Sexual violence & harassment

If you have experienced sexual violence, please know it was not your fault and you are not alone. There are resources to support you. The following resources are available to anyone who needs them, including staff, faculty, and other academic appointees, postdocs, and students.

Confidential support and consultation

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The PATH to Care Center

The PATH to Care Center is the dedicated campus office offering confidential advocacy and healing services for anyone who has been impacted directly or indirectly by sexual violence or sexual harassment (SVSH).

For urgent 24/7 support, please call the Care Line at 510-643-2005. To schedule an appointment or ask general questions, please call the office at 510-642-1988 or email sends e-mail).

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Addressing Campus SVSH Website

For additional information and resources, including counseling and off-campus organizations, please visit

Reporting and consultation

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Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination (OPHD)

To report SVSH to UC Berkeley, please contact the OPHD (the campus Title IX office) in any of the following ways: 

Submit a report using the online webform


Call 510-643-7985

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University of California Police Department (UCPD)

To report to law enforcement, please contact the UCPDIn an emergency, please dial 911 or UCPD's 24-hour emergency alternate telephone line: 510-642-3333. For non-emergency reporting, please call UCPD's 24-hour non-emergency telephone line at 510-642-6760.

When reporting is required

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Reporting Obligations Quick Guide

UC employees may have certain obligations to report what you learn about incidents of violence, abuse, neglect, discrimination and harassment, or other conduct that could be a violation of the law and/or University policy. 

Respondent services

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Respondent Services Coordinators

Respondent Services Coordinators are available for students, staff, and faculty to provide resources, information, and referrals. They are not advocates.