Title IX

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Resources

On-Campus Resources

Tanya Healy, Title IX Coordinator
Administration Suite #114
Ground Floor, Chan Shun Hall
(707) 965-6226
titleix@puc.edu

Academic Accommodations and Supportive Measures

On-Campus Confidential Resources

Confidential Resources are designated offices that offer a confidential space to provide support and discuss options.

Counseling Center
(707) 965-6226
(707) 965-6789 (after hours)

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Health Services
West Hall
(707) 965-6339
(707) 965-6789 (after hours)

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Chaplain Kent Rufo
Chaplain's Office
(707) 965-7190

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Other On-campus Resources

It is your right to have an advisor (an individual available to support you) present with you for all meetings with the Title IX Office and Title IX proceedings.  The Title IX Office maintains a pool of trained process advisors from which you may choose, or you may choose a non-trained advisor from outside the pool, if preferred, or proceed without an advisor.  Your advisor may be a friend, mentor, family members, attorney, or any other supporter you choose; however, having a support person is not mandatory.  In the event a report goes to an investigation, your support person cannot also serve as a witness. 

Trained Advisors

The following trained advisors of the Title IX Office are available to provide support, act as process advisors, and take intake reports on behalf of the Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Coordinator.

Jean Buller

Jean Buller

Professor of Education

Jaymie de la Torre

Jaymie de la Torre

Instructor of Fine Art

Denise Lee-Haye

Denise Lee-Haye

Professor of Chemistry

Chan Shun Hall 350
(707) 965-7599
daleehaye@puc.edu

Holly Jeske

Holly Jeske

Wellness Coordinator

West Hall Annex
(707) 965-6330
jeske@puc.edu

Off-Campus Resources

Often in abusive situations that include stalking or domestic violence, phone, email, or online connections may be monitored and direct communication regarding the abuse may place one in danger.  In the list below, resources that have safety exit buttons are indicated with Personal Safety Alert messages and instructions.  

Napa NEWSNapa County's free and confidential intimate partner violence and sexual abuse services. Services are available in English and Spanish.
(707) 255.NEWS (6397)
1141 Pear Tree Lane, Suite 220
Napa, CA  94558
www.NapaNEWS.org
Personal Safety Alert:  If you view the NapaNEWS site and need to get away quickly to an unrelated site, click the red ESCAPE button in the upper right corner of that webpage and you will be redirected.

Napa County District Attorney's Office Victim Services Division:  Free and confidential specially trained advocates are available to assess needs and wants, explain the criminal justice system and one's rights in the process, and provide advocacy.  Services are available in English and Spanish. 
(707) 299-1414
1127 First Street, Suite C
Napa, CA  94559
www.countyofnapa.org/da/victimservices

Online Resources and Hotlines

Often in abusive situations that include stalking or domestic violence, phone, email, or online connections may be monitored and direct communication regarding the abuse may place one in danger. In the list below, resources that have safety exit buttons are indicated with Personal Safety Alert messages and instructions.

1 in 6:  For male survivors of sexual assault. Includes scheduled online support groups facilitated by a counselor.
www.1in6.org/helpline

Department of Defense Safe Helpline:  Resources for members of the Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, National Guard, and Navy.
(877) 995-5247
(202) 540-5962
https://safehelpline.org
Support Group ChatroomSafe HelpRoom is a group chat service that allows survivors of sexual assault in the military to connect with and support one another in a moderated and secure online environment.  Discussions are moderated. 
SafeHelpRoom.org

Cyber Civil Rights Initiative:  Support related to non-consensual pornography, recorded sexual assault, and sextortion.
(844) 878-2274
www.cybercivilrights.org/victim-services

Love is Respect: Free and confidential service for survivors of intimate partner violence.
(866) 311-9474
www.loveisrespect.org 24-hour live chat service
Text LOVEIS to 22522 for text service
Personal Safety Alert: Users of web browser Microsoft Edge will be redirected to Google when clicking the "X" or "Escape" button.

National Domestic Violence Hotline:  Free and confidential service for survivors of intimate partner violence.  Staffed 24 hours a day by trained counselors who can provide crisis assistance and information about shelters, legal advocacy, health care centers, and counseling.
(800) 799-SAFE (7233)
(800) 787-3224 (TDD) 
(866) 311-9474
www.loveisrespect.org
Personal Safety Alert: If you need to exit the website in a hurry, hit the ESCAPE key twice or click the icon in the bottom right. Users of web browser Microsoft Edge will be redirected to Google if they hit the "X" or "Escape" button.

National Sexual Assault Hotline: Free and confidential service for survivors of sexual assault.
(800)-656-4673
www.hotline.rainn.org/online 24-hour live chat service

The Network La Red:  Free and confidential support for LGBTQIA survivors of intimate partner violence.
(800) 832-1901
www.tnlr.org/en/24-hour-hotline/

Trans Lifeline:  Peer support services for trans people in crisis or in need of someone to listen.
(877) 565-8860
www.translifeline.org/hotline