Sexual Harassment

Welcome to the Women's Center Online Resource Guide!

On Campus

Counseling & Psychological Services
831 459-2628
http://www2.ucsc.edu/counsel/
Student Health Center, East Wing-Second Floor
Open M-F 8-5
Same day drop-in appointment for EMERGENCY only. Individual, couple counseling. Behavioral health clinic. Call to schedule appointments.

SHOP - Student Health Outreach & Promotion
831 459-3772
http://healthcenter.ucsc.edu/shop/sexual-health.shtml
Student Health Center, East Wing- First Floor
SHOP offers information, education, resources and support on issues such as Alcohol and other Drug Use, Sexually Transmitted Infections, Rape Crisis Counseling, and Sexual Health, Holistic Health and Stress Management. All UCSC students are welcome and encouraged to drop in and speak with SHOP's trained staff.

Title IX/Sexual Harassment Office:
831 459-2462
Kerr Hall, Room 119
E-mail: rew@ucsc.edu
www2.ucsc.edu/title9-sh/
The Title IX/Sexual Harassment Officer provides information, consultations, and complaint resolution in all areas of sex discrimination, including sexual assault and sexual harassment.

UCSC Police
831 459-2231
Emergency: 911
H Barn
www2.ucsc.edu/police/
Available 24-hours. Female and male officers with training in sexual assault and relationship violence issues.

Off Campus

Women's Crisis Support/Defensa De Mujeres
Information: 831 477-4244
Crisis Hotline: 831 658-3737
Crisis intervention, support, advocacy, and counseling for women experiencing domestic violence, sexual assault, or chemical dependency. Also, confidential shelter for battered women and their children, temporary restraining order assistance, and court accompaniment.

Walnut Avenue Women's Center
831 426-3062
Domestic Violence Resource Hotline: 1-866-MY-ALLY
303 Walnut Avenue. Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Open M-F 9-5
Resource center for women and their families; support services for battered women; low-cost childcare; food bank; clothing closet, breast cancer support; and various support groups and classes. UCSC interns welcome.