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Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Join CARE online throughout April for a month of empowering and informative conversations. Build a culture of consent. Support survivors. End sexual violence. Each week will feature resources and information around different themes: Consent Culture, Healthy Relationships, Stepping in & Helping a Friend, and Supporting Survivors & Self-Care.

 

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ATTEND THESE EVENTS THIS MONTH TO BRING AWARENESS AND HEALING TO SEXUAL VIOLENCE.

 

 


GET THE FACTS

KNOW THE TRUTH ABOUT SEXUAL VIOLENCE.

 

Get the facts – know the truth about sexual violence

 

 

Get the facts – know the truth about sexual violence.

GET HELP. GIVE HELP. SHARE SURVIVOR RESOURCES AND REPORTING OPTIONS.

You are not alone. Learn about survivor resources, rights and confidential spaces.

 


 

CONFIDENTIAL RESOURCES – ON CAMPUS

CAMPUS ADVOCACY, RESOURCES & EDUCATION (CARE)

(951) 827-6225
Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
care.ucr.edu
Providing confidential resources, support, and help to those impacted by sexual violence.

COUNSELING AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES (CAPS)

Veitch Student Center, North Wing
(951) 827-5531 (Counselors are available by phone 24/7.)
counseling.ucr.edu
Providing confidential individual or group therapy options for survivors of sexual violence.

OFFICE OF THE OMBUDS

390 Skye Hall
(951) 827-3213
ombudsperson.ucr.edu
Assisting UCR community members in addressing or resolving disputes/ongoing conflicts (impartial, informal, and independent).

 


 

CONFIDENTIAL RESOURCES – OFF CAMPUS

RIVERSIDE AREA RAPE CRISIS CENTER (RARCC)

1845 Chicago Ave., Suite A, Riverside, CA 92507
24-hour hotline: (951) 686-RAPE (7273) or (866) 686-7273 (toll free)
rarcc.org

ALTERNATIVES TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

24-hour hotline: (951) 683-0829
alternativestodv.org

 

 


 

REPORTING OPTIONS

UC POLICE DEPARTMENT (UCPD)

3500 Canyon Crest Drive
Emergency (Police, Fire, Medical): 911
(951) 827-5222
police.ucr.edu

TITLE IX OFFICE

349 Skye Hall
(951) 827-7070
titleix.ucr.edu

 

DO SOMETHING TO STOP SEXUAL VIOLENCE.

You may find yourself in a situation where you can help prevent sexual violence. Even if you don’t know the person involved, you can still help.

Just remember these three options: 

 

Do Something: Be direct (ask if they need help).

Be direct (ask if they need help).

 

Do Something: Distract (get creative and diffuse the situation).

Distract (get creative and diffuse the situation).

 

Do Something: Delegate (get help from someone else).

Delegate (get help from someone else).

 

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