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The San Diego Community College District is committed to a safe and equitable learning environment for all students and employees. It does not discriminate on the basis of sex or gender in its educational programs and employment. Any incident, including sex discrimination or harassment, but not limited to, sexual assault including rape, dating violence, domestic violence or stalking committed on district property, or at a district sponsored event or activity, should be reported to the Title IX Coordinator immediately.
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SPEAK aims to unite and inspire the San Diego Community College District in cultivating a community free of violence. SPEAK provides violence prevention education and offers free and confidential services for those who have experienced sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking.
If you or someone you know has experienced sexual violence or intimate partner violence, contact the Campus Advocacy Coordinator, Nicole Teran, at firstname.lastname@example.org for resources and assistance. Nicole is a confidential resource and any details relating to your incident will not be reported to the District without your consent.
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A message sent on behalf of the SDCCD Sexual Assault Prevention Advocate:
- Where in your home do you feel most safe? In stressful moments, try going to the place where you feel most safe. You can also bring something that comforts you, like headphones to listen to music or a soft blanket.
- When things get intense, how do you safely distract yourself or avoid the situation? It’s never your job to intervene if adults are fighting, and it’s never your fault.
- Who can you call or text if you feel unsafe? Even while social distancing, we can still talk with the people we trust. It’s okay to ask for emotional support or help with planning and responding to unsafe situations.
- What steps would you need to take to safely leave your home? You might be able to practice these steps by taking a short walk. While walking, you can think about how to leave your home safely in an emergency, and try to identify where you could go if you had to leave quickly.
- Is it possible to stay with another family member or friend during the next few weeks? Although we want to limit the number of people we interact with, it’s okay to stay inside with people other than your immediate family if needed.
- How safe do you feel at home? Your safety is the most important. If you are in danger, please call the CCS hotline at 1-888-385-4657. If there is an emergency, call your trusted emergency responder.