What is ASAP
ASAP is the Assault Survivors Advocacy Program, a confidential victim advocacy program for UNC survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner violence and stalking.
What does ASAP do?
ASAP provides confidentialcrisis intervention, medical and legal advocacy, support, information, and academic intervention for UNC students who have been affected by sexual assault, intimate partner violence and stalking. In addition, ASAP provides prevention education to the campus community.
How do I contact an ASAP Advocate?
ASAP has a 24-hour confidential Hot Line. Call 351-4040 anytime and ask to speak with an Advocate. Or you can come to the ASAP Office during regular business hours (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday) and speak with someone.
Where is ASAP located?
The ASAP Office is on the second floor of Cassidy Hall next to the Counseling Center. Cassidy Hall is on the corner of 10th Ave. and 19th St. and houses the Student Health Center, Counseling Center, and ASAP.
How do I schedule a prevention program?
Call the ASAP Office at 351-1490 and you will be asked to give the details on what you need, when, where, etc. Please give us at least 2 weeks notice to schedule an appropriate speaker for your group.
How can I get involved with ASAP?
Contact the ASAP Office at 351-1490 to find out about the many volunteer opportunities, the student organization, and ASAP internships.