Resources

Campus and community resources for survivors of violence and allies.

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Center for Advocacy, Resources & Education (CARE)

(530) 752-3299

Center for Advocacy, Resources & Education (CARE) is the on-campus, confidential resource for students, faculty and staff at UC Davis.  CVPP provides intervention and prevention services regarding sexual assault, intimate partner violence and stalking at the Davis campus and the Medical Center in Sacramento.  

Intervention services include free and confidential crisis intervention, advocacy, accompaniment, resource and referral.

Services are available to any survivor who needs them regardless of gender, gender expression, ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation, age, religion, citizenship status, or ability.

Prevention services include educational programming, professional training, outreach events, etc.

For more information about CARE services go HERE.

Academic & Staff Assistance Program (ASAP)

(530) 752-2727

The Academic & Staff Assistance Program (ASAP) offers confidential, cost free assessment, intervention, consultation and referral services to all UCD faculty, staff and their immediate families.

The Academic & Staff Assistance Program (ASAP) is strictly confidential. No information about your participation is released to anyone without your written consent except when legally mandated. No information from ASAP appears in any departmental, central or personnel file. Your need for privacy is respected.

Whether the problem is work-related or personal, administrative or individual, career or relationship focused, ASAP's experienced staff can assist you in recognizing and resolving the problem. When additional resources are needed, they can link you to appropriate services in your community.

If you are concerned about a friend, colleague, co-worker, subordinate or work group, ASAP can help you.

For more information regarding ASAP or to schedule an appointment, visit their website here.

Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS)

(530) 752-2349

SHCS offers both mental health and medical resources for students regardless of insurance coverage. SHCS Counseling Services is a multiculturally and educationally diverse group of psychologists, social workers, therapists, and doctoral trainees. Mental health providers at SHCS are confidential victim resources and are NOT mandated reporters. However, ALL medical providers in California, including nurses and physicians at SHCS, are mandated reporters for Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. For same day access to a confidential mental health provider, please call (530) 752-2349 to talk with an Advice Nurse and ask to speak with a mental health professional. If you wish to keep the sexual assault private, you may tell the nurse that you need to discuss a serious emotional concern that is highly personal and you wish to discuss your concerns more fully with a mental health professional ONLY. Though the medical providers at SHCS are mandated reporters, they are available to provide the essential assessment and treatment for non-emergency medical care. Every effort is made to help support and protect your safety when reporting.

For more information go to the SHCS website here.

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual (LGBTQIA) Resource Center

(530) 752-2452

The purpose of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexaul Resource Center (LGBTQIARC) is to provide an open, safe, inclusive space and community that is committed to challenging homophobia, biphobia, transphobia and heterosexism. We recognize that this work requires a continued process of understanding and addressing all forms of
oppression. We are committed to this process both in our work and in the structure of the Center itself. The LGBTRC promotes education about all genders and sexualities, as well as space for self-exploration of these identities. The LGBTRC is a dynamic, responsive and collaborative organization that serves UC Davis and the surrounding region by providing a growing spectrum of programs, resources, outreach and advocacy. Inherent in this mission are the values of respect, pride and unity for ALL individuals.

For more information about the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexaul (LGBTQIA) Resource Center, go to their website here.

Women's Resources and Research Center (WRRC)

(530) 752-3372

The WRRC provides the space and resources for women to explore the intersections of their identities and develop themselves as allies, as well as, network for academic and social advancement individually and within our diverse communities.

WRRC spaces, programs, and services are open to all.

For more information about the Women's Resources and Research Center (WRRC), go to their website here.

Harassment & Discrimination Assistance and Prevention Program (HDAPP)

(530) 752-9255

The Harassment & Discrimination Assistance and Prevention Program at UC Davis supports the University's commitment to a discrimination-free work and learning environment by:

  • preventing sexual harassment and discrimination from occurring at UC Davis by educating the campus community about the issues.
  • assisting individuals and campus units to resolve sexual harassment and discrimination conflicts.
  • serving as the central office for reporting and maintaining records of sexual harassment.

To discuss a discrimination or harassment concern, to schedule an educational presentation, or to request materials,  please call (530) 752-9255.

To maintain your privacy and confidentiality, we encourage you to use the Anonymous Call Line to discuss specific concerns related to harassment and discrimination.

A-CALL line: 752-2255 (A-CALL)

For more information about Harassment & Discrimination Assistance and Prevention Program, visit their website here.

Office of Student Support and Judicial Affairs (OSSJA)
Office of Student Support and Judicial Affairs (OSSJA)

(530) 752-1128

The Office of Student Support and Judicial Affairs supports the University's educational purposes and goals and serves the campus by administering a fair and effective disciplinary system, by enforcing student conduct standards, by upholding student rights and by responding to student grievances. OSSJA works with students and faculty to promote academic integrity, ethics, responsible behavior, and student learning in a safe and civil campus environment.

For more information about the Office of Student Support and Judicial Affairs (OSSJA), visit their website here.

ASUCD - Legal Services

(530) 752-1990

ASUCD contracts with an attorney to provide free legal advice to registered undergraduate students at UC Davis.  For your free 15 minute consultation, please come into the ASUCD Student Services Office, Room 345 Memorial Union (3rd Floor) and bring your reg card.  For more information, please contact the ASUCD Student Services Office at 752-1990.

To visit the Associated Students of the University of California, Davis' website go here.

UC Davis Police Department

Emergency: 911 or (530) 752-1230

Business Line: (530) 752-8943

The UC Davis Police Department is proud to serve the UC Davis community as well as our medical center campus located in Sacramento.  We are here to assist and provide security for all who attend, work, and or visit our campuses.

To visit the UC Davis Police Department website, go here.

Health Education and Promotion (HEP)

(530) 752-9652

Enhancing and maintaining wellness is vital for the successful pursuit of your goals at UC Davis and for the rest of your life. Health Education and Promotion (HEP) is a primary resource to help you achieve wellness through student-centered education and creating health-promoting environments. Professional staff and student staff and volunteers focus on issues related to nutrition, physical activity, sexual health, wellness, stress management, alcohol, tobacco and other drugs issues.

For more information about Health Education and Promotion (HEP), visit their website HERE.