Texas Tech University

Support & Resources

Texas Tech provides a range of resources and services to assist students, faculty, and staff who have experienced discrimination or violence, or care about someone who has. 

Many services are free, and some may be confidential. 

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Texas Tech University Resources

Office for Student Rights and Resolution

SUB 232 E | 806.742.7233 

  • Assistance or questions regarding reporting, resources, remedies, and investigations for all incidents of sexual violence, interpersonal violence, stalking, harassment, and discrimination 
  • Provide emotional support for students, discuss reporting options, and learn more about the Title IX Investigation Process
  • Support and coordinate resources for Pregnancy, Nursing, and Parenting students 
  • Assist with Interim Measures 
    • Academic Assistance
    • Academic Support Services
    • Parking Assistance
    • Housing Assistance 
    • Counseling Services
    • Medical Services
    • No Contact Order
  • Case Manager, CARE (Campus Advocacy, Response, and Education) Coordinators, and Civil Rights Investigators

Risk Intervention and Safety Education (RISE)

Drane 247 | 806. 742.2110 | rise@ttu.edu 

  • Empowers Texas Tech students to live vital, meaningful lives through comprehensive prevention education
  • Raider Recharge | Wellness Coaching
    • A 6-week program designed to increase awareness and further development by engaging in areas of wellness, stress management, emotional literacy, healthy relationships, and conflict management
  • Raider Restart | Substance Use Coaching
    • A program designed to provide an individualized education for students about substance use and the impacts of alcohol and other drugs on one's health, wellness, and academic success
  • Peer Educators
    • A dedicated team of student leaders whose main priority is promoting healthy lifestyles and educating their peers by assisting RISE with outreach, programming & events, and facilitating workshops

Student Health 

Confidential Services

Student Wellness Center | 806.743.2848 

  • On-campus medical care exclusively for Tech students
  • Clinical services include primary care, urgent care, women's health, and sports medicine

Counseling Services

Confidential Services

Office of the Dean of Students

SUB 201 AA | 806.742.2984 | deanofstudents@ttu.edu

Student Disability Services 

335 West Hall | 806.742.2405 | sds@ttu.edu

  • Provides a variety of accommodations and services for individuals with all types of disabilities

Office of LGBTQIA Education and Engagement

SUB 201 | 806.742.3433 | campuslife.lgbtqia@ttu.edu

  • Facilitation and leadership of programming and advocacy efforts aimed at

    strengthening the LGBTQIA community

TTU Police Department

Emergency: 911 | Non-emergency : 806.742.3931

413 Flint Avenue | police@ttu.edu

  • File a report if an incident occurred on-campus or if you have any concerns related to safety.

Additional Campus Resources

  • Free Condoms
    • RISE | Drane 247
    • SUB | 2nd Floor
    • SWC | 1st Floor
    • Rec | Fit Well
  • Free Feminine Hygiene Products
    • RISE | Drane 247
    • SUB | 2nd Floor

Community Resources

Lubbock Police Department

Emergency: 911 | Non-Emergency: 806.775.2865 | 916 Texas Avenue

  • File a report if an incident occurred off-campus or if you have any concerns related to safety.

Covenant Emergency Room

Confidential Services

3615 19th St. Lubbock, TX 79410 | 806.725.2233

  • Emergency and trauma health care and forensic (SANE) examinations within 96 hours of sexual assault.
    • See Voice of Hope Services for 24-hour medical accompaniment 

UMC Emergency Room

Confidential Services

602 Indiana Ave. Lubbock, TX 79415 | 806.775.8462

  • Emergency and trauma health care and forensic (SANE) examinations within 96 hours of sexual assault
    • See Voice of Hope Services for 24-hour medical accompaniment

Voice of Hope Lubbock Rape Crisis Center

Confidential Services

Main: 806.763.3232 | Crisis Hotline: 806.763.7273 

  • Support Services for Survivors of Sexual Assault and Sex-Trafficking
  • 24-hour crisis helpline, 24-hour medical accompaniment, 24-hour nurse examiner services, Counseling services, Law enforcement accompaniment, Judicial accompaniment, and Case-follow-up

Women's Protective Services

Domestic Violence Crisis Helpline: 806.747.6491 

  • A shelter for survivors of family violence

Pregnancy Testing

STI Testing 

  • Lubbock Health Department | STI/HIV Clinic | $20 | 806.775.2933
    • M-F 8:30am-11:00 am| M-Th 1:00pm-3:30pm
    • Same-day Appointment | Call at 8:00am

National Resources

National Sexual Assault Hotline

  • 800-656-4673
  • Hotline operated by RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) that serves people affected by sexual violence.

National Domestic Violence Hotline

  • 800-799-7233
  • Through this hotline, an advocate can provide local service resources (safe house shelters, transportation, casework assistance) and crisis intervention.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

  • 800-273-8255
  • Provides crisis suicide intervention, self-harm counseling and assistance, and local mental health referrals.

Trans Lifeline

  • 877-565-8860
  • Hotline staffed by transgender people for transgender people to respond to whatever support needs arise.

Stalking Resource Center

  • 855-484-2846
  • Provides crisis intervention, information, and support to individuals who experience stalking.

The Trevor Project

  • 866-488-7386
  • Provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning young people.

Love is Respect

  • 866-331-9474
  • Offers support, information, and advocacy to young people in need, and concerned friends and family who have questions to prevent or end abusive relationships.

Sexual Assault Support & Help for Americans Abroad Center

  • 833-723-3833
  • Provides sexual assault support and response to Americans overseas.

 

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