Options If You've Been Sexually Assaulted

The Campus Advocate Team (CAT) is made up of advocates from the North Coast Rape Crisis Team and provides services to anyone who has been affected by sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, stalking, and/or sexual harassment.  CAT does not have any reporting obligations, so everything is completely confidential.  One can receive services from CAT no matter how long ago the abuse happened.

 All services are fee and confidential! 

 

 24-hr hotline (707) 445-2881

    Counseling

    Assistance in securing on-campus accommodations

    Advocacy and accompaniment during their HSU reporting or investigative process

    Advocacy and accompaniment during related medical, law enforcement, or court processes on or off campus

    Information and referrals

 

HSU's Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) also has a 24 hour hotline at (707) 826-3236.

 Sexual violence is a term used to describe many situations including but not limited to rape. Because sexual violence works in conjunction with racism, classism, sexism and homophobia, men, women and trans-identified survivors experience this violence in different ways. Sexual assault is broadly defined as any sexual contact that occurred without knowing and free-will consent.

As a survivor of sexual assault, there are options available to you. This website offers information and provides resources so that you can decide what will be most helpful for your individual process of healing and recovery.