Review My Options Before Deciding About Whether to Report
You have several options for reporting to the University or the police. To assist you with your decision making you can speak to any of the resources listed below. The Confidential Support team is available 24/7 to help you navigate your options.
Confidential Campus Resources for Students
Confidential resources, by law, will keep your identity and information private. They are able to provide for your immediate mental well-being and to discuss your options with you.
CST: Confidential Support Team
CST provides specialized support related to sexual and relationship violence, which can range from a one-time appointment to ongoing counseling. CST team members are available to walk you through your options for responding to sexual violence, and will assist you in getting to a SART exam, and/or making a report to the police or the university.
- Business line: (650) 736-6933
- 24-hour hotline: (650) 725-9955
CAPS: Counseling and Psychological Services
CAPS provides counseling related to general mental health and wellbeing and has counselors with a range of backgrounds and specializations.
- Business line: (650) 498-2336
- 24-hour hotline: (650) 723-3785
Confidential Campus Resource for Faculty and Staff
Faculty Staff Help Center: (650) 723-4577
Confidential Off-Campus Resource for Students, Faculty, and Staff
The YWCA Support Hotline is available 24-hours a day: (800) 572-2782
Additional Campus Resources for Students, Faculty, and Staff
These resources will respect your privacy to the greatest extent possible; however, they are unable to guarantee confidentiality as they are required by law to notify the Title IX Coordinator upon learning of Prohibited Conduct.
Consultation From the SHARE: Education (formerly SARA) or Title IX Offices
Both the SHARE: Education Office or the Title IX Office can answer questions about available resources, Stanford processes, and reporting options. The Title IX Office has a staff member specifically dedicated to meeting with students seeking information about their options. Seeking consultation does not require making a report or initiating a formal process. Both offices can assist with making a police report.
PLEASE NOTE: We strongly encourage you to direct all Title IX concerns to the Title IX Office. Individuals who wish to remain anonymous may contact the Ethics and Compliance Office using their anonymous Helpline (Ethics & Compliance Helpline).
Contact the SHARE: Education Office
- (650) 725-1056
Contact the Title IX Office
- (650) 497-4955