Additional Resources

The Stanford Department of Public Safety has provided a Suggested Travel Routes Map that also lists the location of all emergency towers and payphones on campus.

For more tips on Safety & Crime Prevention, please visit The Stanford University Safety & Security Report on the Stanford Department of Public Safety website.

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Date Rape Drugs

In all cases, drugs and alcohol, whether considered a "date rape drug" or not, can make someone more vulnerable to sexual violence. Regardless of whether alcohol or drugs were a factor in an assault, the assault is never the victim's fault.

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In an Emergency

In an emergency, dial 911 immediately!

In an emergency, the police are concerned for your safety first! If you or others have been involved in underage drinking or illegal drug use, do not let that preclude you from calling 911 for help! Your safety and well-being is our highest priority.

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Male Rape

In 2002, one in every eight rape victims were male. (RAINN, 2003)

Yes, men can be victimized.

No, it does not mean you are weak.

Rape is NEVER the victim's fault.

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Ten Things Men Can Do to Prevent Gender Violence

  1. Approach gender violence as a MEN'S issue involving men of all ages and socioeconomic, racial and ethnic backgrounds. View men not only as perpetrators or possible offenders, but as empowered bystanders who can confront abusive peers
  2. If a brother, friend, classmate, or teammate is abusing his female partner -- or is disrespectful or abusive to girls and women in general -- don't look the other way. If you feel comfortable doing so, try to talk to him about it. Urge him to seek help.
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Resources for Men

Please Note: In addition to the resources listed on this page, the information and resources listed throughout this website, including counseling, apply to and are available for male survivors and their significant others.

YWCA Sexual Assault Center
(650) 725-9955
Please call for counseling and resources. A male survivor and significant other packet can be sent to you as well as other information.

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Resources

If you need assistance, would like information on how to help a friend, or want to learn more about relationship abuse, please select the appropriate link below:

If You are Being Abused

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Seeking Help

Seeking Help If You or Someone You Know Has Been Sexually Assaulted

Please call (650)725-9955 if you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted.

Click here for more information on how to help a friend.

For additional information and resources, including counseling, on issues of sexual assault, please visit:

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Resources

For more information on sexual harassment, please visit the Sexual Harassment Policy Office at:

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