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Survivor Advocacy & Support

The Wellness Center offers confidential survivor advocacy to SCU students who have been impacted by sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking, and gender discrimination. We are dedicated to providing a safer, compassionate, and non-judgmental space for students to explore their options, rights and resources. 

Confidentiality:

All staff members in the Wellness Center are designated as confidential, which means any information disclosed to them will not be revealed to anyone, including TItle IX or law enforcement, without the student’s written permission.

How We Help:

Confidential Advocates are here to listen, support, and empower survivors by providing a safe space for students to learn about their options and determine the course of action that best fits their needs. We may assist students in the following areas:

 

Meeting with a Confidential Advocate:

The goal of our initial meeting is to discuss the student’s concerns and explore what support options best fit their current needs. When meeting with a Confidential Advocate, the student may share as much or as little as they feel comfortable. Meetings are typically scheduled for 60 minutes, however, students are not required to use the full time if it does not feel needed. Students may request follow up appointments at any time for ongoing support or check-ins.

Make an Appointment:

Advocacy appointments will be available in-person and via Zoom for the Fall 2021 quarter. To schedule a non-urgent appointment with a Confidential Advocate, you can:

  • Directly contact Bree, Confidential Survivor Advocate

  • Complete this online appointment request form

  • Walk into the Wellness Center (852 Market Street) during office hours (Monday-Friday, 10am-2pm)

If you need support immediately or outside of regular office hours, please call:

 

Additional Information & Resources: 

For more information on the University reporting process, please visit the Title IX website at www.scu.edu/title-ix 

For additional information on violence education and prevention, please visit the Wellness Center website at www.scu.edu/wellness/violence-prevention