If you are in immediate danger, call 911 (or 9-911 from a campus phone).
If you are injured or want immediate medical treatment, go directly to the nearest hospital emergency room (which may not provide SART exams).
If you are considering a Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) exam (i.e., "rape kit"), go directly to the Stanford Hospital Emergency Department or Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Emergency Department.
Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Resource Guide: This guide outlines resources available for students who have been directly impacted as well as those supporting others who have been impacted by sexual harassment, sexual violence, relationship violence, stalking, and/or gender discrimination. The pdf version contains definitions of key terms and contact information for easy access.
WE ARE HERE TO HELP
If you have experienced sexual and/or relationship violence, stalking, sexual harassment, and/or gender-based discrimination, there are a variety of resources available to assist you. You should give thoughtful consideration to the options that will best suit your needs both immediately and in the long term. It is normal to feel confused, overwhelmed, and even resentful of having to make decisions under these difficult circumstances. It may seem like you have lost control over your life and that it may never be restored. By utilizing the resources that you already have (coping skills, determination, trusted support persons) and the network of support that exists both on and off campus, you can strengthen your sense of hope and empowerment.
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