Community Prevention & Response Efforts

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There are many opportunities for UC Berkeley students and employees to get involved in sexual violence and sexual harassment prevention at UC Berkeley.

For tips on helping someone who has experienced harm related to sexual violence, and/or to how to be an active, prosocial bystander/upstander, visit the Ways to Help Someone and Be an Active Bystander page.

To learn about workshops and consultations offered on campus, visit the Workshops and Consultations page. 

To find units offering opportunities to get involved in sexual violence and sexual harassment prevention and response, visit the Ways to Get Involved page. 

Quick Links

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For emergencies, call 911.

Helping someone else

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

Contact the confidential PATH to Care Center.

Reporting to UC Berkeley

Contact the Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination.