This includes excessive emails or other electronic communications conveying threats.It is important to recognize that sexual violence, intimate partner violence, and stalking are NEVER THE VICTIM’S FAULT!It can be found at: more information go to edu/titleix Sacramento State Victim Advocate: 916-278-5850 The advocate can provide emotional support, connect you to needed services, assist with reporting if desired, explain your rights and maintain confidentiality. Never leave a party with someone you don’t know well and trust.• On campus: o Student Health and Counseling Services: (916) 278-6461 • In Sacramento or after hours, go to your local emergency department: o Mercy General Hospital, 4001 J St., Sacramento, CA 95819 o Sutter General Hospital, 2801 L St., Sacramento, CA 95816 o UC Davis Medical Center, 4251 X St., Sacramento, CA 95817 Campus Office of Equal Opportunity: (916) 278-2843 The Title IX Coordinator’s office addresses any issues of sexual harassment involving the campus community, including incidents of sexual violence. Trust your feelings; if it feels wrong, it probably is.These acts are not just wrong; they are criminal and violate campus policy. • Call the campus victim advocate at (916) 278-3799.
You may be a victim of intimate partner violence if you: • Are frightened by your partner’s temper • Have been hit, kicked or shoved by your partner • Think it is your fault when your partner treats you badly or hurts you.Youth Who Are Bullied Based upon Perceptions About Their Sexual Orientation By Jane Riese, LSW Bullying is aggressive behavior that is intentional and that involves an imbalance of power. Bullying can take many forms: physical bullying (hitting or punching), verbal bullying (name-calling, teasing), social or emotional bullying (exclusion, hurtful gestures), or cyber-bullying (negative messages via e-mail or text messaging).Verbal bullying is the most frequent form of bullying experienced by both boys and girls.Bullying Based on Perceptions about Sexual Orientation National Mental Health Association. "Bullying in Schools: Harassment Puts Gay Youth at Risk." This article can be accessed at org/go/information/get-info/children-s-mental- health/bullying-and-gay-youth. Unfortunately, teen dating violence—the type of intimate partner violence that occurs between two young people who are, or who were once in, an intimate relationship—is a serious problem in the United States.Welcome to Do Something.org, a global movement of 5.5 million young people making positive change, online and off!