SF State & Local Community Resource Information

Title IX Resources

Myths and Facts about Sexual Misconduct - Executive Order 1095 Attachment B, Revised June 23, 2015

Rights and Options for Victims of Sexual Misconduct/Sexual Assault, Dating and Domestic Violence and Stalking - Executive Order 1095 Attachment C, Revised August 14, 2020

CSU Systemwide Sanctioning Guidance for Student Sexual Misconduct, Dating and Domestic Violence, Stalking, and Sexual Harassment - March 2021

Agreement between the San Francisco State University Police Department, San Francisco Police Department, San Francisco District Attorney's Office and San Francisco Department of Public Health regarding Sexual Assaults, Other Violent Crimes, and the Kristin Smart Safety Act - Assembly Bill 1433 - executed August 23, 2021


SAFE Place Support Program

The SAFE Place is a survivor-focused, trauma-informed program that provides all members of the the SFSU community. SAFE offers free and confidential services to survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, and sexual harassment (sexual violence) while working with campus partners to end sexual violence.  Our SAFE Place Manager is Nour Loren. For more information, please email dos@sfsu.edu

Resource Handout

Various resources available to SF State Students

On and Off Campus Mental Health Resources

Legal Services

Below is a partial list of legal services available to you. SF State does not endorse or attest to the quality of the services provided. SF State is not a lawyer referral service, cannot not give legal advice, or direct you to a specific attorney. The decision whether to retain an attorney is yours alone and based on your own judgment and evaluation. You are solely responsible for making a selection of an attorney or other services and determining whether the information obtained is suitable for your purposes.

The Bar Association of San Francisco | Justice & Diversity Center | Pro Bono Legal Services Programs

Bay Area Legal Aid (including Domestic Violence Prevention Project)

Obtaining a Restraining Order or Temporary Restraining Order

U.S. Department of Education, regional office

Office for Civil Rights
50 Beale Street, Suite 7200
San Francisco, CA 94105
(415) 486-5555
TDD (877) 521-2172

U.S. Department of Education, national office

Office for Civil Rights
(800) 872-5327
Know Your Rights: Title IX Prohibits Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence Where You Go to School