Safe Place: SF State is in the process of recruiting for our Safe Place Advocate. This is an incredible resource for our community that is a survivor-focused, trauma-informed program that provides free and confidential support services to survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, and sexual harassment. The SAFE Place serves all SF State students, and it strives to foster a safe and welcoming environment for the entire SF State campus. This program is committed to SF State’s core values by addressing sexual violence within the social justice, anti-oppression framework.
As of October 2022, SF State is currently in the middle of a search to hire a permanent SAFE Place Advocate.
If you have questions, please contact the Associate Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students at email@example.com or 415.338.3888
The SAFE Place is a survivor-focused, trauma-informed program that provides FREE and CONFIDENTIAL support services to survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, and sexual harassment (sexual violence) while working with campus partners to end sexual violence. We serve all members of the SFSU community including students, staff, and faculty. The SAFE Place recognizes that sexual violence impacts all people, regardless of race, ethnicity, age, gender, or sexual orientation and strives to foster a safe and welcoming environment. We are committed to addressing sexual violence within the social justice, anti-oppression framework. The SAFE Place helps survivors determine their own healing path by reviewing options for reporting, medical care, mental health care, alternative healing interventions, and empowering survivors to choose the path that feels right for them.
Empowering and supporting survivors through advocacy to end sexual violence
How to make An Appointment:
Currently, there is not a SAFE Place Advocate available.
For confidential counseling support, CAPS counselors are available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. - 4:45 p.m. Please call (415) 338-2208 to schedule an appointment. If you cannot wait for a regularly scheduled appointment, please contact our office. A clinical counselor will meet with you on the first available emergency appointment to do a brief assessment and make recommendations as to how to proceed.
For Advocacy services in the community, reach out to our community partner, SFWAR anytime during the day or after hours (phone: (415) 647- RAPE).
Students can also reach out to SF State University Police for emergency situations (415) 338-2222 and/or the Title IX Office/Equity Programs & Compliance to submit a report.
Title IX/Equity Programs & Compliance