Support Resources



If it is an emergency and you are not in a safe place, please call 9 1 1

  • YWCA - 24-hour sexual assault & domestic violence hotline: 1.800.572.2782 
  • National Sexual Assault hotline (RAINN) - 24-hour: 1.800.656.4673 
  • Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, Emergency Medicine-SART
  • Suicide & Crisis Service Santa Clara County: 1.855.278.4204
  • National Suicide Prevention & Hotline for Veterans: 1.800.273.8255
  • Crisis Text Line: text 741741

Title IX: On Campus

Resources available to students on campus.

  • Title IX Coordinator, Laureen Balducci
    • Registration & Student Services Building,
      Second Floor, Counseling Center
  • Supportive Measures Available from the Title IX Coordinator

  • Legal Advice
    • Hinson Campus Center, Lower Level
    • 15 minute sessions & referrals


Title IX: Off Campus

Resources for students when the campus is closed or are not available.

Timely Care
TimelyCare provides free mental health care and other resources for De Anza students.
Speak With a Mental Health Professional Online any time! This webpage has more information.

Local Medical Resources

Local Community Resources

Title IX: Online

The De Anza College Title IX team is here to support students, faculty and staff members – even while we're not on campus. Here are some online resources that are available to you.

Information for Students

  • Student Guide to Title IX: Download this easy-to-follow chart that explains different ways you can report issues or concerns with sex- or gender-based harassment, assault or discrimination.
  • eCheckup To Go: Learn about sexual violence prevention by opening the Apps page on MyPortal and clicking on the icon for eCheckup To Go.
  • Know Your IX: Get more information about your rights and resources for survivors, friends and family members

National Resources and Helplines

Safety Planning

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