In case of a life-threatening emergency, call 911. The Dixie State University Security program provides several services without charge, and encourage you to reach out to the following resources.
|Saint George Police Department||435-627-4300|
|Saint George Fire Department||435-627-4150|
|National Suicide Prevention Hotline||1-800-273-TALK|
|Health and Counseling Center||435-652-7756|
|24-Hour Help Line (Dove Center)||435-628-0458|
|Dove Center (Shelter)||435-628-1204|
|Women’s Resource Center||435-879-4489|
|Utah Office for Victims of Crimes||801-238-2360 or Toll Free 1-800-621-7444|
|DSU Wellness Center||https://wellness.dixie.edu|
|Fingerprinting - WCSO||https://news.washeriff.net/public-services/fingerprinting-services/|
|See Something, Say Something||https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jAV1dbGPB4|
|Start By Believing||http://www.startbybelieving.org/|
|St. George City Police||https://www.sgcity.org/publicsafety/policedepartment|
|Utah Sex Offender Search||http://www.communitynotification.com/cap_office_disclaimer.php?office=54438|
|American Addiction Centers||https://americanaddictioncenters.org/|
|ProjectKnow: An American Addiction Centers Resource||https://www.projectknow.com/|
|Drugabuse.com: An American Addiction Centers Resource||https://drugabuse.com/|
SafeWise resources are provided below:
Here is an overview of ways to stay safe on your campus from familiarizing oneself with the Campus Safety Office to learning how to defend yourself.
These are some items that might not come to mind right away but are life-savers.
Here are the best ways to secure your home as a renter!
This resource addresses issues with off-campus housing that renters should spot before moving into a new home and is extremely useful for students beginning to look for housing options.
Tips and trick for feeling safe in a new house or apartment.
College Campuses tend to be hotspots for drinking and driving, which puts everyone in danger. Reporting this can sometimes be a struggle, so this resource goes through reporting drunk drivers.
Moving into a new neighborhood can be stressful, so here are some tools for getting to know your new neighborhood a little better.