Resources for Victims of Sexual Violence
If you or someone you know has been raped, sexually assaulted, or experienced any form of sexual violence (dating violence, stalking, or harassment, etc.), this website contains resources that can help choose the best course of action.
Find information for victims of sexual assault including:
- Police/Legal Resources
- Medical Resources
- Counseling Resources
- Community Resources
- Title IX Resources
- Additional Campus Resources
- How to help a friend who has been raped
- Legal definitions of rape and sexual assault
- Facts and common myths
- SDSU events related to sexual violence prevention
SDSU Counseling & Psychological Services
Counseling & Psychological Services are available to students, staff, and faculty at no cost. Staff consists of professionally trained and licensed counselors, psychologists. and clinical social workers. Counselors are available for consultations at 619-594-5220.
Title IX protects students, educators and school employees against all forms of sex or gender discrimination, including: sexual harassment, dating and domestic violence, other forms of sexual misconduct, stalking and retaliation.
The Title IX website houses information on:
- CSU executive orders, rights, and options
- Filing a complaint
- Confidential Reporting
- Criminal Reporting
- Faculty and Staff Complaint Process
- Student Complaint Process
- Resources for both students, faculty, and staff
Center for Community Solutions
Center for Community Solutions is San Diego county’s rape crisis center.
The website features information on:
- Getting Help
- Domestic Violence Victim Advocacy
- Sexual Assault Victim Advocacy
- Emergency and Long-term Shelter
- Education and Outreach
The PRICE Campaign
The PRICE (Preventing Rape by Intoxication through Community Education) Campaign is a collaboration between several San Diego community services, universities, and organizations aimed at educating that community about rape by intoxication.
- San Diego Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) (Health and Human Services Agency) consists of experienced professionals in various disciplines that have also received sexual assault response training and coordinate their experience to assist victims during the investigation of sexual assaults.
- SDSU Title IX- Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness
- Sexual Violence Prevention
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Reach out for help. Highly trained expert advocates are available 24/7 to talk confidentially with anyone experiencing domestic or sexual violence, seeking resources or information, or questioning unhealthy aspects of their relationship.