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Sexual Assault, Violence and Harassment (Title IX)

Crime Victim Advocate

The Ulster County Crime Victims Assistance Program helps people with the unique needs, concerns, and problems associated with being the victim of a crime.  Women, men, children, teens, the LGBTQ+ community, seniors, persons with disabilities, and veterans may seek assistance.  These services can be offered whether or not you choose to report the crime to the college or the police.  These services are free of charge for our students, faculty, and staff.

SUNY New Paltz's Crime Victim Advocate is Amy Westberg.  She has office hours in Student Union Room 422 on Tuesday and Friday from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. or schedule an afternoon appointment.


Ulster County Crime Victim Advocate

Amy Westberg

5 Pearl Street  

Kingston, NY 12401

Office: (845) 340-3443

Cell: (845) 332-5221 

24-hour Crisis Hotline: (845) 340-3442