If you have experienced sexual assault, relationship violence or stalking, or would like to make a report to help a friend or colleague, you can contact:
- Campus Safety & Security, 928-777-3333, open 24/7
- Title IX Coordinator Dr. Elizabeth D. Frost, 928-777-3747; Elizabeth.Frost@erau.edu or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to speak with someone confidentially about your reporting options or experience, please contact one of the following resources:
- Campus Counseling Center (students), 928-777-3312
- Campus Health & Wellness, 928-777-6653
- Yavapi Family Advocacy Center (YFAC), 928-775-0669
- YFAC’s mission is to reduce trauma to victims of abuse by providing a safe and supportive environment, and facilitating a team approach to advocacy, investigation and prosecution.
- A medical exam is offered to any individual who may be a victim of physical or sexual abuse or assault. Nurse practitioners with specialized training are available to perform specialized medical evaluations on site in a victim-centered, friendly, non-threatening environment.
- The purpose of the exam is to collect evidence and document trauma if present (especially in acute cases). The exam is also used to assess for and treat sexually transmitted infections, injuries and pregnancy. Most importantly, it is performed to reassure the victim and family that their body is okay.
- Victims may feel worried, embarrassed or uncomfortable about their exam. It is normal to feel anxious about the examination. The nurse practitioner will take as much time as necessary to help the person throughout the medical evaluation by explaining each step of the check-up and finding ways to put the person at ease.
- Please note that YFAC is the only agency that is able to conduct a medical exam pertaining to a sexual assault/abuse within Yavapai County.
- Sexual Assault Hotline: 800-656-HOPE (4673)
Coordinator, Title IX Compliance
Haass Commons Bldg. 73, Office 131
Prescott, AZ 86301