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CAMPUS SUPPORT OPTIONS

SURVIVOR ADVOCATE SERVICES

http://www.cpp.edu/~healthcounseling/survivor_advocacy/sa-services.shtml 

Student Counseling Services - Building 66, 909-869-3102    

Provides confidential crisis intervention services for survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking. Services provided to CPP students, staff and faculty by a certified victim advocate. CONFIDENTIALITY: The advocate will not report to law enforcement or campus authorities.

 

STUDENT HEALTH AND COUNSELING SERVICES 

http://www.cpp.edu/~healthcounseling/index.shtml

Medical Services, Building 46, 909-869-4000       

Provides students with affordable, accessible and student-centered health care; personal counseling; and wellness services so you can receive the care and assistance you may need. Services are available to all enrolled Cal Poly Pomona students. Most services are covered by the health fee. CONFIDENTIALITY: Medical providers are obligated to report any known incident of abuse to law enforcement.

Counseling Services, Building 66-116, 909-869-3220 (also includes after-hours support) Students can speak with a professional counselor one-on-one to start the healing process after having experienced violence. CONFIDENTIALITY: The counselors will not report to law enforcement or campus authorities.

WOMEN'S RESOURCE CENTER

Mother's Room

Building 95, Room 401, 8:00am-5:00pm. It’s available to all nursing students, staff and faculty Cal Poly Pomona, upon registering with the Women’s Resource Center. For more information abou the Mother's Room, click here.

OFF-CAMPUS SUPPORT RESOURCES

PROJECT SISTER FAMILY SERVICES

www.projectsister.org

Pomona, CA 24-hour Hotline: 909-626-4357

Crisis services are offered to women, men and children of all ages who have been sexually assaulted or abused and to their non-offending family members. Services include counseling, support groups, hospital accompaniment, access to rape kit exams and referrals. CONFIDENTIALITY:  Counselors will not report to campus authorities or law enforcement.