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Coming Fall/Winter 2016-17 - What You Need, When You Need it

For all of us, finding help when you need it's needed can be tough. In a time of crisis, it can feel nearly impossible. For those with minority or concealable identities, it's more important than ever that identity- and issue-related information can be easily and conveniently accessed.

In fall 2016, PIP plans to test an online searchable database that students, staff, and faculty can use to find campus and community resources that target a variety of problems. Whether looking to connect with others sharing your own background or identity, or seeking help for a problem in your life, stay tuned for PIP's coming resource directory.

Purdue Community Resources List (Beta Version)

Until PIP's database launches, general campus and community resources are continually being aggregated in the links below. Links are frequently updated, so please report any errors to identities@purdue.edu

Report Hate or Bias

Explore your options for reporting your experiences with hate, bias, bullying, or discrimination here.  

Other Local Information and Assistance

For immediate assistance with a wide range of issues related to the non-campus Greater Lafayette community, contact 2-1-1 on a local line (or 765-423-2255) to access a free 24-hour local referral service provided by trained volunteers.

For the deaf, hard of hearing, or speech-impaired, dial 7-1-1 and request the operator contact 765-423-2255.

Non-English translation is available.


Visit: https://www.mhatippecanoe.org/services/crisis-center for more information on crisis services.


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