For students, a confidential CARE Advocate can explain your options in detail and answer questions, so you can make the decision that's right for you. Talking to the CARE Advocate doesn't constitute filing an official report about sexual violence. The details of your experience won't be shared with anyone without your permission. Confidential advocacy and consultations can be reached by calling:
Victoria Molino, CARE Advocate (310) 206-2465 during office hours (Weekdays 8-5)
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) can be reached 24 hours daily at (310) 825-0768
For faculty members, other academic appointees, and staff employees, contact the Staff and Faculty Counseling Center (310) 794-0245 for confidential counseling and help, and information about where to go to file a report. Faculty may also contact the Academic Personnel Office regarding their academic rights.
If you choose to file a formal report
The chart below shows reporting options and what to expect. Retaliation against a person who brings a complaint of sexual harassment or sexual violence, or someone who participates in an investigation or resolution of a complaint such as a witness, is strictly prohibited under UC policy. The university will respond to reports of retaliation and may take separate disciplinary action.