If you or someone you know has experienced sexual violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating/domestic violence, or stalking, here are some ways you can be supportive.
First, ensure the immediate safety of this person.
Second, let them know that campus and community resources are available:
If the victim or survivor is an undergraduate or graduate student, the CARE Advocate is available for confidential, free support and guidance. The Advocate is a trained professional who can connect you with psychological counseling as well as explain various accommodations and reporting options on and off campus. Click here to learn more about the CARE Advocate.
If the victim or survivor is a UC faculty member, other academic appointee, or staff employee, the experienced staff at the Staff and Faculty Counseling Center can provide confidential support and referrals to available resources.
Additionally, the Rape Treatment Center at Santa Monica is available for all survivors, whether or not they are a UCLA student, faculty member, or staff.
Click here to learn more about these confidential resources.