• Print

Get help - care and support resources for victims

Survivors of sexual assault are not alone. There are many resources available both on- and off-campus to assist anyone suffering a trauma.

Whether you're seeking information on how to help a friend or for yourself, we encourage you to contact one of the on- or off-campus organizations listed here. These resources offer trained professionals who are available to guide you through the reporting process, seek medical attention, or find ongoing counseling and support. Medical providers are mandated to inform police if a patient tells personnel he/she has experienced sexual assault. However, a survivor has the right to request a victim advocate and not pursue a criminal charge at that time.

STOCKTON:

Reporting to law enforcement: *Denotes confidential resources
  • Department of Public Safety (University Police) – 209.946.3911 (24-hour access) Non-Emergency 209.946.2537
  • Stockton Police Department – 209.937.8377 or 911 emergency
  • Student Victim Advocate can assist you when you are reporting to the police – 209.403.0250

Immediate medical treatment:

  • San Joaquin General Hospital, 500 West Hospital Road, French Camp, CA 95231 – 209.468.6000

For assistance, a victim may also contact:

  • Department of Public Safety (University Police) - 209.946.3911
  • *  Pacific’s Student Victim Advocate, Mary Ann Pearson: mpearson1@pacific.edu – 209.403.0250
  • *  Counseling and Psychological Services – 209.946.2315 x2
  • *  San Joaquin County Women's Center -Youth and Family Services – 209.465.4997
  • Pacific Women’s Resource Center – 209.932.2815
  • Pacific Chaplain’s Office – 209.946.2538
  • Residence Director On-Call – 209.401.9854
  • Pacific Health Services – 209.946.2315 x1
  • Student Conduct and Community Standards – 209.946.2177 – Heather Dunn Carlton (c) 916.203.8379
  • Title IX Coordinator, Andrea Goldblum: agoldblum@pacific.edu - 209.946.7770  or 1.888.383.2765 (toll-free)
  • San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office, Victim-Witness Program – 209.468.2400

SACRAMENTO:

Reporting to law enforcement: *Denotes confidential resources

  • Public Safety – 916.739.7200 (24-hour access)
  • Sacramento Police Department
    • Emergencies- Crimes in Progress – 911 or 916.732.0100
    • Non-Emergency Dispatch – 916.264.5471

Immediate medical treatment:

  • UC Davis Medical Center, 2315 Stockton Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95817 – 916.734.2011
  • Sutter Memorial Hospital, 5151 F St, Sacramento, CA 95819 – 916.454.3333

For assistance, a victim may also contact:

  • Public Safety – 916.739.7200
  • *  Pacific’s Student Victim Advocate, Mary Ann Pearson: mpearson1@pacific.edu – 209.403.0250
  • *  Counseling and Psychological Services – 209.946.2315 x2
  • *  WEAVE 24 Hour Crisis Line – 916.920.2952
  • *  My Sister’s House 24 Hour Crisis Line – 916.428.3271
  • Pacific Health Services – 209.946.2315 x1
  • Deputy Title IX Coordinator, Sacramento Campus: Elisa Levy: elevy@pacific.edu– 916.739.7343
  • Title IX Coordinator, Andrea Goldblum: agoldblum@pacific.edu - 209.946.7770  or 1.888.383.2765 (toll-free)

SAN FRANCISCO:

Reporting to law enforcement: *Denotes confidential resources
  • Campus Security Emergencies - Campus – x56411 or External Phones – 415.929.6411
  • Campus Security Non-Urgent - Security dispatch – x56456 or External Phones – 415.929.6456
  • San Francisco Police/Fire Department -Emergency number – 911 or Cell Phones – 415.553.8090

Immediate medical treatment:

  • San Francisco General Hospital Emergency Room – 1001 Potrero Avenue #107, San Francisco, CA 94110
    415.206.8000 (24-Hour Rape Treatment Center)

For assistance, a victim may also contact:

  • Department of Public Safety (University Police) – 209.946.3911
  • *  Pacific’s Student Victim Advocate- Mary Ann Pearson: mpearson1@pacific.edu – 209.403.0250
  • *  Counseling and Psychological Services – 209.946.2315 x2
  • *  San Francisco Women Against Rape Crisis Hotline – 415.647.RAPE (415.647.7273)
  • San Francisco District Attorney’s Victim/Witness Resources – 850 Bryant Street, Room 320, San Francisco, CA 94103 – 415.553.9044
  • Pacific Health Services – 209.946.2315 x1
  • Deputy Title IX Coordinator, San Francisco Campus: Kara Bell: kbell@pacific.edu – 415.929.6454
  • Title IX Coordinator, Andrea Goldblum: agoldblum@pacific.edu - 209.946.7770  or 1.888.383.2765 (toll-free)