Resources for Sexual Assault/Rape, Dating and Domestic Violence, and Stalking

On the Campus
In the Community

See UC Berkeley's Survivor Support website for all the details you need to know about getting help, reporting, supporting a survivor and more.

See flow chart Tang Care for Sexual Assault Survivors (PDF)

On the Campus

What you need Where to get it
Campus Police U.C. Berkeley Police Department
1 Sproul Hall
The police provide emergency assistance and crisis intervention for survivors; protection; transportation for evidence collection and medical care; nighttime campus escort service; and safety consultation.
  • General: (510) 642-6760
  • Emergency: on campus: (510)642-3333; off-campus 911 (From on campus, a 911 call will go to campus police; from off-campus, a 911 call will go to the police dept of the area)
  • Anonymous Crime Report
Care, Counseling, Advocacy and Assistance

University Health Services Tang Center
2222 Bancroft Way

See flow chart Tang Care for Sexual Assault Survivors (PDF)

  • Medical Care: (510) 642-3188 (UHS Urgent Care) - for students not filing police requests. For evidence collection, arrangements will be made for student to be seen at a local facility with with a Sexual Assault Response Team.
  • After Hours Assistance: (510) 643-7197
  • Survivor Counseling, Advocacy & Assistance: (510) 642-6074 (Social Services) - Individual and group support; consultation to the campus community.
  • Prevention Services: (510) 642-7202 (Health Promotion) - Workshops and training for women and men on preventing rape and sexual assault.
  • CARE Services for Faculty and Staff: (510) 643-7754
Confidential Care Advocate The Confidential Care Advocate provides affirming, empowering, and confidential support for those who have experienced gendered violence, including: sexual harassment, dating and intimate partner violence, sexual assault, stalking, and sexual exploitation. Advocates bring a non-judgmental, caring approach to exploring all options, rights, and resources. 

Residential Needs Resident Directors in RSSP can provide residential students with information and support, as well as connect you with resources on campus.
See the online directory for Residential Living staff contact information.
Sexual Harassment Title IX Compliance Officer at OPHD- The OPHD responds to complaints of sex discrimination or harassment for the campus. It provides complaint resolution, referral and education on sexual harassment, including sexual assault. (510) 643-7985
Student Rights Center for Student Conduct - This office investigates conduct violations and assists students who report assaults by other Cal students. The conduct process is used to determine if a student engaged in behavior that violates the Code of Student Conduct.
2536 Channing Way, Bldg. E (510) 643-9069
Survivor Advocacy Gender Equity Resource Center - Support, advocacy, and education related to women and the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities; entry point to access resources and/or report incidents of sexual, relationship, and hate violence.
202 Cesar Chavez; (510) 643-5727
Threat Management The Threat Management Unit of UCPD investigates, assesses, and manages cases of aberrant behavior, including all reported cases of domestic violence and stalking; (510) 642-6760 for more information.


Links to Community Resources

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24-Hour hotlines A Safe Place Oakland hotline, shelter, crisis referral, advocacy, counseling, emergency food, clothing and transportation. 24-hr. crisis line: (510) 536-SAFE (7233)

BAWAR (Bay Area Women Against Rape) 24-hr hotline staffed by trained counselors. Accompanies survivors to police dept, hospitals & courts. Offers short term counseling and support groups, and referrals for long-term counseling. Special outreach to Latina survivors. 470 27th Street, Oakland, CA 94612
24-hr. crisis line: (510) 845-RAPE (7273)

FVLC(Family Violence Law Center)
Offers legal help and advocacy, community and support.

470 27th Street, Oakland, CA 94612
24-hr. crisis line: (510) 208-0255

Tri-Valley Haven  Serves adults and children who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, homelessness.
Livermore, CA`
(800) 884-8119

(925) 449-5842
Berkeley City Police Berkeley Police Department
2100 Martin Luther King, Jr. Way, Berkeley; (510) 981-5900
Emergency care Highland Hospital
1411 E. 31st Street, Oakland

Sexual Assault Hotline: (510) 534-9290
Emergency: (510) 437-4557 or (510) 437-4559, ext. 7.

Survivor Advocacy: women of all sexual orientations

Women, Inc.
333 Valencia St. Suite 450, San Francisco
(415) 864-4722

(877) 384-3578 (domestic violence shelter assistance)

Survivor Advocacy: gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender people CUAV (Community United Against Violence)
427 South Van Ness Ave., San Francisco
(415) 777-5500
(415) 333-4357 safety line
Survivor Advocacy: under-represented communities

Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach
Legal advocacy, cultural and linguistic support for API families undergoing domestic violence
(510) 251-2846 Oakland

(415) 567-6255 SF

Asian Women’s Shelter
Shelter program, language advocacy program, crisis line, case management, and programs in support of underserved communities such as queer Asian survivors and trafficked survivors.
(877) 751-0880

La Clínica de la Raza
East Bay-based assessment and safety planning services for domestic violence and child abuse, support groups, treatment groups, violence evaluations and referral services. Multiple sites.
(510) 535-4000 Oakland.

Advocacy, support, information, and referrals for survivors of domestic violence in the South Asian community- Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and diasporic communities.
(800) 215-7308

(510) 444-6068 Oakland & Richmond sites.

Native American Health Center 
Medical and family services in Oakland and San Francisco, groups in San Francisco for Native American families dealing with abuse
(415) 621-8051 SF

(510) 535-4400 Oakland

Referrals for shelter, legal services, counseling, translation services, citizenship/legal residency for Korean- community survivors of domestic violence and their families
Domestic Violence Program (510) 547-3258; (510) 547-2662 other services.

Monday-Friday: 9:30am - 5:30pm

See also
UC Berkeley's Survivor Support website
How You Can Help a Friend Who Has Been Sexually Assaulted/Raped
How Advisers and Faculty Can Help a Student Who Has Been Assaulted/Raped
Sexual Assault/Rape: Alcohol and Other Drugs
Sexual Assault/Rape: Medical, Counseling and Educational Services
Unwanted Sex, Sexual Assault and Rape: Advice and Resources for Men

Disclaimer: The information provided here is not intended to diagnose, treat or provide a second opinion on any health problem or disease. It is meant to support, not replace, the relationship that exists between an individual and his/her clinician.

Last Revised: October 2014

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