Resources

Confidential Support Options

Under California law, communication with some individuals such as mental health professionals or medical personnel are confidential. This means that any information shared by a survivor with a specific individual will not be used against the individual in court or shared with others.

On-campus – Student Health Centers

LACCD Employee Assistance Program

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is available to all LACCD employees and provides free and confidential support and resources. 

Campus Specific Rights and Options

Your Deputy Title IX Coordinators have created flyers for each campus with specific contacts and resources available to those impacted by Title IX concerns.

Tutoring/Academic Resources

Disabled Student Programs & Services (DSPS)

Identity Based Resource Centers/Programs

Community/National

24-hour, bilingual assistance for survivors of sexual and domestic violence

Crisis Hotline (800) 585- 6231

 

Sexual Misconduct

24-hour assistance for sexual assault and domestic violence

(818) 886-0453 or (661) 253-0258


Sexual Assault Crisis Services

24-hour sexual assault crisis line

877-Y-HELPS-U (877-943-5778)


Sexual and domestic violence, stalking, child abuse and youth violence prevention center

Central Los Angeles: 213-626-3393

South Los Angeles: 310-392-8381

West San Gabriel Valley: 626-793-3385


Dating/Domestic Violence

24-hour assistance for sexual assault and domestic violence

(818) 886-0453 or (661) 253-0258

 

Sexual and domestic violence, stalking, child abuse and youth violence prevention center

Central Los Angeles: 213-626-3393

South Los Angeles: 310-392-8381

West San Gabriel Valley: 626-793-3385


 


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