Resources


 

Learn Where to Get Support

 


PATH to Care Center
(510) 642-1988

Affirming, empowering, and confidential support for those that​ have​ experience​s​ gendered violence, including​:​ sexual harassment, dating and intimate partner violence, sexual assault, stalking, and sexual exploitation. Advocates bring a non-judgmental, ​caring approach ​to exploring all options, rights, and resources.​​​ 


University Health Services (Tang Center)
2222 Bancroft Way

For Students:

  • Advice Nurse: (510) 643-7197 
    Available 8AM - 4:30PM, M-F
    For questions and consultation
  • Urgent Medical Care: (510) 642-3188
    For students not seeking to preserve evidence. For evidence collection, arrangements will be made for student to be seen at a local facility with a Sexual Assault Response Team.
  • After Hours: (855) 817-5667 
    For after-hours on-campus emergency coverage for sexual assault, suicide, or other trauma. 
  • Social Services: (510) 642-6074
    M - F, 8 am - 12 pm and 1 pm - 5pm
    Confidential survivor counseling, advocacy, & assistance

For Faculty and Staff:

  • CARE Services for Faculty and Staff: (510) 643-7754
    Provides faculty and staff free, confidential consultation regarding sexual harassment and violence and resource referrals.
  • Urgent Medical Care: (510) 642-6074

Available for faculty and staff if the sexual harassment, assault, or violence occurred on campus or is work-related.

  • Occupational Health Clinic: (510) 642-6891

Office for Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination
(510) 643-7985

Responds to complaints of sex discrimination or harassment for the campus and provides complaint resolution, referral and education on sexual harassment, including sexual assault.


UC Police Department (UCPD)
1 Sproul Hall

  • Emergency Only: 911
  • From a cell phone, for emergencies on or near campus, call UCPD Emergency: (510) 642-3333. 
  • Non-emergency: (510) 642-6760

    Provides emergency assistance and crisis intervention for survivors; protection; transportation for evidence collection and medical care; nighttime campus escort service; and safety consultation.


Gender Equity Resource Center
(510) 643-5727

ambrosia@berkeley.edu

Provides an entry point to access resources and/or report incidents of sexual, relationship, and hate violence.


Student Advocate’s Office
(510) 642-6912

114B Hearst Gym, help@berkeleysao.org, 10am-5pm, M-F

A service of the ASUC, Berkeley’s student government, the Student Advocate’s Office has a staff of volunteers committed to providing the best support and advocacy to students involved in alleged violations of misconduct.


Center for Student Conduct
(510) 643-9069

205 Sproul Hall 

This office investigates conduct violations and assists students who report assaults by other Cal students. The conduct process is used to determine if a student engaged in behavior that violates the Code of Student Conduct.


Ombudsperson for Students and Postdoctoral Appointees
(510) 642-5754

The Ombuds Office for Students and Postdoctoral Appointees provides an informal dispute resolution process in which the Ombudsperson advocates for fairness, justice, respect for differences, and reasonable solutions to student and postdoctoral issues and concerns. The Ombudsperson will listen, help you come up with next steps, and discuss other resources that might be helpful.  The office is strictly confidential and no one will know you have spoken with us unless you permit it.


Staff Ombuds Office
(510) 642-7823
 
The Staff Ombuds Office provides strictly confidential, impartial and informal conflict resolution and problem-solving services for all staff, non-senate academics, and faculty who perform management functions.  If you don’t know where to turn, the Staff Ombuds Office is a safe place to talk confidentially off-the-record about your experience, think through next steps, and get information about the support and reporting resources available to help.

Student Legal Services
(510) 664-7487
 
The Attorney for Students advises currently registered Cal students regarding their legal questions, rights, and obligations.  Student Legal Services provides counsel and guidance only, and does not represent or advocate for individual students with regard to their potential legal claims or disputes.  

Highland Hospital Emergency
(510) 437-4559

1411 E. 31 Street, Oakland


Bay Area Women Against Rape

(510) 845-7273

24-hr hotline staffed by trained counselors. Accompanies survivors to police dept, hospitals & courts.


Rape and Incest National Network

1-800-656-HOPE


National Sexual Violence Resource Center

717-909-0710
877-739-3895 (Toll Free)

 

 

 


University Health Services offers students after-hours emergency consultation with a counselor 
and crisis resource referrals by calling (855) 817-5667.