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Sexual Assault Victim's Advocates

The Sexual Assault Victim's Advocate is a certified rape crisis counselor who is available to provide support services to CSULB students who have been affected by sexual violence or misconduct. The advocate can also assist those who have been affected by stalking, domestic or dating violence by linking students to appropriate resources.

The Advocate can help CSULB students affected by sexual violence through:

Crisis Intervention
Confidential and sensitive consultation to assist in the recovery on behalf of victims/ survivors.

Intervention with other individuals, departments and agencies on behalf of victims/ survivors.

Support during medical exams during university and/or criminal investigations, and/or court appointments.

Information and Referral
Helping survivors know their rights and options and linking them to support services on and off campus.

We pledge to honor survivors who have broken their silence and support victim's who have yet to find their voice.

Did You Know?

Sexual Violence, A Global Issue

Not Alone @ The Beach: Seeking Support & Services


The mission of the Coordinated Community Response Team (CCRT) is to increase student success by providing comprehensive prevention programs and intervention services to survivors of sexual assault in a way that ensures their safety, limits the disruption of their lives, and seeks justice for the parties involved.

The CSULB Women’s and Gender Equity Center (WGEC) received a 2015 grant from the California Office of Emergency Services to provide sexual violence prevention training to targeted student leaders and to provide survivor-centered services on campus

Contact Info

Primary Advocate

  • Phone: (562) 985-2668
  • Location: Student Health Center
  • Office Hours: 8 am - 5 pm, M/T/Th/F, W - 9 am - 5 pm

Additional Confidential sources

Linda Pena, Student Health Center, (562) 985-1732

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) (562) 985-4001

After 5 pm call YWCA-GLA Sexual Assault Crisis Services 24-hour Crisis Hotline (877) 943-5778