SAS offers support to survivors of sexual abuse, dating/domestic abuse and stalking. SAS Peer Advocates and Professional Survivor Advocate offers a confidential, supportive, and nonjudgmental atmosphere where survivors are encouraged to make their own decisions to address their own situation.
Bronco Bookstore, Building 66
Who We Are
Survivor Advocate Services (SAS) Coordinator
Our Professional Survivor Advocate serves our entire CPP campus community (including staff and faculty) and any individual that may identify as a survivor/victim. Our SAS Coordinator provides an array of confidential support, including but not limited to, emotional & crisis support, academic advocacy, service referrals, and assistance and guidance in navigating through reporting, campus housing relocation, safety planning, etc.
Naomi M. Chu, LMSW
SAS Peer Educators
Our campus SAS PEs provide on-going training to various Cal Poly Pomona Organizations and our community as a whole on consistent accurate information about violence prevention, healthy/unhealthy relationship, sexual abuse/assault, stalking, and any related topics.
Meet our SAS Peer Educator, Samantha R. Chaffino
- Senior in Kinesiology with an Emphasis in Health Promotion
- Campus Involvement: President of V-Team, Secretary of Student Interest Council, Member of Hermanas Unidas, Mexican American Student Association.
Favorite Quote: "I am not afraid of storms for I am learning to sail my ship." - Louisa May Alcott
Meet our SAS Peer Educator, Lorenzo Alvarado
- Senior in Gender, Ethnic, and Multicultural Studies with an emphasis in Women’s Studies.
- Campus Involvement: Men Against Violence, Asian American and Pacific Islander Initiative, and Barkada
Favorite Quote: “Honesty and openness is always the foundation of insightful dialogue.” – Bell Hooks
Meet our SAS Peer Educator, Jocelyn Lopez
- Senior in Architecture
- Campus Involvement: American Institute of Architecture Students
Favorite Quote: "Pursue some path, however narrow or crooked, in which you can walk with love and reverence." - Henry David Thoreau