UCR Referral, Resources and Intervention
The following is a list of campus resources as well as local, regional & national resources for those needing assistance on a range of issues. Please consult the appropriate resource directly or drop by the Women’s Resource Center and our staff can assist in referrals.
CARE Advocate - Campus Advocacy, Resource & Education
386 Surge Building
Anticipates and responds to the needs of students impacted by sexual assault, dating/domestic violence and stalking by providing confidential advocacy and support. Provides immediate, confidential and supportive crisis intervention and advocacy for ALL survivors.
Sexual Violence Prevention & Response
This website provides information and reporting options around sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking and rape.
Assistant Vice Chancellor & Dean of Students and Assistant Deans
Highlander Union Building (HUB) 381
Student advocates and problem solvers who help cut through stress and confusion and working to provide a safe and positive college experience for all UCR students.
Assistant Vice Chancellor, Health & Wellness
Highlander Union Building (HUB) 252
Provide leadership and accountability for the administration, development, assessment and improvement of student health and wellness services for students.
Student Affairs Case Managers
951.827.5000 or 951.827.9354
After hours and holidays: 951.827.8255 for telephone counseling support or to ask for a call back from a UCR Case Manager. Provide support through referrals, linkage, advocacy, problem solving, community resources, support in managing the demands of a UCR student, managing relationships and family demands, meeting academic goals, basic student needs (including housing, food, health care) and making the most of one’s mental and emotional health.
Office of the Ombuds
349 B Surge Building
A safe, confidential, impartial and informal place to discuss a concern or complaint; to identify issues, generate options and/or resolve conflicts; and address questions regarding University policies, procedures, or regulations.
UCR Student Health Services
Veitch Student Center
Provides affordable, convenient, confidential high quality medical care to UCR students. Services include a primary care clinic, in-house medical lab, pharmacy, and x-ray services. Specialty clinics include women’s health, travel, dental, and psychiatric services. The Student Health Center’s Preventative Care Clinic promotes healthy lifestyles through on-campus activities and one-on-one consultations to help you stay well.
Counseling and Psychological Services
Veitch Student Center North Wing
24 hour a day crisis counselor available by phone at 951-827-TALK (8255)
Provides confidential psychological services, free to all registered UCR students. Individual, couple and group counseling sessions are available for students to work on a variety of issues, such as adjustment, relationship problems, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, substance use and abuse, identity development, stress management, and family concerns. Stress management programs include Biofeedback and StressBusters Peer Educators.
Student Special Services
Works to ensure that students with disabilities have equal access to educational programs and can fully participant in all aspects of campus life. Student Special Services also provides Services for Veterans and eligible family members by helping you obtain educational benefits you’ve proudly earned.
Wellness, Empowerment, Life & Learning - HUB 248
Home for all things health and wellness. The WELL promotes health and wellness for UCR undergraduate and graduate students; and works to support student success, both in and out of the classroom.
UC Police Department
3500 Canyon Crest Drive
Work to enhance the quality of life by providing a secure and safe environment through professional service to the University community.
Student Conduct & Academic Integrity
Supports a respectful, safe community by enforcing student conduct policies (both academic and social). Student Conduct and Academic Integrity Programs educates students about their rights, holds them accountable for their responsibilities and supports their ethical growth.
Title IX - Sexual Harassment Office
349 Surge Building
Riverside Area Rape Crisis Center
Riverside County Coalition for Alternatives to Domestic Violence
California Coalition Against Sexual Assault
RAIIN (Rape, Abuse & Incest International Network)
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
National Domestic Violence Hotline
National Sexual Violence Resource Center
National Partnership for Women and Families
V-Day: A Global Movement to End Violence Against Women and Girls