Reporting to the Director or licensed clinician of Counseling and Psychological Services and working with the Title IX Officer, the Campus Survivor Advocate serves as the campus-wide confidential advocate (as outlined in CSU Executive Order 1095 and section 1035.
2 of the California Evidence Code) for survivors of sexual misconduct, dating / domestic violence and stalking; provides emergency and ongoing support services and assistance in order to ensure the well-being and safety of victims / survivors / complainants;
responds pro-actively to safety and emergency issues; use counseling and interview skills and techniques with individuals who have experienced sexual misconduct, dating / domestic violence and / or stalking;
maintains an office which is supportive and confidential for victims / survivors / complainants of sexual misconduct, domestic violence and stalking;
provides crisis intervention and advocacy for students, faculty and staff on a walk-in basis and by appointment; provides appropriate resources and referrals for individual victims / survivors / complainants;
and provides information regarding on and off campus reporting options, including Title IX information and reporting process.
Also, provides educational counseling services to a broad and diverse student population.