I'm feeling UNSAFE/TRAUMATIZED

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RECALIBRATE GOAL:

Turn up your sense of safety as best as you can—take a deep breath, and get the care you need ASAP.

In times of serious trouble, we need help immediately. Depending on the situation, it may take a while to make sense of it all. Ask someone you trust to help you out if it's just too much. Know that at Berkeley, our aim is for you to feel safe and stay safe.

regroup. rebuild. recalibrate.

RESOURCE PORTFOLIO – UNSAFE/TRAUMATIZED


Critical issues at work.

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EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE. Individuals and work groups experiencing critical incidents/problems may benefit from this wide range of services...

Getting home safe.

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NIGHT SAFETY SERVICES. Classes, study, research, meetings, or films can keep you on campus late—consider these options for getting back home or other place safely...

Hate-motivated acts.

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CARE AFTER A HATE CRIME. If you're a target of or a witness to one, it can be hard to address. We're here to help.

Healing with heart.

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PATH TO CARE. For those subjected to gendered violence, or who know someone who has, we have a non-judgmental, caring approach to care...

Medical alert.

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UNIVERSITY HEALTH SERVICES URGENT CARE. Experiencing an acute medical condition? Our drop-in clinic is ready to help you treat it.

Mental health alert.

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URGENT CONCERNS. If you're experiencing emotional distress, round the clock resources are available to help. You don't have to do this alone!

Supporting you 24/7.

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SURVIVOR SUPPORT. If you've experienced sexual violence/harassment, it's not your fault. Immediate help is available when you're ready.