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What is Project Safe ?

Project Safe is a program of prevention and intervention activities, including support and advocacy, to reduce the incidence of sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking on the CSULB campus.

This is a collaborative coordinated program of the CSULB Women's Resource Center, Interval House Domestic Violence Services and the YWCA GLA Sexual Assault Crisis Services - together with other campus and community organizations, including the CSULB Student Health Center/Health Resource Center, University Police, Counseling and Psychological Services, and the Office of the Dean of Students

The mission is realized by:

TELLING PEOPLE about the different kinds of violence and how they affect you and your friends and families - raising awareness of the issues.

SUPPORTING students in exploring your own experiences, and feeling safe about doing so.

MAINTAINING an information 'bank' and making materials available, including online links to both resources and information.

FOSTERING an attitude of zero tolerance and zero indifference toward all forms of violence on campus and in the community.

PRESENTING educational programs to classes, organizations and departments on campus.

Why This Website?

This website has been designed so you will have reliable resources and accurate information for making informed decisions about your safety and well-being. And...

  1. To PROVIDE you (and your friends and family) with tools for understanding and dealing with sexual violence, including sexual assault, rape, relationship violence and stalking - whether by a friend, acquaintance, date, spouse, partner or stranger.
  2. To INTRODUCE you to the network of university and community services available, and let you know what to expect when you contact them either in person or by phone.
  3. To REASSURE you that you will be listened to, believed, respected and assisted by everyone listed should you ever need information or help in any of these areas - for yourself or for someone you know.
  4. To let you KNOW that Project Safe partners also provide direct services for survivors of sexual or domestic violence and stalking.

CSULB is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to excellence through diversity, and takes pride in its multicultural environment.