Assault Prevention Resources
If you or someone you know experiences violence, you’re not alone. Help is available.
These resources can be viewed digitally and printed at home or on campus. SU faculty, staff, and students may also request printed copies of the resources listed in this section.
Safety Plan- College Student Guide
This guide provides information on how you can take action to keep yourself as safe as possible in an unhealthy/abusive relationship. It should not replace consultation with a trained professional.
Power & Control Wheel & Healthy Relationships Wheel
This handout identifies ways in which an individual can experience an unhealthy/abusive relationship in college.
Not sure if you have all the correct information regarding sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, and stalking? Visit the online resources below to help raise your AWAREness!
- Rape Abuse Incest National Network (RAINN)
- National Sexual Violence Resource Center
- Men Can Stop Rape
Sexual Awareness Resources and Contacts
Wellness Center Suite 208, Owen Center
- Counseling Center (530) 226-4106
- Health Center (530) 226-4178
Title IX Coordinator Suite 206, Owen Center
- Administrator and Investigator (530) 226-4108
Student Conduct Office Suite 206, Owen Center
- Administrator and Investigator (530) 226-4708
Campus Safety Suite 106, Owen Center
- Safety Officer (530) 941-7592
Other Campus Resources
- Student Development Offices, Suite 206, Owen Center
- Dean of Students (530) 226-4108
- Student Conduct (530) 226-4708
- Campus Pastor (530) 226-4978
- Director of Student Engagement (530) 226-4700
- FYE and Connection Groups
- Director (530) 226-4945
- Title IX Deputies
- For Employees (530) 226-4104
- For Administration and Faculty (530) 226-4108
- For Student Behavior (530) 226-4708
- For Athletics (530) 226-4731
- For Prevention and Training (530) 226-4154
Community Sexual Violence Service
- “One Safe Place” 1670 Market St. 3rd Floor Redding, CA
- Executive Director (530) 224-0118
- 24/7 Hotline (530) 244-0117
Other Community Resources
- Redding Police Department (RPD) 1313 California St. Redding CA. (530) 225-4200
- Shasta County D.A. Office 1355 West St. Redding CA. (530) 245-6300
- Mental Health Services 2650 Breslauer Way, Redding CA. (530) 225-5252
- Sheriff’s Office 1525 Court St. Redding, CA. (530) 245-6165
- IN AN EMERGENCY, CALL 911
National and Regional Resources
Center for Disease Control: Sexual Violence
- The CDC’s page on sexual violence. This page includes how the CDC addresses sexual violence, links to other organizations, and a link to the full report on sexual violence published in 2010.
- Men Can Stop Rape seeks to mobilize men to use their strength for creating cultures free from violence, especially men’s violence against women. its mission is to mobilize men to use their strength for creating cultures free from violence, especially men's violence against women.
National Center for Victims of Crime (NCVC)
- The National Center for Victims of Crime helps victims of crime rebuild their lives. Find additional resources and links on this website.
National Domestic Violence Hotline
- 1(800) 799-SAFE
- The National Domestic Violence Hotline creates access by providing 24-hour support through advocacy, safety planning, resources, and hope for everyone affected by domestic violence.
National Sexual Violence Recourse Center (NSVRC)
- Founded by the PCAR, the National Sexual Violence Resource Center is a national information and resource hub relating to all aspects of sexual violence.
Office For Victims of Crime (OVC)
- OVC is dedicated to continuously improving the national response to crime victims by identifying emerging needs and gaps in existing services, enhancing the skills and abilities of service providers to better meet these needs, and promoting greater public awareness of the issues that victims face.
- PreventConnect, the national online project of the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault, strives to advance the primary prevention of sexual assault and relationship violence by building a community of practice among people who are engaged in such efforts.
- RAINN (Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network): Follow this link to the nation’s largest anti-sexual assault organization website.
- The Stalking Resource Center has a wealth of resources to share with you. You can take an interactive quiz; download videos, fact sheets, guides, posters, artwork for buttons and magnets, events ideas, media tools to build your knowledge; and start planning your outreach for National Stalking Awareness Month.
WebMD’s Article on Sexual Assault
- This article, written by the doctors at WebMD, explains what to do medically when a sexual assault occurs. It also explains the different types of sexual assault, and why reporting is beneficial.
- This site provides information regarding legal rights for victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.