If you wish that details of an incident be kept confidential, or do not know if you want to or are ready to report an incident to Kaua`i Community College and/or Law Enforcement, speak with the Confidential Advocate or Mental Health Counselor.
These individuals are on-campus and are available for individuals to discuss incidents and issues related to sex discrimination, sexual misconduct, and gender-based violence on a confidential basis. You will be able to confidentially discuss your situation, and receive information, assistance, and resources, while still retaining control of your decision to report an incident to the College and/or Law Enforcement.
Confidential Resources will not disclose information about incidents of sex discrimination, sexual misconduct, and/or gender-based violence to anyone, including Law Enforcement or the Title IX Coordinators, except in very limited circumstances, such as when failure to disclose the information would result in imminent danger to the individual or others.
The many resources available can sometimes be overwhelming. The Confidential Advocate can provide information, assist with navigating the many options available, and provide improved access to resources. The Confidential Advocate is available to students and employees, and all services are free of charge.
The Confidential Advocate is a confidential resource, meaning that assistance can be received without placing the College on notice of a specific incident.
The Confidential Advocate’s services include:
- Education and answering questions on sexual assault and domestic/dating violence
- Assistance with deciding whether you would like to report an incident to Kaua`i Community College and/or Law Enforcement
- On campus support, including assistance with reporting to the College or interim measures
- Off campus advocacy, including assisting with Temporary Restraining Orders, reporting to the police, or accompanying you to forensic medical exams
- In-classroom instruction on basic dynamics of sexual assault and domestic violence
MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELOR
The Mental Health Counselor can provide emotional support as you process the many options available, and can offer confidential personal counseling, consultation, and coaching to help improve mental health and wellness. The Mental Health Counselor is available to students, and all services are free of charge.
The Mental Health Counselor is a confidential resource, meaning that assistance can be received without placing the College on notice of a specific incident.
The Mental Health Counselor's services include: