Support for Faith-Based or Spiritual Communities
This page has a list of resources that offer support services for people in faith-based or spiritual communities 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.
- Muslim Community Center East Bay (Off-Campus Community Resource)
The Muslim Community Center Provision of marriage and therapy sessions with counselors trained in Islamic Holistic Psychology.
Counseling fees payable on a sliding scale.
Call the Khalil Center front desk at (408) 758-0960
- Cameron House Organization for Chinese Identifying Individuals(Off-Campus Community Resource)
- Cameron House is a Christian faith-based organization that supports the Chinese American community in the Bay Area. Through case management, assistance is provided to women and children who are in domestic violence situations. Services include safety planning, emotional support, referrals to shelters and legal services, accompaniment to courts, access to community resources, and a Cantonese Women's Support Group.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Shalom Bayit (off-Campus Community Resource)
- Shalom Bayit provides culturally-based services to survivors of domestic violence in the Jewish community. Services include safety planning and advocacy. Counseling is provided in English and Russian.
Helpline: (866) 742-5667 (SHALOM-7) toll-free within the Bay Area
(510) 845-7233 (SAFE) outside the Bay Area(650) 574-7233 (SAFE) Peninsula office
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.