THE UIC Campus Advocacy Network (CAN) is a free and confidential program that serves students, staff and faculty who are dealing with the aftermath of rape, stalking, or abusive relationships with family members, intimate partners, acquaintances, or roommates. You have a right to be heard; CAN is there to listen.
CAN WANTS you to know that:
- They will believe you
- It's not your fault; no one deserves to be a victim of these crimes
- You have options. They are here to help you explore all of the options available to you both on and off campus.
CAN SERVICES are designed for people of all gender orientations, sexual orientations, races, ethnicities, religious beliefs, and abilities. CAN is dedicated to ensuring that all members of the community feel safe, listened to, and valued. CAN is committed to working together with survivors of violence to explore options open to them and support their attempts to access resources both on and off campus. CAN also is a place you can anonymously report a crime that has occurred on campus.
FOR A fuller listing of the services CAN provides, as well as more information about sexual assault, stalking, and abusive relationships, visit:
ALL CAN services are free and confidential.
CAN STAFF are available for appointment Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Room 802 of University Hall.
CALL (312) 413-8206 to schedule an appointment, or email email@example.com.
WALK-INS BETWEEN the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. are welcome.