Toggle navigation Sub Menu Relationship & Dating Violence Domestic Violence Stalking Sexual Assault Prevention Sexual Assault Immediate Action Prevention Glossary Title IX : Immediate Action Immediate Action What to Do If You Have Been Sexually Assaulted: Get to a safe place. Call a friend or family member to be with you. It is advisable to report a sexual assault, even an unsuccessful attempt. The information you provide may prevent another person from being assaulted. When you report a sexual assault, any information you can remember about the attack will be helpful - the assaulter's physical characteristics, voice, clothes, car or even an unusual smell. You may remember more details later; you can add those details when you remember them. If you have been sexually assaulted, calling the police as soon as possible is helpful; do not bathe or change your clothes. Semen, hair and material under fingernails or on your clothing all may be useful in identifying and prosecuting the assaulter. If the assault occurred in the Education Services Center, call the Sheriffs at 818-364-7843. If the assault occurred elsewhere, call 911. Many survivors find it very helpful to contact a local rape treatment center, where qualified staff members may assist you in dealing with your trauma. If you are unable to make the contact yourself, you can have a friend, family member or law enforcement person make the call. Finally, while many individuals mistakenly blame themselves for the assault, nothing you did or did not do caused this assault. That resulted from the actions of your attacker. You are a victim, not a perpetrator. Being sexually assaulted is not a crime - the crime was committed by the person who assaulted you. Contact Generally, the quickest and most accessible way to seek help for a Title IX-related concern at (College) is to contact your Title IX Coordinator. Complaint Form For additional resources click here LAMC Title IX Coordinator Kelly Enos (818) 364-7610 EnosKW@lamission.edu Instructional Building Faculty Office area Office #21 LAMC Title IX Deputy Madelline Hernandez (818) 364-7618 HernanMK@lamission.edu They are on your campus, ready to assist you. If you still have additional questions or concerns related to Title IX, you may also contact Victoria Friedman at LACCD's Office for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at (213) 891-2125 or firstname.lastname@example.org. LACCDs Office for Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion is located at the Districts Educational Services Center in downtown Los Angeles. Los Angeles Area Valley Trauma Center CSULA 14651 Oxnard st. Van Nuys, CA 91411 (818) 787-9700 Strength United David H. Fox Counseling Center Phillips Graduate University 19900 Plummer St. Chatsworth, CA 91311 (818) 861-6627 Counseling Center:(818) 386-5615 National Domestic Violence Hotline 800 978-3600 Stalking Hotline 877 633-0044 National Domestic Violence Hotline 800-799-SAFE (7233) Click here for additional resources.