New Survivor Services for the online environment
An online forum for survivors that have experienced interpersonal trauma, abuse, and or violence. This is an anonymous place to connect with other survivors; receive guidance from a CAPS psychologist or CARE advocate; share resources, and find community in a virtual way. The forum is being supervised and moderated by trained trauma-informed specialists and is designed so that in times of social distancing and remote learning, no one should feel alone in their healing. Visit Survivors Connect
For Information Contact CARE Prevention Education Coordinator Monique Plummer
UC Santa Barbara Survivors Connect
A student-organized and specialist-led workshop series that introduces various forms of healing and provides a supportive community for survivors. The workshop series is open to all identities and is not centered around participants sharing disclosures. Activities include: yoga and reiki, creative outlets, boundaries work to foster a tight-knit community, communication, and self-reflective skills that will help guide them in their healing journeys. For Information, contact CARE.
Thriving, Not Just Surviving: Support for LGBTQIA Survivors
The RCSGD is excited to be the site of an additional confidential resource for UCSB students, faculty, and staff. Quinn Solis, Associate Director (they.them.theirs) will be serving as Title IX Advocacy Liaison. In this role, Quinn will no longer be a Responsible Employee under the UC Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Policy, which means that students and others can freely disclose their experiences to Quinn, learn about their options, and be connected to various resources across campus. For Information Contact Quinn Rioz.
New Survivor Services
For those who experience sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, & harassment. Sponsored by: Campus Advocacy, Resources & Education (CARE) Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) Resource Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity (RCSGD) UC Santa Barbara Fall 2020.