Confidential Support: Racial Injustice
On Campus Confidential Support
Bates Ombuds Program
Provides assistance to staff and faculty seeking appropriate paths to resolving workplace concerns, including a review of options for informal resolutions.
Brittany Longsdorf and Raymond Clouthier
163 Wood Street, 2nd Floor | 207-786-8272 | email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Provides individualized emotional and spiritual support through pastoral care and conversation.
Office of Intercultural Education
Dri Huber, Assistant Dean for LGBTQ+ Programs, Office of Intercultural Education
151 Chase Hall | 207-755-5981 | email@example.com
Provides individualized support and assistance to students who have experienced discrimination and/or harassment and are seeking information regarding resources and resolution options. *Please note while Dean Huber is confidential under college policies, she does not have legal privilege and, therefore, may be required to disclose information shared with her in civil or criminal legal proceedings.
Off Campus Confidential Support
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) — Aetna Resources for Living
www.resourcesforliving.com | 888-238-6232 | User ID: 4bates; ID = bwell
Provides free, confidential counseling services to Bates employees to help address a variety of personal issues. Staffed 24/7 by qualified mental health professionals available to listen to concerns and make referrals to a local provider for in person counseling or to resources in your community.
Immigrant Resource Center of Maine
265 Lisbon Street, Suite 2, Lewiston | 207-753-0061 | www.ircofmaine.org
Provides culturally and linguistically sensitive services to the refugee and New Mainer communities, including interpreter services; domestic violence, sexual assault, and trafficking support and advocacy; and system advocacy.
Tri-County Mental Health Services
24-hour crisis line: 888-568-1112 | 888-344-4673 | www.tcmhs.org
Local, confidential mental health care from licensed professionals. Providing trauma-informed, integrated services that promote whole health and wellness.
Wabanaki Women’s Coalition
Provides contact and services information for domestic violence, sexual assault and sex trafficking advocacy organizations for all five Wabanaki tribes.