Project SAFE


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Caution: Please be aware that phone, tablet, computer and other device activity may be monitored. It can be safer for victims and survivors to obtain information using a device a perpetrator does not have potential access to. For more information, visit or contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline • 800.799.7233 or 800.787.3224 (TTY).

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For your information: Federal and state laws and CSU/Cal State LA policies prohibit dating and domestic violence, sexual violence, stalking, and other forms of misconduct. This prohibition applies to students, employees, and others; as well as to conduct both on and off-campus. Perpetrators can be subject to campus sanctions such as suspension, expulsion, and employment termination; as well as arrest, criminal prosecution, restitution, and civil justice. Victims and survivors have numerous rights granted by federal and state laws (see Survivors' Rights). Additionally, dating and domestic violence, sexual violence and sexually motivated stalking are also considered to be Title IX violations.


Project SAFE is the Cal State LA Student Health Center, Health Promotion and Education Center's dating violence, domestic violence, sexual violence/misconduct, and stalking awareness and prevention program. This website is one component of Project SAFE's programming. Through it students and employees may find helpful information and resources. Please note: Victims and survivors are encouraged to seek assistance from 24-hour hotlines, law enforcement, and campus officials (e.g., Student Health Center provider, Title IX Coordinator, University Police).

What We Do

Awareness and prevention programming include confidential education sessions, guest lectures, workshops, and information tabling.

Confidential victim and survivor assistance services include:

  • Crisis intervention and education.
  • Assistance notifying law enforcement and/or the Cal State LA Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Title IX Coordinators, if requested.
  • Helping connect campus community members with local survivor support services, if desired.
  • Advocating on students' behalf with campus authorities, upon request.

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Contact Us

Student Health Center Hours and Contact Information

Phone:

  • Appointments: 323.343.3302

  • Counseling and Psychological Services: 323.343.3314

The Student Health Center is open:

  • Monday - Thursday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:45 p.m.
  • Friday 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. & 1-4:45 p.m.

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24-Hour Hotlines and Campus Advocate

Operated by local and national agencies, 24-hour hotlines provide round the clock assistance to survivors of dating and domestic violence, sexual violence and misconduct, and stalking. Crisis intervention counseling; safety planning; evidence preservation recommendations; accompaniment and support for forensic exams and law enforcement and criminal justice interviews; short-term and long-term counseling; support groups; emergency shelter or shelter referrals; legal assistance; referrals; and other advocacy services are available. These center's include the:

Crime Reporting and Victim Safety

Survivors' Rights

Survivors and victims of dating/domestic violence, sexual violence and misconduct, and stalking are granted numerous rights by federal and state laws, including; the right to be treated with fairness and respect; academic, work, housing, and transportation accommodations, if requested and reasonably available; confidential reporting options; being provided with information and resources related to campus policies and procedures; the right to file complaints outside of the University; and other rights.

For information and assistance, please consider contacting one of the resources found below. Please note: Assistance and information is available even when survivors choose not to report the crimes against them to law enforcement or the incidents occur off-campus.

  • East Los Angeles Women's Center: 24-hour hotline - 800.585.6231 | 1255 S. Atlantic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90022

  • Student Health Center provider

Information on a number of victim and survivor rights is available through Survivors' Rights.

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Options After an Incident


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