Get Help

24-hour services are available for individuals in need of immediate assistance with needs such as hospital care, reporting to police or emergency housing accommodations.

To schedule a confidential appointment with an RSVP Counselor, contact Kitty at 314-935-3445 or conroyr@wustl.edu.

Confidential RSVP Center Counselors

Kim Webb, Director

Director of the Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention (RSVP) Center

  • 314-935-8761 (weekday office hours) 314-935-8080 (24 hours through SARAH during the academic year)
  • kim_webb@wustl.edu
Kim works directly with students to provide crisis counseling, explanation of options and assistance regarding past or current relationship or sexual violence.
Austin, Jen

Support Services Counselor

  • 314-935-8457 (weekday office hours) 314-935-8080 (24 hours through SARAH)
  • jaustin@wustl.edu
Jen is dedicated to intentional outreach with students who are impacted by relationship abuse, sexual assault, and sexual harassment and who report experiencing barriers to accessing services. In addition, Jen provides trauma-informed direct counseling services for students seeking support from the RSVP Center.
  • SARAH (Sexual Assault and Rape Anonymous Hotline) is a student-run resource during the academic year for all members of the Washington University community. SARAH volunteers are trained to provide crisis counseling and information about resources that are available to you. SARAH volunteers receive specific training in assisting all survivors of sexual assault and their loved ones, including male survivors and LGBTQIA survivors.
  • WUPD (WashU Police Department)
    314-935-5555