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Resources

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.

SAFETY
Emergency 911
Security 435-236-4000
Saint George Police Department 435-627-4300
Saint George Fire Department 435-627-4150
Poison Control 800-222-1222
Facilities Management 435-652-7550
COUNSELING SERVICES
National Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-TALK
Health and Counseling Center 435-652-7756
24-Hour Help Line (Dove Center) 435-628-0458
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Statewide 1-800-897-LINK
Nationwide 1-800-799-SAFE
Dove Center (Shelter) 435-628-1204
SUBSTANCE ABUSE
Alcoholics Anonymous 435-674-4791
Narcotics Anonymous 435-467-4403
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
Women’s Resource Center 435-879-4489
Parking Management 435-879-4335
Student Housing 435-652-7570
Utah Office for Victims of Crimes 801-238-2360 or Toll Free 1-800-621-7444
Helpful Links
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
Justice Court https://www.washco.utah.gov/departments/justice-court/
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.
https://www.safewise.com/blog/9-easy-ways-to-stay-safe-on-your-college-campus/


These are some items that might not come to mind right away but are life-savers. 
https://www.safewise.com/blog/5-surprisingly-essential-items-need-survive-college/


Here are the best ways to secure your home as a renter! 
https://www.safewise.com/best-home-security-system/renters/


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.
https://www.safewise.com/blog/how-to-address-safety-issues-with-your-landlord/


Tips and trick for feeling safe in a new house or apartment. 
https://www.safewise.com/blog/home-security-tips-for-renters/


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.
https://www.safewise.com/faq/auto-safety/report-drunk-driver/


Moving into a new neighborhood can be stressful, so here are some tools for getting to know your new neighborhood a little better.
https://www.safewise.com/blog/confirm-safety-neighboorhood-online-tools/