Campus & Community Resources

Campus & Community Resources

Campus Title IX Resources

  1. Ms. Jasmin Adrianne Nunez, Esq., Title IX Coordinator
    Student Affairs, Baylis Halljnunez@sunymaritime.edu; TitleIX@sunymaritime.edu
    718-319-1151; 718-514-3147 (emergency cell) 
     
  2. University Police, Front gate
    Emergency/Non-Emergency
    718-409-7311 or 911http://www.sunymaritime.edu/Campus%20Life/University%20Police/index
     
  3. SUNY Maritime Counseling Center, Reisenberg Gymnasium*Confidential Resource 
    718-409-7477
     
  4. SUNY Maritime Campus Ministries*Confidential Resource 
    917-601-3421
     
  5. Cpt. Catie Hanft, Deputy Commandant of Cadets
    Regiment 1st Deck D Dorm
    chanft@sunymaritime.edu
    718-409-7442
     
  6. Mr. Myron Pryjmak, Chief of Police
    University Police, Front gate 718-409-7305mpryjmak@sunymaritime.edu
    718-409-7305
     
  7. Ms. Arianne Romeo, Assistant Dean of Student Life & Orientation
    Student Affairs, Baylis Hallaromeo@sunymaritime.edu
    718-409-2904
     
  8. Ms. Lu-Ann Plaisance, Assistant Vice President of Human Resources & Chief Diversity Officer
    Human Resource Services McMurray Hall Rm.309lplaisance@sunymaritime.edu
    718-409-7302

Sexual Assault & Violence Response (SAVR) Resources http://www.suny.edu/violence-response/
 

Community Resources

  1. Bronx District Attorneys Crime Victims Assistance Unithttp://www.bronxda.net/frames.html
    718-590-2115
     
  2. Counseling & Psychotherapy of Throggs Neck*Confidential Resource 
    718-792-4178
     
  3. Crime Victims Support Services of North Bronx*Confidential Resource 
    718-823-4925
     
  4. Jacobi Hospital
    Psychiatric Emergency
    718-918-4850
     
  5. North Central Bronx Hospital Sexual Assault Treatment Programhttp://www.ci.nyc.ny.us/html/hhc/html/facilities/northcentralbronx.shtml
    718-519-3100*Confidential Resource 

 

*Confidential Resource - Whether on or off campus, medical providers, licensed mental health counselors, and clergy are completely confidential resources with no further mandatory reporting requirement under the law.  On-campus nonprofessional counselors and advocates can assist you without sharing information that could identify you.  However, they have an obligation to share the nature, date, time, and general location of an incident with the Title IX Coordinator.