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If you have experienced sexual violence, sexual harassment, sex discrimination, or other Title IX-related prohibited behavior, resources are available to you. Please see the Full List of Campus & Community Resources for more information.
Confidential Campus Resources
The offices/UC employees listed below are designated Confidential Resources. Information about incidents of sexual violence, sexual harassment, sex-based harassment, and other prohibited behavior (as defined by the UC SVSH Policy) that these offices/UC employees receive in their confidential capacity is kept confidential and will not be shared without the permission of the impacted party.* These resources are not Responsible Employees and are not required to report or share any information with the Title IX Office. Information shared with Confidential Resources does not put the University "on notice", and without additional action by the impacted party, discussions with members of these offices/UC employees will not result in any Title IX Office response.
- Campus Advocacy, Resources & Education (CARE)
- Office of the Ombuds
- Licensed counselors in student counseling centers and in employee assistance programs
- Any persons with a professional license requiring confidentiality (including health center employees but excluding campus legal counsel), or someone who is supervised by such a person
- Pastoral counselors (persons associated with a religious order or denomination, who are recognized by that religious order or denomination as someone who provides confidential counseling)
*Please note that while the Confidential Resources listed above are not required to report to the Title IX Office about reports of sexual violence, sexual harassment, sex-based harassment, and other prohibited behavior, they may have other mandatory reporting obligations under UC CANRA (Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act) Policy, the Clery Act as a Campus Security Authority (CSA), and other policies or laws that require reporting to campus or local law enforcement, or Child Protective Services.
Other Campus & UC Resources