Due to the recent concerns around COVID-19, HDAPP will not be taking walk-in appointments or holding in-person meetings. You are welcome to report concerns to us by email, phone (Davis: 530-747-3864, Sacramento: 916-734-3417), Anonymous Call Line (Davis: 530-747-3865, Sacramento: 916-734-2255), or online.
As a campus, UC Davis has taken critical steps to protect our community and prevent the continued spread of the COVID-19 virus. While it is critically important for all of us to continue to follow directives to stay at home during this time, staying at home and experiencing social isolation may create an increased risk for those in abusive relationships who are sheltering in place with their abuser. UC Davis is committed to continuing to support our students, staff, and faculty who are affected by all forms of sexual violence, including relationship violence. All University support and reporting services continue to be available during the stay in place order, including emotional support, assistance with safety planning, and assistance with workplace, academic, and housing accommodations. We are committed to providing services to our community members regardless of where they happen to be physically located during this unprecedented time. Click here for more information about UC Davis resources that are available to those in need.
New Title IX Regulations- Website Updates In Progress
The new Title IX Regulations went into effect on August 14, 2020. We are updating the website to reflect how these changes will alter UC Davis’ response to concerns of sexual harassment that occurred on or after August 14, 2020. If this banner is posted, it means that the website is not fully updated to reflect the changes to our process. You can contact HDAPP directly to understand how the new regulations may impact your report. Please note your reporting options, resources, and our contact information are all up-to-date.