Services

Services are available to all UC Davis affiliates, including: undergraduate, graduate and professional students, faculty and staff.  All services are provided at both the Davis campus and the Medical Center in Sacramento.

Intervention Services

Immediate, confidential and supportive response to survivors is a priority as is advocating for victims of violence.  Confidential crisis intervention and advocacy is available to recent survivors, as well as to those working to recover from a past incident.  We also provide short term intervention and support to friends, family, housemates and co-workers of the survivor. 

All services are confidential, free and available to any person who needs them regardless of gender, ethnicity, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, nationality, or citizenship status.

Services are available to students - undergraduate, graduate and professional, faculty and staff of UC Davis.

Confidential Services Include:
  • Crisis intervention
  • Advocacy with law enforcement, Student Judicial Affairs, housing and academic assistance
  • Accompaniment to interviews with law enforcement and the District Attorney's office, court, Student Judicial Affairs and Title IX meetings, and the hospital
  • Assistance with restraining orders and Victim Compensation applications
  • Referrals to campus and community services

For more information or to speak with a victim advocate, call (530) 752-3299 or email ucdcare@ucdavis.edu.

Prevention Services

Our prevention activities support the campus community and the UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento by helping to create an environment that encourages awareness of the issues of sexual assault, domestic/dating violence and stalking, and challenging social norms which promote these forms of violence.  We offer workshops, classes, and consultation.  Workshops are available to academic classes, departments, residence halls and other groups.  Workshops are facilitated by professional staff and utilize discussion, role plays, exercises and videos. 

Prevention Programs Include:
  • Sexual Assault, Domestic/Dating Violence, or Stalking Dynamics
  • Consent and Sexual Communication
  • Greeks Against Sexual Assault (GASA) Class
  • Porn and Popcorn: A Discussion on Sexualized Violence
  • Healthy Relationships Bingo

Specialized workshops are available.

Professional Trainings

To provide appropriate supportive response to survivors of violence, training is provided to university staff and faculty, as well as community professionals, that address overview and basics of sexual assault, domestic/dating violence and/or stalking, legal updates, university policies, victimology, strategies for intervention, etc.  Participants are trained to deal sensitively and effectively with persons affected by an assault.

For more information or to schedule a workshop or professional training, contact us at ucdcare@ucdavis.edu.