Berkeley Lab & UC Berkeley Resources
Leticia Ericson, Title VII and Title IX Officer
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)/ Affirmative Action (AA) Office
1 Cyclotron Road, MS 90P-0101, Berkeley, CA 94720-8076
Email: [email protected]
|Emergency Dial||7-911 or 9-911|
|LBNL Hotline (non-emergency)||800-403-4744|
|CARE Services (Employee Assistance Program)||510-643-7754|
|Employee/Labor Relations (ELR) Department||510-486-6749|
|Human Resources Centers (Contact List)||510-486-7950|
- Information on Reporting Violations
- 2019 Lab Hotline Poster
- Employee Assistance Program – a confidential supportive resource
University of CA Police Department (UCPD): 510-642-6760 (non-emergency line)
- The emergency telephone numbers are 911 (from any campus or hardline phone), or 510-642-3333 (from mobile phones).
- UCPD assists survivors in getting medical treatment and reporting. It will investigate any criminal acts and seek prosecution if the sexual assault or battery occurred on campus or University property. If the assault did not occur within UCPD jurisdiction, it will assist by contacting the appropriate agency.
- Tang Center Sexual Assault Resources
- Medical Services: Call Urgent Care Clinic (8am-6pm M-F, 9am-4pm, Sat)
- Services include treatment for injuries and testing for pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases. Staff will also coordinate with local hospitals for evidence collection, if requested by the survivor.
- 24-hour advice line, 510-642-3188.
- After Hours Assistance: (510) 643-7197
- Counseling Services: 510-642-6074.
- Confidential counseling is provided as well information and support on criminal and civil procedures, safety issues, housing and academic concerns, and other campus and community resources.
- Prevention and Education Services: Call Health Promotion, 510-642-7202.
Oakland – shelter for battered women
510 536-7233 24-hour hotline
510 845-7273 Sexual Assault Hotline
510 437-4557 Emergency Room
Asian Women’s Shelter – 415 751-0880
San Francisco shelter open Monday – Friday, 9-5
Line forwarded to Woman, Inc when closed
Bay Area Women Against Rape – 510-845-RAPE (7273)
24-hr hotline staffed by trained counselors. Advocates accompany survivors to police dept, hospitals & courts. Offers short term counseling and support groups, and referrals for long-term counseling.
Communities United Against Violence – 415-333-HELP (4357)
24-hr hotline for emotional support, safety planning, and service referrals. Works to build the power of Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Questioning communities to transform violence & oppression.
Family Violence Law Center – 510-208-0255
Offers legal help, community and support, including Domestic Violence advocates at City of Berkeley and Oakland Police Departments.
Alameda County Family Justice Center – 510- 267-8800
Under one roof, ACFJC provides crisis intervention, survivor support and advocacy, legal assistance, medical care and mental health counseling, employment assistance, information on community services, and law enforcement investigation/prosecution.
Battered Women’s Alternative – 888 215-5555
Concord/Contra Costa County
Community Violence Solutions – (800) 670-7273
Community Violence Solutions provides support services to child and adult victims of sexual assault and their families.
Ruby’s Place – Hotline: (888) 339-SAFE (7233)
Ruby’s Place is a non-profit agency in Hayward, California that has provided shelter and supportive services since 1972 for families and individuals experiencing domestic violence and human trafficking. Ruby’s Place was the first incorporated Domestic Violence shelter in the state of California and we have the only adult men’s human trafficking shelter in the United States.
The mission of the Department of Fair Employment and Housing is to protect Californians from employment, housing and public accommodation discrimination, and hate violence.
Family Support Services Talk Line – 415 441-5437
San Francisco – shelter services
415 503-0500 Monday – Friday, 9-5
877 503-1850 24-hour hotline
877 923-0700 Teen Crisis line
English: 415 924-6616 women’s 24-hour hotline
Spanish: 415 924-3456 24-hour hotline
415 924-1070 men’s hotline
Men Overcoming Violence
Monday – Friday, 10-5
San Francisco – serves heterosexual,
transgender, bisexual & lesbian women
415 864-4722 24-hour hotline & shelter referrals
510 547-4663 or
510 658-7231 – 24-hour hotline
San Francisco – shelter services
425 255-0165 24-hour Crisis line
(Shelter Against Violent Environments)
San Leandro Shelter for South Asian women
510 794-6055 24-hour hotline
Fremont – shelter for women & children- 510 357-0390
415 647-RAPE (7273)
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is responsible for enforcing federal laws that make it illegal to discriminate against a job applicant or an employee because of the person’s race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age (40 or older), disability or genetic information. It is also illegal to discriminate against a person because the person complained about discrimination, filed a charge of discrimination, or participated in an employment discrimination investigation or lawsuit. 800-669-4000
Through investigations, voluntary dispute resolution, enforcement, technical assistance, policy development and information services, OCR will protect the civil rights of all individuals who are subject to discrimination in health and human services programs and protect the health information privacy rights of consumers.
- http://www.ci.berkeley.ca.us/publichealth/domesticviolence/dv.html (Berkeley)
GMDVP works with victims and survivors of domestic violence, raises awareness about domestic violence in the LGBT community and advocates for policy reform to ensure LGBT victims of domestic violence have equal access to government-funded resources.
The Northwest Network increases our communities’ ability to support the self-determination and safety of bisexual, transgendered, lesbian, and gay survivors of abuse through education, organizing and advocacy.
The Network/La Red was formed to address battering in lesbian, bisexual women’s, and transgender communities through the formation of a community-based multi-cultural organization and community organizing, education, and the provision of support services.