laura.carmer@gordon.edu  

Jacqueline Broberg
Office: Lane Student Center Floor 2  
Phone: 978.867.4034  
Jacqueline.broberg@gordon.edu  

Sue Kelly
Office: Bennett Athletic Center 208  
Phone: 978.867.4324  
Sue.kelly@gordon.edu  

Susan Wilson
Office: Emery Hall 106  
Phone: 978.867.4499  
Susan.wilson@gordon.edu  

Confidential Campus Resources

Counseling Center
Location: Jenks 201 & 202
Phone: 978.867.4301
Hours: Monday–Thursday, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.; Friday, 8:30–11:30 a.m.

After hours, counselors can be contacted by Gordon Police.

Appointments can be made using an online intake form via the Go Site: select “Departments,” then “Counseling,” and click on “Counseling Center Intake Registration Form.” The intake coordinator will contact you within 24 hours to schedule your appointment.

If you have been sexually assaulted or are unsure of whether you have been, you need a safe, confidential place to talk about what has occurred. When you are ready, the Gordon College Counseling Center provides free counseling to Gordon students by professional licensed counselors who are able to support you during this confusing and scary time. If you have been sexually assaulted, you may find yourself feeling alone, more fearful, unable to make it to class, having difficulty eating, or eating too much, not sleeping at all, or sleeping more than normal, feeling sad, crying, or feeling nothing at all.

Our counselors are here to help you, to listen to you, and support you in all aspects of being a victim of sexual assault. Individuals who have been sexually assaulted often blame themselves. The Counseling Center offers a place for you to process what has happened in a non-judgmental, supportive environment to determine what, if anything, you would like to do, and to help you begin to heal.

Chapel Office
The Rev. Thomas Haugen
Location: A. J. Chapel
Phone: 978.867.4018

Other Campus Support Resources

Gordon Police
Location: Rodger Reception Center at the main entrance to campus
Phone: 978.867.4444 (non-emergency) or 978.867.3333 (emergency)
Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

The Gordon Police provides assistance to victims including addressing immediate safety concerns, providing emergency medical attention, investigating incidents of sexual misconduct, and filing a criminal complaint. They will also arrange for transportation to Beverly Hospital for medical attention.

Health Center
Location: Lane Student Center, downstairs
Phone: 978.867.4300
Hours: Monday–Friday, 7:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

After hours, the Health Center staff can be contacted through Gordon Police.

Contact the Health Center to receive medical attention. All services are confidential and free. The Health Center Staff will encourage students to seek medical care as soon as possible after a rape or sexual assault, and will support them through the process. Our contact point for this type of very specialized care is through the Beverly Hospital Emergency Department. We will call and alert them that a student is being referred, and they will be prepared to spend whatever time it takes to evaluate and treat the student’s medical and emotional needs. They will offer the services of a trained crisis counselor from the North Shore Rape Crisis Center to explain each step of the process and to support the student until the evaluation is completed.

Office of Student Life
Location: Lane Student Center, 2nd floor
Phone: 978.867.4072
Contact the Office of Student Life for help in contacting a Confidential Resource or a member of the Title IX Team

Community Resources

EMERGENCY: 911
Wenham Police Department

Emergency: 911
Business Phone: 978.468.4000
To make a criminal complaint regarding a rape or sexual assault (note: a criminal complaint can also be made by contacting the Gordon Police).

North Shore Rape Crisis Center
Phone: 1.800.922.8772
24-hour hotline for free and confidential care regarding a rape or sexual assault

Beverly Hospital Emergency Room
Location: 85 Herrick Street
Beverly, MA 01915
Phone: 978.922.3000

State and Federal Resources
Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination
One Ashburton Place
Boston, MA 02108
617.727.3390

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
One Congress Street
Boston, MA 02114
617.565.3200