CSULA Student Health Center: Campus Domestic and Sexual Violence Resources

Note: If you need to leave this page quickly, click on escape.

Caution! Computer and Internet activity can be monitored. If you are being abused or stalked it may be safer for you to use a computer a perpetrator does not have access to (e.g., Open Access Lab). If you need to leave this page quickly, click on escape near the top and bottom right of this page and you will be redirected to Google.com. For more information call the National Domestic Violence Hotline (NDVH) at (800) 799-SAFE (7233), (800) 787-3224 (TTY); or visit the National Domestic Violence Hotline or CyberAngels online on a safer computer.

 

Call '911' in an Emergency

 

 

Education and Prevention Programming

Project SAFE's campus partners conduct a variety of dating/domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking education and prevention programming throughout the year.

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Victim/Survivor Assistance

Note: Crime victims have rights granted by federal and state law. For information on these rights, click on Victims' Rights.

A variety of victim/survivor support services are available on campus. These services include:

 

Campus housing modifications

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Confidential counseling

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Crime reporting, transportation to local emergency room, and information regarding protective orders

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Enrollment modifications

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Medical services (emergency contraception, HIV & STD testing, treatment of injuries, referrals)

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Misconduct, discrimination, harassment and retaliation complaints

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Referrals for community services, information and resources

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