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Sexual Misconduct & Harassment Support

Yale School of Medicine and Yale University strive to be a community free of sexual misconduct by promoting the essential values of respect and responsibility, providing education, and working with students, faculty, and staff. Our goal is a community that is safe and supportive for all.

Where to Get Help

If you are in an emergency or immediate danger, call 911 or the Yale Police Department at 203-432-4400.

Yale takes all complaints and accusations of sexual misconduct seriously. The University-Wide Committee on Sexual Misconduct is a source of information and responds to formal complaints.

Sexual Harassment and Assault Response & Education (SHARE)

If you are a yale student or employee and have been subject to sexual misconduct of any kind—or if you simply have questions or concerns—you may contact SHARE or call 203-432-2000. SHARE has counselors available to talk or meet 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. In addition, SHARE offers guidance on what to do in an emergency and how to respond to unwanted sexual behavior.

Anyone in the community who is uncertain of their options or simply needs help, may call the SHARE Center at (203) 432-2000.

Additional Resources

In addition, if you are:

You may contact:

Yale student

Yale faculty, staff, or trainee employed by the University

Intern, resident, or fellow employed by Yale-New Haven Hospital

  • The YNHH House Staff Office at 203.688.2259

Deputy Title IX Coordinators

Yale University and Yale School of Medicine are committed to providing an environment free from discrimination on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression and membership in any other protected classes as set forth in Connecticut and federal law.

Information regarding how to file a civil rights complaint with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

YSM's Title IX Coordinators

  • Deputy School of Medicine Title IX Coordinator

    Professor of Psychiatry; Associate Dean for Gender Equity, Yale School of Medicine; Director, Office for Women in Medicine and Science, Yale School of Medicine; Deputy Chair for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Psychiatry; Director, Program Evaluation and Child Trauma Research , The Consultation Center; Professor, Social and Behavioral Sciences

  • Deputy School of Medicine Title IX Coordinator

    Deputy Dean and Chief Diversity Officer and Associate Professor of Internal Medicine (General Medicine); Title IX Deputy Coordinator, Office of the Dean, School of Medicine; Discrimination and Harassment Coordinator, Office of the President

  • Deputy School of Medicine Title IX Coordinator

    Professor Emeritus of Medicine (Digestive Diseases); Deputy Title IX Coordinator, Office of the Provost; Emeritus Director of Resident/Fellow Well-being, Graduate Medical Education