If this is an emergency situation requiring immediate attention, call 911 or UHM DPS at (808) 956-6911.
These campus and community resources are available to provide support on the following issues of personal and public safety:
On-Campus Crisis Response, Support & Safety Resources
Click here to view resources, information, and reporting options for sexual assault and intimate partner violence
|UHM Office of Title IX
Responsible for the prompt and effective response to all complaints of sex discrimination or harassment for students and employees; investigation; assistance with interim measures.
Available for students and employees.
Click here for the UH System Title IX Resource Guide
|Hawaiʻi Hall 124||(808) 956-2299
|UH Confidential Advocate
Provides advocacy services and case management to victims of sex discrimination and gender-based violence (including sexual harassment, gender-based harassment, dating and domestic violence, stalking, sexual exploitation, and sexual assault).
Available for students
|Call for info||(808) 341-4952
|PAU (Prevention Awareness, Understanding) Violence Program
Referral services for sexual assault, stalking, and intimate partner violence (for UHM students); student respondent support; training for UHM students.
|QLC 211||PAU Violence Education Programs: (808) 956-7344|
|Student Respondent Support: (808) 956-4392
Email PAUrs@hawaii.edu to make an appointment
|UHM Counseling & Student Development Center
Counseling and crisis intervention for UHM students.
|QLC 312||(808) 956-2299|
Campus and community resource on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender issues; educational programming; weekly drop-in groups for students; referral services.
|QLC 211||(808) 956-9250
|University Health Services Mānoa
General medical care, immunizations, laboratory services, pharmacy.
|1710 East-West Rd.||(808) 956-8965|
|UHM Office of Judicial Affairs
Reports, investigation, and adjudication of Student Conduct Code allegations; facilitation of Academic Grievance Procedures.
Available for students and employees.
|QLC 207||(808) 956-4416|
Offers special services to students who have voluntarily disclosed to KOKUA a disability (health-related, mobility-related, hearing, visual, and learning)
|QLC 013||(808) 956-7511|
|Health Promotion Resource Center
Includes Alcohol & Other Drug Education Program; resource materials on a range of health topics; brief counseling and referral.
|QLC 313-D||(808) 956-3574|
|Office of the Vice Chancellor for Students
Assists students with special problems or concerns, such as discrimination and student conduct code issues.
|QLC 409||(808) 956-3290|
|Environmental Health & Safety Office
Identification, evaluation and control of workplace hazards such as asbestos, chemical exposure, indoor air quality, excessive noise, ergonomics and other potentially hazardous conditions. Also includes Fire Safety Program.
|2040 East-West Rd.||(808) 956-8660|
UH Mānoa Employee Resources
|UHM Office of Human Resources
Assistance with employment concerns
|Contact your department’s HR representative|
|UH Employee Assistance Program
Counseling and other services for employees
|Call for info||(808) 543-8445|
|UH Mānoa Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action (EEO/AA) Office
Training, resources, and information regarding equal employment opportunity requirements
|Administrative Services Building 1; Room 102||(808) 956-7077|
Local and National Crisis Response, Support & Safety Resources
|Sex Abuse Treatment Center Hawaiʻi
24/7 phone crisis response, in-person counseling, and legal systems advocacy for survivors of sexual assault and other forms of sexual violence.
|55 Merchant St., 22nd Floor||24-hour hotline: (808) 524-7273|
|Domestic Violence Action Center
Client advocacy, crisis support, safety planning, risk assessment, legal representation, and referral resource for victims of intimate partner violence.
|Call for info||Oʻahu Helpline: (808) 531-3771
Toll Free Helpline: (800) 690-6200
|Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN)
National resource: 24/7 hotline for crisis intervention, referrals, prevention, and support for victims of sexual assault and abuse.
|Call for info||24-hour hotline: (800) 656-4673|
|Child & Family Service Oʻahu Abuse Hotline
Provides confidential domestic abuse shelters for abused partners and their children.
|Call for info||(808) 841-0822|
|Alcoholics Anonymous – Oʻahu Central Office
Provides mutual assistance from and for alcoholics to achieve and maintain sobriety.
|Call Helpline for your local info||24-hour local Helpline: (808) 946-1438|
|Narcotics Anonymous Hawaiʻi – Oʻahu Area Service Committee
Provides mutual assistance from and for drug addicts to get “clean” and stay drug-free.
|Call Helpline for your local info||Oʻahu Service Area: (808) 734-4357|
|National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
National resource: 24/7 free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.
|Call for info||24-hour hotline: (800) 273-8255|
|Suicide & Crisis Hotline
Phone counseling (24/7) for those considering suicide.
|Call for info||Oʻahu Crisis Line: (808) 832-3100|