UC Berkeley is committed to preventing and addressing sexual violence & sexual harassment (SVSH)

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As the campus and community take action to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and daily life is disrupted, campus offices are working to continue operations to the extent possible. Certain services are being offered remotely. Contact the service providers listed on this website for more information.

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For all emergencies, call 911.

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Urgent 24/7 Support Care Line: 510-643-2005

Confidential support for harm related to sexual violence.

Reporting to UC Berkeley

Reporting to the Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination (OPHD).

This new website, created by the Coordinated Community Review Team, is intended as a place to start for navigating key information about support services and reporting options, your responsibilities as a part of the community, the steps the campus is taking to prevent and respond to SVSH, and how you can get involved. This website replaces svshadvisor.berkeley.edu.

"SVSH" expands to sexual violence and sexual harassment, and is an umbrella term which includes any conduct prohibited by the UC Policy on SVSH, including relationship violence, stalking, and invasion of privacy.