Women Helping Women


Women Helping Women is a free and confidential service for all survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking. Survivors can reach the on-campus advocates by calling or texting, or stopping by the Women Helping Women offices at Warfield Hall.

Services include:

  • One-on-one meeting/support
  • Support groups
  • Guidance on reporting options
  • Accompaniment throughout the Miami Title IX process
  • Support with filing for a Civil Protection Order (CPO)
  • Hospital accompaniment
  • Safety planning

Reach out to:

  • Mady DeVivo, on-campus advocate (and Miami alum)
  • Sexual and Interpersonal Violence (SIV) Support Specialist
  • 215 Warfield Hall (same floor as Residence Life; 451 E Spring St)
  • Call/text: 513-846-8402 or 513-431-1111
  • Email: mu@womenhelpingwomen.org

Your student can typically reach someone for support on-campus between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday-Friday.

If your student needs to speak with someone immediately, call Women Helping Women’s 24/7 line at 513-381-5610, or visit womenhelpingwomen.org to chat live with an advocate.

Student interested in volunteering? Volunteers with Women Helping Women help survivors in court, at the hospital, and around campus. They can email staff.whw@gmail.com or call 513-523-1000 to get involved.

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