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Reporting Options

Members of the MCLA community who have experienced sexual violence, sexual harassment, gender-based harassment, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking or retaliation have a number of reporting options available to them.

Confidential Reporting Options

Medical and emotional assistance are available from any of the following offices or community agencies:

MCLA Health Services

MountainOne Wellness Center

First Floor

MCLA Counseling Services

413.662.5331

MountainOne Wellness Center

Second Floor

Berkshire Medical Center

North Campus:

413.664.5256

71 Hospital Avenue, North Adams

 

Main Campus: 413.447.2000

725 North Street, Pittsfield

 

The Elizabeth Freeman Center 

866.401.4225 (24-hour hotline)

61 Main Street, Suite 202, North Adams

 

43 Francis Avenue, Pittsfield

 

Private, Non-Confidential Assistance

MCLA offers a variety of resources to those community members. While the following resources are not bound by confidentiality, they do maintain one's privacy within the limited group of MCLA personnel necessary to address the matter presented. 
 

MCLA Title IX Coordinator

Barbara Chaput

413.662.5599

Mark Hopkins, room 101

MCLA Department of Public Safety/Campus Police

 

413.662.5100

ext. 5100 on Campus

911

277 Ashland Street

MCLA Residential Programs & Services

413.662.5249

Flagg Townhouse 89

MCLA Student Affairs Division Office

413.662.5231

Amsler Campus Center 305

 

Making No Report

Individuals have the right not to make a report to anyone. MCLA, however, strongly encourages individuals to seek medical attention, counseling, and support. Individuals are always welcome to file a report at a later date, but please note a delay in reporting could weaken the evidence necessary to determine whether the accused is fond responsible for committing an act of sexual violence, sexual harassment, gender-based harassment, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking or retaliation.