Resources

On-Campus Resources

(Applicable to the Thousand Oaks, Woodland Hills, Oxnard, and Westlake Campuses)

For official notification to the University which will result in a report and investigation:

  • Jim McHugh, Title IX Coordinator (for general assistance and official notification to the University):(805) 493-3684, mchugh@callutheran.edu
  • Christine Paul, Deputy Title IX Coordinator (for general assistance and official notification to the University): (805) 493-3546, clpaul@callutheran.edu, Room 102 Resident Life Office
  • Residence Life and Student Conduct (to file a report, change living accommodations, and official notification to the University): (805) 493-3220
  • Vice President of Student Affairs/Dean of Students (for options regarding changing living, working, and academic accommodations and official notification to the University): (805) 493-3553
  • Campus Safety (for immediate emergency response and official notification to the University): (805) 493-3911

For confidential counseling, support, and advocacy (no official notification to the University):

  • Student Counseling Services (for confidential counseling and emotional support): (805) 493-3727
  • Campus Ministries (for confidential emotional and spiritual support): (805) 493-3228
  • Health Services (for confidential consultation and assistance): (805) 493-3225

Health Services may be required to report to local law enforcement (pursuant to CA Penal Code 11160) if you are being treated for a physical injury caused by assaultive or abusive conduct.  Health Services is NOT required to report this information to the university.

Other on-campus resources:

  • Multicultural and International Programs (for assistance with visa and immigration status): 805-493-3023
  • Office of Financial Aid (for assistance with financial aid status): 805-493-3115

Off-Campus Resources

(Applicable to the Thousand Oaks, Woodland Hills, Oxnard, and Westlake Campuses)

  • Call 211 (24 hour Information and Referral Helpline).
  • Coalition for Family Harmony (805) 656-1111. Located in Oxnard. For individual counseling, family counseling, women’s support groups (also offered in Spanish), and referrals to other services. Interface Sexual Assault Treatment Services (1-800-339-9597). The clinic provides callers with a counselor who can make medical references and can provide free short-term counseling.
  • Ventura County Mental Health Crisis Team (805-652-6727). This team offers counseling to callers and a service that can meet a caller at an emergency room or safe harbor. Short term counseling can be provided.
  • Los Robles Hospital (805) 497-2727, 215 W. Janss Rd. Thousand Oaks, California 91360. If you have been sexually assaulted and you go to the Los Robles Emergency Room, they will require police involvement before conducting a preliminary examination and referring you to a clinic in Simi Valley to have a full medical examination and to collect forensic evidence for legal purposes. POLICE INVOLVEMENT IS MANDATORY.
  • Kaiser Permanente (818) 719-2000, 5601 De Soto Ave. Woodland Hills, California 91365. POLICE INVOLVEMENT IS MANDATORY.
  • Santa Monica Rape Treatment Center (310) 319-4000 1250 Sixteenth Street Santa Monica, California 90404. This center will provide the survivor with a treatment exam to collect forensic evidence for legal purposes (in the event that he/she chooses to prosecute) and will test for pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases. Santa Monica Rape Treatment Center is a mandated reporter. A mandated reporter is a person or an agency that must notify the police that they are treating a rape victim. However, it is entirely the victim’s choice as to whether or not they want to communicate with the police in further detail. POLICE INVOLVMENT IS OPTIONAL.
  • Strength United (661) 253-0258. Located in Santa Clarita and Van Nuys. For individual counseling and referral to other services. POLICE INVOLVMENT IS OPTIONAL.
  • LA County Department of Mental Health (800) 854-7771. For information and referrals on mental health and crisis services.
  • CATS Center (818-908-8630). This is a confidential location in the city of Van Nuys that will provide the survivor with a treatment exam to collect forensic evidence for legal purposes (in the event that he/she chooses to prosecute) and will test for pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases. CATS is a mandated reporter. A mandated reporter is a person or an agency that must notify the police that they are treating a rape victim. However, it is entirely the victim’s choice as to whether or not they want to communicate with the police in further detail. POLICE INVOLVMENT IS OPTIONAL.
  • Ventura County District Attorney’s Office (for legal assistance) (805) 654-3622 800 S. Victoria Ave. Suite 314 Ventura, California 93009.

Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary Campus Resources (PLTS)

  • Christopher Evans, Deputy Title IX Coordinator, Director of Formation and Student Life, Associate Dean for Student Formation (for general assistance and official notification to the University and visa and immigration assistance): (510) 559-2737, cevans@plts.edu
  • Alta Bates Summit Medical Center, 2450 Ashby Avenue, Berkeley: (510) 204-4444 POLICE INVOLVEMENT IS MANDATORY.
  • University of California at Berkeley Health Services, 2222 Bancroft Way, Berkeley: (510) 642-2000 POLICE INVOLVEMENT IS MANDATORY.
  • Bay Area Women Against Rape, 470 27th St., Oakland: (510) 845-7273 POLICE INVOLVMENT IS OPTIONAL.
  • Highland Hospital, Highland Sexual Assault Response Team, 1411 E. 31st St. Oakland: (510) 534-9290 or (510) 437-4019 POLICE INVOLVMENT IS OPTIONAL.
  • Denise Morita, Director of Financial Aid (for assistance with financial aid status) (510) 649-2459, Graduate Theological Union, dmorita@gtu.edu
  • Alameda County District Attorney’s Office (for legal assistance) (805) 272-6222 1225 Fallon Street, Suite 900 Oakland, CA 94612, info@alcoda.org

For confidential counseling, support, and advocacy (no official notification to the University):

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