If you are in immediate danger, call 911

Your safety is important. Are you in a safe place? If you’re not feeling safe, consider reaching out to someone you trust for support. If you are in immediate danger or seriously injured, call 911.

Your health is important. Are you injured? Take care of your health by getting a free Forensic Exam (see below) and/or accessing other medical services for STI and pregnancy prevention.

Your mental health is important. Consider talking to an Advocate, counselor, or a trusted friend for support and to think through your options.

Consider reporting. Preserve any evidence. Avoid showering, brushing, bathing or douching; if possible, avoid eating or drinking water if you intend upon having a Forensic Exam to collect evidence. 

Support Services

If you are interested in seeking supportive services, refer to your options below.

On-Campus:

Brooke Jacks – Campus Advocate
(805) 796-4844
brooke.jacks@csuci.edu
campusadvocate@csuci.edu
Available for appointments:
TUESDAY 9:00am – 4:00pm
WEDNESDAY 9:00am – 4:00pm
THURSDAY 9:00am – 3:00pm

CSUCI Counseling and Psychological Services
(805) 437-2088
caps@csuci.edu
Bell Tower East 1867
CAPS provides crisis intervention, individual therapy, couples therapy, group therapy, 24/7 phone counseling, psychiatric consultation, and relaxation room services.

Off-Campus:

The Coalition for Family Harmony Rape Crisis Center
(805) 982-6014
24-hour bilingual hotline (800) 300-2181
1030 N. Ventura Road
Oxnard, CA 93030

National Sexual Assault Hotline
(800) 656-HOPE (4673)

Medical Services

After a sexual assault, you may wish to seek medical attention to treat any possible injuries and to check for injuries you may not be able to see.

For basic medical treatment:

CSUCI Student Health Services
(805) 437-8828
Yuba Hall
Provides basic medical treatment and follow-up care for registered students, but does not provide Sexual Assault or Domestic Violence Forensic exams. Offers emergency contraception, screening for sexually transmitted diseases, and pregnancy testing. 

Please note: medical providers in California are mandated to report sexual violence to law enforcement. If you need medical treatment but do not want law enforcement involved, be mindful of what you disclose. For more information, call the 24-hour hotline at (805) 620-4676 and ask to speak to an Advocate.  

For a Sexual Assault Forensic Exam:

If you report to law enforcement, you may qualify for a free forensic exam to have evidence collected from your body. If you wish to have evidence collected without involving law enforcement, contact the 24-hour hotline at (805) 620-4676 to discuss your options. Forensic exams can generally take place up to 5 days after an assault has occurred.  

Reporting Options

If you would like to discuss your reporting options or learn more about the reporting process, contact Counseling & Psychological Services at (805) 437-2088.

Reporting to law enforcement: 

Call 911:
If you are in immediate danger, dial 911. Help will come to you, wherever you are. 

Contact University Police:
If the alleged assault occurred on or around CSUCI's campus, including housing, the CSUCI police can be reached at (805) 437-8444.

Contact local the local police department:
If the assault occurred in a different location, contact the police department in the city in which the assault occurred or dial 911.

Reporting to CSU Channel Islands:

Whether or not you decide to report to law enforcement, CSU Channel Islands encourages you to report any incidents to the University. This allows the University to ensure your safety and the safety of other students.

To make a report or find out more, contact the Title IX Coordinator:

Lindero Hall 2752
titleix@csuci.edu


You may also fill out the Title IX & Inclusion Reporting Form. The Title IX Coordinator will follow up with you.

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