From campus, to community, to online resources, this information will help answer questions about resources available to students.

OWU has many resources to support students as they navigate their experience.  It is important to note that all OWU employees, excluding the confidential resources detailed below, are mandatory reporters and must share all the details of the reports they receive with designated University officials.

Not sure what support you need, but want to submit a report? Individuals may submit a report online here.

Quick access to resources:

Confidential Resources

On-campus Resources

Local Resources

Grady Memorial Hospital, (740) 615-1000, hospital closest to OWU's campus
561 W Central Ave, Delaware, OH
Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) available.

Riverside Methodist Hospital, (614) 566-5321, 3535 Olentangy River Rd, Columbus, OH

Delaware Health Dept.,(740) 368-1700, 3 W Winter St, Delaware, OH
Sliding scale fees, women’s clinic, HIV testing

Helpline, (740) 369-3316 or (800) 684-2324local crisis support center

Crisis Text Line, Text HOME to 741741 for free, 24/7 crisis counseling

Non-Confidential Resources

On-campus Resources

Dean of Students Staff

Any other faculty and staff at OWU

Local Resources

Substance Abuse Resources

  • Maryhaven in Delaware, a rehab facility that offers addiction treatment, (740) 203-3800, 88 North Sandusky St., Delaware, Ohio
  • Alcoholics Anonymous: 614-253-8501, Ohio toll-free 800-870-3795
  • Narcotics Anonymous: 818-773-9999
  • Bacchus and Gamma: The BACCHUS Network™ is a university- and community-based network focusing on comprehensive health and safety initiatives. It is the mission of this nonprofit organization to actively promote leadership on healthy and safe lifestyle decisions concerning alcohol abuse, tobacco use, illegal drug use, unhealthy sexual practices, and other high-risk behaviors.
  • Alcohol Screening Tool: This tool can help you find out if your drinking patterns are safe, risky, or harmful. It will take only a few minutes and will generate personalized results based on your age, gender, and drinking patterns. Your responses are completely confidential and anonymous.
  • American Council on Alcoholism: A not-for-profit, voluntary educational organization that tries to promote understanding among individuals, professionals, and organizations that alcoholism is a treatable illness. National Helpline: 800-527-5344
  • National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence: Provides prevention, education, and medical/scientific information and referral services to families and individuals seeking help with an addiction problem.
  • National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism: Contains the most recent publications regarding alcohol use and physiological effects on the brain.
  • College Drinking – Changing the Culture