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Campus Resources

The College encourages campus community members to seek referrals for support services from the individuals listed below:

Support Services & Resource Referrals for Students

Davenport Campus

Alex Margrave, D.C.
(563) 884-5257
margrave_a@palmer.edu

Florida Campus

Victor Hidalgo, M.S.
(386) 763-2780
victor.hidalgo@palmer.edu

West Campus

Michael Crump, M.Ed. 
(408) 944-6122
michael.crump@palmer.edu

Support Services & Resource Referrals for Employees

Davenport Campus

Lisa Bauer
(563) 884-5648
lisa.bauer@palmer.edu

Florida Campus

Cheryl Shaw, PHR, M.B.A.
(386) 763-2665
cheryl.shaw@palmer.edu

West Campus

Sr. Director of Human Resources


Community Resources

The College encourages members of each campus community to seek the support of community resources as needed. Individuals impacted by sexual misconduct are encouraged to seek appropriate help through available community resources, regardless of whether the individual chooses to formally report the misconduct or whether the incident occurred recently or in the past.

Local Resources

Davenport Campus

SafePath Survivor Resources
http://www.famres.org/services/safepath-domestic-violence
Iowa: (563) 326-9191
Illinois: (309) 797-1777

Violence Intervention Counseling Services
(309) 797-1777
Personal Counseling Brochure

Florida Campus

Sexual Assault Response Team
(888) 956-RAPE (7273)
Personal Counseling Brochure

West Campus 

YWCA Rape Crisis Center in Santa Clara County
(408) 287-3000
(650) 493-7273

Domestic Violence Crisis Line
(800) 572-2782
Personal Counseling Brochure


Confidential Resources

The College encourages members of each campus community to seek the support of community resources as needed. Individuals impacted by sexual misconduct are encouraged to seek appropriate help through available community resources, regardless of whether the individual chooses to formally report the misconduct or whether the incident occurred recently or in the past.

Additional Employee Resources (all three campuses)

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a Palmer-sponsored benefit intended to provide confidential, short-term counseling and referral services that will help employees and immediate family members.

ComPsych Guidance Resources (the College’s EAP) can be accessed 24 hours a day by calling (800) 272-7255 or logging onto http://www.guidanceresources.com/.

If, upon assessment, the counselor feels that outside assistance is necessary, a subsequent referral will be made. Please contact the Human Resources department at (563) 884-5276 for a password to access the web-based benefits.

Other Resources

Rape and Sexual Violence
National Sexual Assault Hotline (800) 656-HOPE (4673)
Rape Abuse Incest National Network www.rainn.org

Domestic Violence
National Domestic Violence hotlines: (800) 799-SAFE (7233); (800) 787-3224 (TTY)

Suicide Prevention
Lifeline Suicide Prevention (800) 273-TALK (8255)
Jed Foundation www.jedfoundation.org
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org

Gay, Lesbian,  Bisexual & Transgender Resources
GLTB National Hotline (888) 843-4564 www.GLBTNationalHelpCenter.org

Other Mental Health and Well-being Resources

Ulifeline http://www.ulifeline.org
An anonymous, confidential, online resource center developed especially for college students. Find help and information regarding mental-health and suicide prevention.

American Psychological Association www.apa.org
The APA is the premier professional psychological association in the United States, which provides information on a wide variety of topics.

Graduate Student Hotline - (800) GRAD-HELP (472-3457). Provides 24/7 support for urgent mental health care needs.

The Learn Psychology Guide to College Student Mental Health http://www.learnpsychology.org/college

Contact Us

Main campus

Davenport campus
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
563-884-5246

Branch campuses

Florida campus
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
(408) 944-6122

West campus
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
(386) 763-2665

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