Resources

On-campus resources

USC Center for Women & Men, which is the home of the Sexual Assault Resource Center

  • The Center for Women & Men offers confidential 24-hour crisis counseling during business hours at (213) 740-4900.
  • The Center for Women & Men and the Sexual Assault Resource Center are one and the same.
  • For crisis help after hours, call the on-call counselor at (213) 321-3982.
  • The Center can help you get an avoidance of contact letter, or file in court for an order of protection (commonly called a restraining order), which can be particularly important in cases of domestic violence, intimate partner violence, or stalking.
  • The Center offers victim advocacy, as well as help in learning about options for changing a student’s academic, living or transportation conditions.
  • For information for staff and faculty on changing work conditions, contact the Office of the Title IX Coordinator at titleix.usc.edu.

USC Department of Public Safety (DPS)

USC Engemann Student Health Center

USC Office of Equity and Diversity (includes Title IX compliance)

  • University Park Campus
    (213) 740-5086
  • Health Sciences Campus
    (323) 442-2020

Off-campus resources

Rape Treatment Center at Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center
The Rape Treatment Center is nationally recognized for its comprehensive, free treatment for sexual assault victims, including 24-hour emergency medical care. Victim advocacy services available. The Rape Treatment Center offers 24-hour help at (310) 319-4000.

Sex Assault Center within the VIP Urgent Care Center at the LAC+USC Medical Center
2010 Zonal Avenue, Los Angeles (Health Sciences Campus). Victim advocacy services available. Includes 24-hour care. (323) 226-3961.

Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)

Peace Over Violence
Peace Over Violence is a nonprofit 501c3, multicultural, community based and volunteer centered organization that offers as 24-hour rape hotline at (213) 626-3393.

 

Legal resources

The Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles as well as the State Bar of California can provide you with resources to help you find an attorney. The Legal Aid Foundation also has free domestic violence clinics, where family law attorneys can provide immediate legal assistance to low-income individuals.

The university does not offer attorney services, but the Center for Women and Men can assist victims with filing in court for an order of protection.

Here’s Help

Flowchart, Title IX cases against students

Flowchart, Title IX cases against staff or faculty