|Rape Crisis Hotline|
|Center for Community Solutions|
|RAINN (Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network)|
|CALCASA (California Coalition Against Sexual Assault)|
|Men Can Stop Rape|
An Advocate can help answer questions about the multiple processes involved in reporting, facilitate appropriate referrals to resources for USD students who have been impacted by sexual assault, harassment, and/or partner violence and are available to accompany students to Public Safety, and/or an interview with Law Enforcement.
Call 619-260-2222 (24 hours, 7 days a week) to receive immediate assistance.
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The Center for Health and Wellness Promotion (CHWP) provides support, education and services to promote balance and total wellness for students. CHWP strives to increase students' knowledge, facilitate their motivation to change unhealthy behaviors, and support those striving for optimal wellness. The Center for Health and Wellness Promotion offers individual alcohol and other drug clinical consultations and assessments, education, 12-step facilitation and support, peer education and community referrals.
- Presentation/Training Request
To learn more about Sexual Assault or Sexual Violence, submit a Student Wellness Presentation Request.
College Cab provides full-time USD undergraduate students a safe ride from any situation that places you at risk (being stranded or wanting to leave an uncomfortable situation).
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Students in crisis or with urgent needs can be seen immediately on a walk-in basis. All information is confidential in a manner consistent with applicable law . This service is also available to those who have been accused of sexual misconduct. Counseling Center staff can also help students address academic concerns, contact professors, and/or coordinate other services on-campus.
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Public Safety Officers respond to crimes and medical emergencies and can provide other general assistance. Officers can facilitate reporting through the San Diego Police Department as well as anonymous and confidential campus reporting.
Public Safety Escort
Public Safety can provide a safe escort throughout the evenings to any location on-campus or with-in one mile of campus.
RAD Basic Personal Defense is a national program of realistic self-defense tactics and techniques taught for women. Find information about instructors and upcoming on-campus trainings.
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Emergencies after hours: 619-260-2222
SHC professional staff members are available for consultation, assessment, medical treatment, evaluation and prevention of sexually transmitted diseases, as well as consultation for other health concerns.
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University ministers are available to provide support to students in need.
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The Women’s Center is a student-centered learning community that provides resources and engages women and men in educational dialogue around gender-related issues. The Center advocates for a safe, supportive campus environment that promotes equity among all voices. Staff members are available for consultation and to provide information and assistance in making a report and/or accessing support services on- and off-campus.
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Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students or his/her designee is available to provide support to students, as well as facilitate the reporting process.
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The Title IX Coordinator is available to discuss questions or concerns relating to the investigation of complaints received pursuant to Title IX; our reporting protocols and grievance procedures; education and training opportunities across campus; and the monitoring of campus climate to ensure the safety and dignity of our community.
(888) 385-4657 (24 hours)
The City of San Diego's only Rape Crisis Center provides services for survivors of sexual assault. All services are free and confidential.
Emergency Services: 24/7 hotline, domestic violence emergency response, sexual assault emergency response, and emergency shelter (888) 385-4657
Crisis Intervention Services: legal services, counseling services, transitional housing,
domestic violence victim advocacy, sexual assault victim advocacy, and elder abuse victim advocacy and legal services.
Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention: education & outreach programs.