Sexual Assault Prevention & Education
The Sexual Assault Prevention & Education program at SHOP provides confidential support, information, and resource referrals to survivors of sexual violence.
The mission of Sexual Assault Prevention is to promote the compassionate and just treatment of student survivors, their support system, and significant others, foster collaborative relationships between campus and community agencies and affect attitudinal and behavioral changes on campus as we work toward the elimination of sexual violence against all people.
We strive to provide empathic, supportive services to students who have experienced sexual assault. Knowing that some students will prefer to seek services outside of the UCSC campus, SHOP works closely to provide easy access to off-campus resources as well.
If you have any questions about SHOP’s Sexual Violence Prevention Program, please contact:Caitlin Stinneford
Sexual Violence Prevention Educator, Certified Rape Crisis Counselor
If you need immediate resources for a sexual assault crisis, domestic violence, stalking or sexual harassment please contact:
|All Police Departments, including UCSC||911|
Confidential conversation with a State Certified Crisis Counselor call:
Stephanie Milton, UCSC Women's Center
Women's Crisis Support/Defensa de Mujeres
24 Hour Crisis Line:
(831) 459-2169 or (831) 459-2072
|UCSC Counseling & Psychological Services
(includes after-hours instructions)
|Title IX Sexual Harassment Office||(831) 459-2462|
|Survivors Healing Center (off-campus)
(For issues of childhood sexual abuse)
|Community Service Officers||(831) 459-2100|
All of the above resources are queer-friendly
Additional queer resources are:
Male Survivor Issues and Resources