CONFIDENTIAL HEALTH RESOURCES
Confidential means that what you choose to share is protected by federal and state laws and legally cannot be shared with others without your explicit permission. These resources are also referred to as “non-mandatory reporters.”
CAMPUS ADVOCACY, RESOURCES, AND EDUCATION (CARE)*
+1 (805) 893-4613 http://wgse.sa.ucsb.edu/care/how-we-help/make-an-appointment Provides confidential advocacy and support to students and staff impacted by sexual violence, dating/domestic violence and stalking; they accept both walk-ins and appointments
COUNSELING AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES (CAPS)*
+1 (805) 893-4411 Offers students mental health services such as individual and group counseling in order to promote the overall well-being of UCSB students; they accept both walk-ins and appointments
STANDING TOGETHER TO END SEXUAL ASSAULT (STESA)
+1 (805) 564-3696 http://sbstesa.org/contact/ Provides in-office crisis counseling without an appointment and provides long-term individual counseling and group counseling for survivors who have already begun the process of healing and are interested in exploring their feelings and relationships, and the impact of sexual violence on their lives
ISLA VISTA SURVIVOR RESOURCE CENTER
+1 (805) 564-3696 Provides a safe location in Isla Vista for survivors to meet with Advocates from STESA. To access this resource, call STESA's 24-hour hotline and request to meet an advocate at the Isla Vista Resource Center. The advocate will provide you a meeting time—usually within 30 minutes—and will be able to discuss medical and legal options and provide crisis counseling.
OFFICE OF THE OMBUDS*
+1 (805) 893-3285 Offers confidential consultation services to UCSB members with a campus-related concern and addresses workplace issues, interpersonal conflict, academic concerns, policy questions, and more
*These resources are only available to registered UCSB students and faculty.
LEGAL ACTION AND REPORTING OFFICERS
These resources are mandatory reporters. This means that they are required by law to report instances of sexual violence when they either become aware of them or suspect them.
UCSB TITLE IX OFFICE
+1 (805) 893-2701 https://oeosh.ucsb.edu/titleix/filing.a.report/ Reviews reports of sexual violence made by students and determines whether an official university investigation on the matter will take place; their investigation may follow with a no-contact order and/or an adjudication process by the Office of Judicial Affairs
SBCC TITLE IX OFFICE
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA POLICE DEPT. (UCPD)
+1 (805) 893-3446 https://www.police.ucsb.edu/contact-us/report-crime Equips survivors with knowledge regarding forensic exams, restraining orders and all legal options available; survivors may choose to solely document the instance or may press charges; for more information about reporting options, please refer to the SASA and UCPD-created Generalized Reporting Guidelines for UCPD
ISLA VISTA FOOT PATROL
+1 (805) 681-4179 https://www.sbsheriff.org/home/make-a-report/ Serves to protect the community of Isla Vista and reports to the District Attorney to pursue legal action for offenses that occur in Isla Vista