Emergency and supportive resources

North Shore Community College is committed to working with community members to help them maintain access to their educational and work environment. Below you will find resources available to our community members. You can also find many of these resources on our Emergency and Supportive Resources guide. If you have any questions about these resources, you can contact the Title IX Coordinator or contact one of the Confidential Resource Providers below.

Confidential Resource Providers (CRPs)

NSCC has confidential resources available for the NSCC community. These designated Confidential Resource Providers (CRPs) are not required to disclose information to the Title IX Coordinator nor local law enforcement outside of claims of child or elder abuse. These individuals can share information for reporting alleged violations of the Title IX and Sexual Misconduct policy on and off campus with college and local law enforcement as well as provide support in accessing these resources and options. These individuals can assist in connecting with local resources such as domestic violence support resources and organizations which provide services in responding to sexual assault. There may be some circumstances where confidentiality cannot be kept and these individuals will inform you of these exceptions.

Amanda Dooling
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Assistant Dean Academic & Student Development
(781) 477-2124

Dr. Natalie Aleman
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Dean of Academic and Student Development
(781) 477-2235
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Nikki Pelonia
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Chief Diversity and Equity Officer
ADA/Section 504 Coordinator
Phone: (978) 762-4000 x4010

Getting Support

An individual may contact the Title IX Coordinator or one of the Confidential Resource Providers to discuss potential supportive measures. Supportive Measures are non-disciplinary, non-punitive individualized services offered as appropriate, as reasonably available, and without fee or charge to students impacted by an incident (such as complainants, respondents, and witnesses) that might fall under the sexual misconduct policies, regardless of whether a formal complaint is filed. Such measures are designed to restore or preserve equal access to the College’s education program or activity without unreasonably burdening the other party, including measures designed to protect the safety of all parties or the College’s educational environment, or deter sexual harassment. Community members can learn more about Supportive Measures on our Supportive Measures, Interim Action & Emergency Removal webpage.

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