Student Resources

Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, 

Stalking, and Disability Discrimination


What To Do


In an emergency, call 911 immediately. 

When deciding what you might want to do after experiencing sexual assault, harassment, intimate partner violence, or stalking, it can be helpful to talk through your options with a trained advocate. An advocate is available to talk with you 24-hours a day through:

Rape Crisis Center



El Rape Crisis Center En Espanol     

Linea telefónica para crisis: 210-349-7273     


Family Violence Prevention Services



The resources below provide an overview of your options immediately following an incident, how to obtain assistance, reporting options, and resources.


Alamo Colleges Counseling Services

Advocacy Counseling & Support Resources

Domestic Violence Assistance

Hotline Numbers

Housing-Emergency Shelter

Law Enforcement

Medical Assistance

Quick Resource Guide 

Rape & Abuse Assistance

Title IX Coordinators

Texas Crime Victims’ Compensation Program

Disability Resources


Learn More


Contact Information

SPC Title IX Coordinator 
Dr. Mordecai I. Brownlee
Vice President of Student Success


MLK Campus - Sutton Learning Center (SLC) 306N

Dean of Student Success 
Dr. Paul A. Machen, II


MLK Campus - Sutton Learning Center (SLC) 102

Director of Student Conduct/Title IX 
John Martin


MLK Campus - Sutton Learning Center (SLC) 102M

Confidential Counseling Services 

Phone: 210-486-2333