Sexual Harassment and Assault Response & Education Center
SHARE is available to members of the Yale community who are dealing with sexual misconduct of any kind. Individuals turn to us with a variety of concerns, large and small, and we assist in whatever way we can. Sometimes we have a one-time phone consultation. More often, that first phone call leads to meeting in person, exploring options for response, and working to make sure that the caller gets whatever ongoing assistance is needed.
All calls to SHARE are confidential, and can be anonymous if you wish. We will offer information and support, and sometimes recommendations, but we won’t tell you what to do—our goal is to help you make your own informed, empowered decisions.
SHARE is not just a crisis hotline. We are a center located on the Lower Level of Yale Health and open for appointments or walk-ins Monday through Friday, 9-5. Counselors are also available any time, day or night, at 203 432-2000. We assist students who are dealing with acute and recent experiences, as well as experiences from their past. We also support individuals whose friends, family or loved ones have experienced sexual misconduct. We encourage anyone to contact us to receive information, advocacy and support.
Often, people come to our site looking for information. We encourage you to explore the menus and links we’ve provided. We are also happy to answer questions over the phone or email.
SHARE Center Brochures
Please feel free to print these brochures as needed.
- General Information Brochure
- SHARE: What You Need to Know
- Intimate Partner Violence
- Sexual Assault
- Sexual Harassment
- How to Help a Friend
- A Guide for Parents
- A Guide for Traveling
- Sexual Misconduct Response at Yale
- Title IX Coordinators
- University-Wide Committee on Sexual Misconduct
- Yale Police
- Yale Health Center: Acute Care
- Walden Peer Counselors (Undergraduates)
- Mental Health Services at Yale University
- University Chaplains & Religious Ministry
- Communication & Consent Educators (Undergraduates)