A Note About Confidentiality
In determining which resources to access, it is important to consider the related issues of confidentiality and privacy. Those terms sound similar, but they mean somewhat different things. Confidentiality means information will generally not be shared with anyone, except in very rare cases when sharing the information would prevent serious harm to others or the reporter. Privacy means any information you provide will only be shared with a small number of people on a need-to-know basis.
Most Cabrillo employees can promise privacy, but not confidentiality, because they are legally required to share information that they learn about incidents of sexual misconduct and gender-based harassment with the Title IX Coordinator. Only confidential counselors in Student Health Services can promise true confidentiality. Cabrillo students and employees may also seek help from any of the confidential community resources listed below.
Please keep in mind, the Title IX Coordinator will treat any information recieved with the utmost discretion and sensitivity. Please feel free to contact the Title IX Coordinator to discuss the distinction between confidential and non-confidential resources and to find the appropriate resource for you. During such conversation, you are free to share as much or as little about your own experience as you feel comfortable.
Student Health Services can provide confidential mental and physical health services including personal counseling, first aid, birth control, emergency contraceptives (morning-after pill), pregnancy tests and STI (sexually transmitted infection) testing.
Phone: (831) 479-6435
Monarch Services offers 24-hour access to free, confidential, bilingual support for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Monarch Services also provides crisis counseling and emergency shelter.
24-Hour Bilingual Crisis line: 1-888-900-4232
The Walnut Avenue Family and Women's Center offers 24-hour access to free, confidential, bilingual support for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. The center also provides one-on-one peer advocacy and legal advocacy, including help requesting restraining orders and support groups.
24-Hour Bilingual Crisis line: 1-866-2MY-ALLY (1-866-269-2559)
The Westside Health Center offers general health care, well woman exams, men's health services, transgender healthcare, family planning services, birth control, emergency contraception, HIV testing, pregnancy tests, and STI (sexually transmitted infection) testing, treatment, and vaccines.
Location: 1119 Pacific Ave. Suite 20, Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Office Hours: 8:15am -5:30pm (M,W,TH,F)
8:15am -6:30pm (Tuesday)
8:45am -2:15pm (Saturday)
The Watsonville Health Center offers general health care, well woman exams, men's health services, family planning services, birth control, emergency contraception, HIV testing, pregnancy tests, and STI (sexually transmitted infection) testing, treatment, and vaccines.
Location: 398 South Green Valley Road, Watsonville, CA 95076
Office Hours: 8:45am -5:30pm (M-F)
Closed Saturday & Sunday