Resources

There are many resources available to you on campus and in the surrounding community. 

Confidential Resources

The College encourages all community members to make a prompt report of any incident of sexual harassment, sexual violence, stalking or intimate partner violence to local law enforcement and the College. For individuals who are not prepared to make a report, or who may be unsure what happened, but are still seeking information and support, there are several legally protected confidential resources available. Confidential resources will not share any information with the College or anyone else, unless there is an imminent risk of harm to self or others.

On-Campus Resources

For Students 

Occidental Survivor Advocate Marianne Frapwell
323-259-1359

Oxy 24/7 Confidential Hotline
323-341-4141
Emmons Wellness Center
323-259-2657
Office for Religious & Spiritual Life
323-259-2621
Ordained clergy can provide confidential support.
For Employees

Employee Assistance Program
(800) 854-1446 - English

(800) 858-2147 - Spanish

Provides confidential telephone consultation or face-to-face meeting with master’s level consultant.

Community Resources 

Santa Monica Rape Treatment Center
310-319-4000
24-hour emergency medical care and forensic services

Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN)
1-800-656-4673
A confidential, anonymous national sexual assault hotline

LA Rape and Battering Hotline (Peace Over Violence)
213-626-3393
A confidential 24-hour crisis line

Additional Resources

On-Campus

In addition to the confidential resources listed above, Occidental community members have access to a variety of resources provided by the College. The staff listed below is trained to support individuals affected by sexual harassment or misconduct and to coordinate with the Title IX Coordinator consistent with the College’s commitment to a safe and healthy educational environment. While not bound by confidentiality, these resources will maintain the privacy of an individual’s information within the limited circle of those involved in the Title IX resolution process.

Office of Title IX
Jennifer Broomfield
Title IX Coordinator 
Available on weekdays during regular office hours to coordinate a fair and equitable response to reports of sexual misconduct. 
jbroomfield@oxy.edu
(323) 259-1338

 

Jacalyn Feigelman
Deputy Title IX Coordinator 
Associate Director of Human Resources
Available on weekdays during regular office hours
jacalynf@oxy.edu
(323) 259-2614

Alison Haehnel
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Head Softball Coach
Available on weekdays during regular office hours
haehnel@oxy.edu
(323) 259-2632

Heather Lukes
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Associate Professor, Dept. of Critical Theory and Social Justice
Available on weekdays during regular office hours
lukes@oxy.edu
323-259-2905

Campus Safety
Available as a first option to report an incident of sexual violence or intimate partner violence. Also provides an escort service on campus to any student and can reach the Dean on Duty at any time. Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
323-259-2511 (emergency line), or dial x2511 from any campus phone.
Dean of Students Office/Dean on Duty 

Can provide reasonable accommodations for housing, academic flexibility and stay-away letters. Available on weekdays during regular office hours. Access to Dean on Duty 24-hours-a-day by calling Campus Safety at 323-259-2599.

Dean of Students Office 323-259-2661

Emmons Wellness Center
Provides medical treatment and confidential psychological counseling services.
323-259-2657
Project SAFE (Sexual Assault Free Environment)
A prevention and education support program dedicated to ending sexual violence on campus through resources, advocacy, and educational programming related to issues of sexual violence and intimate partner violence. (323.341.4750)

Community Resources 

Students, faculty and staff may also access resources located in the local community. These organizations can provide crisis intervention services, counseling, medical attention and assistance in dealing with the criminal justice system. All individuals are encouraged to use the resources that are best suited to their needs, whether on or off campus. 

It may be helpful for survivors to have someone who can help them explore their off-campus options and guide them through legal processes; an advocate can provide assistance in this area. Two local resources, Peace Over Violence and the Rape Treatment Center at Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center offer advocacy support.

LAPD
911 (24 hours)
For dispatch,

(877) ASK-LAPD (877-275-5273)

LAPD Northeast Division
3353 North San Fernando Road
Los Angeles, CA 90065
323-344-5701

Occidental is located in Northeast Division.

Peace Over Violence (POV)
POV case managers can provide assistance and support with the medical and criminal legal process as well as accompaniment to hospitals, law enforcement agencies, and court appointments.
1015 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90017
213-626-3393 or 626-793-3385
LA Gay and Lesbian Center
Provides support and advocacy services for LGBT community members.
1625 Schrader Blvd., Los Angeles 90028
323-993-7400

California Women’s Law Center (CWLC)

The CWLC has attorneys available to serve as a resource/advisor to Occidental College complainants, men and women, who are filing Title IX sexual assault/harassment/gender discrimination complaints and going through the Occidental College resolution process. To request assistance contact both Laura Riley (laura.riley@cwlc.org) and Kylie Reynolds (kylie.reynolds@cwlc.org) by e-mail. 

Please note, however, that the College does not endorse or recommend this organization (or their attorneys), and that each organization makes an independent decision about the cases that it will accept and the terms of the representation. 

360 North Sepulveda Blvd., Suite 2070

El Segundo, CA 90245

 

Medical Care

In California, medical providers (but not psychological counselors) are mandated by state law to notify law enforcement if a patient tells personnel s/he has experienced sexual assault. 

Rape Treatment Center at Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center*
Provides comprehensive, free treatment for sexual assault victims, including 24-hour emergency medical care and forensic services, counseling and psychotherapy, advocacy, and accompaniment services.
310-319-4000

San Gabriel Valley Medical Center*
Provides medical treatment and forensic exams; closest facility to campus.
438 W. Las Tunas Dr., San Gabriel 91776
877-209-3049

LA County/USC Medical Center*
Provides medical treatment and forensic exams.
1200 N. State St., Los Angeles 90033
323-226-3961

*LA County-designated Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) Center