In addition to ongoing access to counseling services and medical care both on and off campus, students can opt for additional assistance.
The College’s Assistant Director of Health Promotion can provide support, information, and referrals to students. She can help students in understanding the College’s Student Handbook Policy Regarding Title IX Sexual Harassment, including Sexual Assault, Dating Violence, and Domestic Violence and Stalking. Please note that the Assistant Director of Health Promotion can talk to a victim / reporting person (or Complainant) without being required to disclose personally identifiable information about the victim/ Complainant to the Title IX Coordinator. Students can seek assistance from the Assistant Director of Health Promotion without triggering an investigation that would reveal the identity of the victim/ Complainant but the Assistant Director of Health Promotion will share a limited report to inform the Title IX Coordinator of the date, time, general location, nature of the sexual violence on or off campus, and name of the perpetrator if known. The Assistant Director of Health Promotion will not share any information with the Title IX Coordinator that would identify the victim/Complainant. This general information is necessary for the College to track patterns, evaluate the scope of the problem, and formulate appropriate campus-wide responses. Before sharing the general report with the Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Title IX Coordinator, the Assistant Director of Health Promotion will work to consult with the victim/Complainant to ensure that no personally identifiable details are shared.
Joni Eisenhauer, MS
Assistant Director of Health Promotion
firstname.lastname@example.org | 717-361-1123
Joni joined the Student Wellness staff in November 2017. She has over 10 years of experience in public health educating both individuals and groups on various topics including nutrition, tobacco cessation, STI education/prevention, women’s reproductive health and more. Most recently, she held the role of Clinical Health Coach at Pinnacle Health’s Lebanon Valley Advanced Care Center guiding patients to healthier lifestyles by making dietary recommendations and/or smoking cessation techniques. Joni earned her BS degree in Health Science and Sociology from Lebanon Valley College and recently earned a MS degree in Nutrition and Integrative Health from Maryland University of Integrative Health. Joni believes wellness is based on bio individuality, meaning it will look and feel different to each one of us. She believes in empowering individuals by providing various tools in order for them to find and achieve their personal ideal definition of wellness. Joni is excited to use her experience and knowledge to enhance and create wellness programs at Elizabethtown College. Joni oversees the Student Wellness Advocacy Group (SWAG), The WELL, The Body Shop and E-Fit programming.
All Employees who have experienced Title IX Sexual Harassment, who have provided a Report alleging Title IX Sexual Harassment, or have been alleged to have engaged in Title IX Sexual Harassment can seek confidential assistance through the Employee Assistance Program:
Supportive Measures are available with or without the filing of a Formal Complaint. Promptly after receipt of a Report, the Title IX Coordinator will contact the Complainant to discuss the availability of Supportive Measures. The Title IX Coordinator will also contact a Respondent to offer Supportive Measures promptly after a Formal Complaint is filed, whether or not a Formal Complaint Process actually proceeds. In determining the Supportive Measures to be provided, the Title IX Coordinator will make an individualized determination, considering the Complainant’s wishes and other relevant factors, of the non-disciplinary, non-punitive measures that will be provided to the Complainant and Respondent to restore or preserve equal access to the College’s Education programs or Activities, to protect the safety of the Parties, and/or to deter Title IX Sexual Harassment.
All Supportive Measures will be provided without fee or charge and without unreasonably burdening the other Party. Supportive Measures will be maintained as confidential by the College to the extent that confidentiality will not impair the ability to provide the Supportive Measures.
Examples of Supportive Measures that may be implemented by the College include:
- Academic extensions or adjustments
- Campus escort services
- Changes in housing
- Changes in on campus work schedules or locations
- Increased security or monitoring of certain areas of the campus
- Modifications of class or activity schedules
- Mutual restrictions on contact between the Parties
- Provide information on how to access legal assistance, victim advocacy and immigration/visa assistance