Survivor Advocacy Services



The Survivor Advocate is a resource for survivors. They provide:

  • Emotional and crisis support
  • Assistance & guidance on reporting options (Title IX/Police/Court/Hospitals)
  • Escort to services
  • Referrals to other departments and organizations off campus
  • Obtaining medical attention (rape kit)
  • Safety planning
  • Confidential Support Group

Phone Consultation: 909-869-3102

Our SAS Peer Educators provide

  • Awareness programs all throughout the year
  • Prevention education
  • Alternative Title IX training for students that may be triggered by the content
  • General Information for family/friends of survivors
  • Peer to Peer confidential support

"Our goal is to provide quality mental health services to support your overall health and wellbeing. CAPS provides many services such as workshops, group or individual therapy, wellbeing coaching, crisis intervention, and support to access on- and off-campus resources. We hope that as you navigate through this site, you will be able to learn about the services that are available to our students, and learn about the process of accessing services.

College can be a fun and exciting experience, but it can also present a variety of difficult challenges. Our experienced professional staff is committed to providing you with support so that you can meet your academic, professional, and personal goals. We strive to provide culturally sensitive services that are respectful of your diverse identities. Our staff includes psychologists, marriage and family therapists, and a wellbeing coach. Currently enrolled students are able to utilize services at no additional fee.

We encourage you to become familiar with the information available on this website, and if you have any questions about our services, please feel free to contact us. We are here to help."

-Nancy Robles, LMFT
Director of CAPS

CAPS Website


House of Ruth is dedicated to the prevention of domestic violence and to ensuring the safety and well-being of those impacted by it. The prospect of homelessness for a victim of domestic violence is often the major contributing factor in deciding to remain in a violent relationship. House of Ruth’s emergency shelter provides programs and support for victims and their children, including food, clothing, personal care items, group and individual counseling, legal and social services advocacy, employment assistance, and life-management skills. The shelter is staffed 24-hours a day, 7 days a week.

House of Ruth is a confidential, off-campus resource that provides an array of domestic violence services to the CPP community. House of Ruth will not report to local authorities or CPP personnel. 

(877) 988-5559 • Pomona, CA

Available Services:

  • 24-Hour Hotline 
  • Housing Assistance
  • Legal Advocacy and Temporary Restraining Order Assistance
  • Counseling

Project Sister Family Services' mission is to reduce the trauma and risk of sexual violence and child abuse. By alleviating the traumatic effects of sexual violence and child abuse, Project Sister Family Services helps to end the cycle of family violence that can occur throughout generations by supporting survivors in their healing process. Project Sister Family Services’ prevention education programs empower people of all ages to assess and avoid dangerous situations in hopes of their never having to experience the trauma of sexual assault. 

Project Sister is a confidential, off-campus resource that will not report to local
authorities or CPP personnel. 
(909) 626-4357 • Pomona, CA

Available Services:

  • 24-Hour Hotline
  • Accompaniments
  • Support Groups
  • Counseling
  • Walk-In Clinic


RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) is the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization. RAINN created and operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.HOPE(4673), (Spanish: in partnership with more than 1,000 local sexual assault service providers across the country and operates the DoD Safe Helpline for the Department of Defense. RAINN also carries out programs to prevent sexual violence, help survivors, and ensure that perpetrators are brought to justice.

RAINN also provides an online chat hotline: RAINN Online Hotline

Love is Respect’s purpose is to engage, educate and empower young people to prevent and end abusive relationships.

Highly-trained advocates offer support, information and advocacy to young people who have questions or concerns about their dating relationships. They also provide information and support to concerned friends and family members, teachers, counselors, service providers and members of law enforcement. Free and confidential phone, live chat and texting services are available 24/7.

Chat at
Text LOVEIS to 22522*
Call 1-866-331-9474

One Love's mission is to educate young people about healthy and unhealthy relationships, empowering them to identify and avoid abuse and learn how to love better. One Love provides many resources on healthy and unhealthy relationships on their website: One Love Foundation

MyPlan is an app to help with safety decisions if you, or someone you care about, is experiencing abuse in their intimate relationship.
Tthe app also includes safety measures to keep your information private.

Download the app here: MyPlan App

Suicide Prevention is a web-based resource created by the Jed Foundation to provide students with a non-threatening and supportive link to their college's mental health center as well as important mental health information. Students are able to download information about various mental illnesses, ask questions, make appointments, and seek help anonymously via the Internet. 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides immediate assistance to individuals in suicidal crisis by connecting them to the nearest available suicide prevention and mental health service provider through a toll-free telephone number (24 hours/day, 7 days/week): 800-273-TALK (8255)

Veteran's Crisis Line  Veterans and their loved ones can call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1, chat online, or send a text message to 838255 to receive confidential support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Support for deaf and hard of hearing individuals is available as well.

The Trevor Project. Around-the-clock crisis and suicide prevention helpline for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth.

Trans Lifeline. Trans Lifeline is a national trans-led organization dedicated to improving the quality of trans lives by responding to the critical needs of our community with direct service, material support, advocacy, and education. Our vision is to fight the epidemic of trans suicide and improve overall life-outcomes of trans people by facilitating justice-oriented, collective community aid. 

24 Hour Asian American Suicide Prevention. The 24 hour Asian American Suicide prevention hotline pprovides immediate help to anyone in a crisis or who is at risk for suicide. Several llanguages are available, including: Cantonese, Mandarin, Japanese, Korean, Fujianese.

KiranKiran's mission is to end the cycle of abuse and to serve and empower South Asian victims of domestic violence by providing culturally specific services and comprehensive economic, social and community resources. While they are located in North Carolina, they offer services all over the country.

Go Ask Alice! is a web-based health question-and-answer service produced by Alice!, Columbia University's Health Education Program. Go Ask Alice! provides information to help young people make better decisions concerning their health and well-being. Go Ask Alice! answers questions about relationships, sexuality, emotional health, alcohol and other drugs, and other topics. The addresses of e-mails sent to Go Ask Alice! are electronically scrambled to preserve the senders' confidentiality. Questions are answered by a team of Columbia University health educators and information and research specialists from other health-related organizations.

Printable Resources:

Student Resources & Reporting Options

Student Resource Brochure
Staff Resources Brochure 
Faculty/Staff: How to Respond