Support for Parents and/or Children
This page has a list of resources that offer support services for children and their caretakers who have experienced sexual assault, sexual harassment, relationship violence, stalking, or sexual exploitation.
A confidential survivor support agency or hotline, such as the campus PATH to Care Center can also help you get connected to support. For urgent 24/7 confidential support, call the Care Line at 510-643-2005.
- East Bay Agency for Children (Off-Campus Community Resource)
- East Bay Agency for Children (EBAC) offers programs to help children, youth, and families recover from trauma; build upon existing resilience to protect against long-term harm from past or future exposure to adversity; and when possible, prevent exposure to adverse childhood experiences. EBAC has service programs including two counseling programs; a therapeutic nursery school; five Family Resource Centers; a health and wellness center, and grief support, afterschool, and youth empowerment programs.
- Edgewood (Off-Campus Community Resource)
- Edgewood supports youth and their families through a variety of behavioral programs, including prevention and early intervention services and community-based, day, and residential treatment
- La Familia Counseling Service - Alameda County (Off-Campus Community Resource)
- Outpatient mental health, community services, developmental services, education, recovery and wellness programs. They are committed to building a vibrant and multicultural agency to provide services that meet the needs of the individuals and families in the community.
- Main office phone: 510-881-5921
- Hively (Off-Campus Community Resource)
- Hively, based in San Leandro, provides wrap-around services to family/children.
Please note that svsh.berkeley.edu lists resources for the purpose of helping people who have been impacted by SVSH know their options for resources. The listing of any resource not affiliated with the University of California on this website does not constitute an endorsement of any resource by the UC. The University of California is not responsible for the services of an external resource.