Testing for Non-Consensual Drugging
What if I think I was deliberately incapacitated with drugs or alcohol?
Signs you may have been drugged without your consent:
- You suddenly feel very drunk or disoriented after having had only 1 or 2 drinks.
- You suddenly feel drowsy and have trouble focusing or controlling your movements.
- You remember very little after accepting a beverage.
- You awaken hours later and find yourself completely or partially undressed, or notice soreness indicating that sexual contact may have occurred.
- If you experienced or believe you may have experienced sexual assault, you can meet with a Sexual Violence Coordinator through the Sexual Civility and Empowerment Program (SCE). They can connect you to all available resources and discuss safety and health care options. To set up an appointment, contact SCE at SCEsupport@osu.edu or (614) 292-4806.
- If you do not believe sexual assault occurred, you can contact the Student Advocacy Center (SAC) at firstname.lastname@example.org or (614) 292-1111 for support and resources.
Reporting the incident:
- If you are interested in reporting an incident, contact the Office of Title IX at (614) 247-5838 or complete the online report at http://titleix.osu.edu/global-navigation/file-a-complaint/report/.
Testing for non-consensual drugging:
- The Sexual Violence Support Coordinator from SCE or an advocate from SAC will provide you with all available resources on and off campus and help determine what services you may need, including financial support options.
- Urine testing for drugs must be done within 96 hours (4 days) of the suspected drug ingestion and costs $260 which will not be submitted to insurance. Testing is completed at Student Life Student Health Services.
- If you experienced sexual assault, connect with SCE to discuss options for payment processing.
- (614) 292-2121 Ohio State University Police
- (614) 645-4545 Columbus Police
- (614) 292-4806 Student Life Sexual Civility and Empowerment Program
- (614) 292-5766 Student Life Counseling and Consultation Services
- (614) 247-5838 Office of Title IX
- (614) 292-0748 Office of Student Conduct
- (614) 267-7020 24-Hour Rape Helpline