Campus Assault Resources and Education is a safe place for survivors of sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking to get support, consultation, and to have a confidential place to talk. You can get help without formally reporting an assault or requesting formal treatment. CARE also provides trauma-informed yoga to survivors and awareness and prevention education to the campus community. Custom workshops and trainings are offered on a variety of topics related to sexual violence.
CARE offers confidential services to all currently enrolled students.
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Resource navigation, support, and advocacy for survivors of sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking
To make an appointment with the CARE Advocate, Victoria Molino, call 310-206-2465 or email CAREadvocate@caps.ucla.edu
CARE Advocates are available to support and advocate for UCLA student victims or survivors. They can assist students in finding resources and navigating reporting options. CARE Advocates can also assist students in receiving campus accommodations. You can get help from CARE Advocates without formally reporting an assault.
A Confidential CARE Advocate can provide information on:
- Your rights as a survivor
- Reporting options
- Assistance when navigating the university conduct system and/or the criminal justice system
- Obtaining emergency protective orders, restraining orders or university no contact orders
- Counseling or medical referrals through UCLA or outside community agencies
- Academic accommodations
- Change in living arrangements
- Change in transportation arrangements
- Change in working situation
Counseling for sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking. Counseling is available for all survivors, no matter when an assault occurred. Crisis counseling is also available 24 hours a day on the phone.
To make an appointment call (310) 825-0768 or visit CAPS located in John Wooden Center West.
◾If seeking support through CAPS for Sexual Violence:
◾Option to go through a Brief Screening to assess needs and get connected to support
◾Referral to victim advocate
◾Short-term Counseling and Psychotherapy
◾Psychiatric Consultation & Medication
◾Wellness Skills Groups
◾Referral to Rape Treatment Center
*Students can walk-in during brief screen hours (M-Th, 8am to 4pm, F, 9am to 4pm) or call CAPS during business hours in order to enter the system.
*24-hour crisis counseling is also available by phone
Rape Treatment Center at Santa Monica- UCLA Medical Center
Medical and counseling services for sexual assault survivors available 24 hours a day.
Call (424) 259-6700 or visit www.rapetreatmentcenter.org.
Yoga as Healing for Survivors
The CARE Office believes in all forms of healing and this program will explore reconnection to the self through mind, body, and spirit. The impact that trauma has on the body’s physiology is far-reaching and CARE is committed to providing alternative forms of healing for survivors to support them in various stages of healing. Trauma-informed yoga provides survivors of sexual violence a means of becoming reacquainted with their bodies, helps them become grounded in the present moment, and allows them to explore the benefits of mindfulness.
For an interest form for the winter quarter 8-week yoga as healing series, please e-mail Assistant Director of CARE, Zabie Yamasaki at email@example.com.
CARE Certificate Training Program
This 6-hour violence prevention presentation covers: sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking, key bystander intervention principles to prevent violence, trauma-informed yoga, as well as information on campus and community resources and how to support a survivor. This training is offered to committed student leaders interested in taking a stand against sexual violence in the UCLA community.
Fall quarter training dates: October 13th, 5pm to 9pm and October 20th, 5pm to 9pm
Please click here to RSVP to the training.
Workshops and Trainings
CARE Workshops and Trainings are offered to students, faculty and staff to educate the community about sexual violence prevention and response. See below for a list of workshops and training topics:
• Bruin Support and Safety
• Overview of the CARE Office and Services
• Sexual Violence 101
• How to Support a Survivor of Sexual Violence
• Bystander Intervention
• Healthy Relationships, Communication Skills, & Respect
• Rape Culture, Gender Role Construction, & Victim Blaming
• Men's Role in Speaking out Against Violence
• Yoga as Healing for Survivors
• Neurobiology of Trauma & Tonic Immobility
• Healing Through Art
• Dating and Domestic Violence in LGBTQ Communities
• Student Activism: Know Your Rights, Know Your Resources
• Sexual Violence in Communities of Color
If you are interested in requesting one of the above listed workshops, please email RSVP@caps.ucla.edu.