Student Health Services is available to provide these services. Counseling & Psychological Services is also a campus resource available to provide support.
Call (510) 885-3690 to make an appointment or walk-in Monday through Friday, am - pm and pm - pm.
If you are granted probation as part of your sentence in California, there will be some standard conditions you will need to follow.
For example, you may be ordered to stay in the county unless you have permission from your probation officer.
Herpes is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases.
It is a chronic condition and once infected there is no way to eliminate the virus from the body.
We are also going to see how people who are dating with herpes can prevent transmission between themselves.
If your conviction was for a sex crime, there may be additional probation conditions that you will be expected to observe.
In order to preserve evidence:- Do not wash your hands or face.- Do not shower or bathe.- Do not brush your teeth.- Do not smoke or chew gum.- Do not change clothes.- Do not straighten the area where the assault took place.
Medical attention will be needed for any internal or external injuries and you will be offered treatment to try and prevent sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and pregnancy.
While there’s no way to change what happened to you, you can seek justice by helping to stop it from happening to others by reporting the sexual assault to the police even if you don’t intend to press charges.
If the assault occurred on campus, call University Police at (510) 885-3333.