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      You are NOT alone. You are NEVER to Blame. There is help available.


Confidential Advocacy Services

  • Provides confidential support, resources and referral services.
  • Advocates and supports students, staff, and faculty who have been impacted by violence.
  • Promotes education and outreach efforts to increase awareness of sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and stalking.

Fresno State’s Violence Prevention and Advocacy Services recognizes that survivors are experts in their own lives and we will respond according to the interests and needs of the victim/survivor.

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Fresno State's Commitment

Fresno State is committed to creating and maintaining a safe learning, living, and working environment where sexual violence, relationship violence, stalking and harassment are impermissible and healthy, respectful behavior represents the campus norm. At Fresno State, primary prevention is our highest goal when addressing sexual violence, relationship violence, and stalking. When sexual assault and/or relationship violence does occur, however, we are dedicated to responding in a timely and sensitive manner through the provision of internal and external support resources via campus and community systems.


Fresno State’s Confidential Advocacy Services Program is committed to the following Goals:

  1. Educate Fresno State’s campus community about sexual assault, relationship violence, sexual harassment, and stalking in order to raise awareness and promote a nonviolent campus community from a primary prevention approach.
  2. Through collaboration and partnerships, strengthen and provide services for survivors and their friends and family.
  3. To support the rights of survivors of sexual violence through coordination and promotion of effective administrative, legal, and medical responses, including the University's policies and procedures that address these issues.
  4. Ensure the inclusion of a wide diversity of people as staff, volunteers and constituents; and be culturally accessible to all groups in our work.
  5. Collaborate with campus organizations and community agencies to develop, communicate, and implement strategies to prevent and eradicate sexual assault, relationship violence, sexual harassment, and stalking in the Fresno State community.
  6. To promote data collection and research efforts in order to best target policy and service initiatives and actively participate in the broader academic venue.

Contact Info: Survivor Advocate: 559.278.6796, press #1