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EMERGENCY CONTACTS FOR THE USC COMMUNITY

In case of Emergency, please call this phone number first:

Department of Public Safety Emergency Line

University Park Campus: (213) 740-4321
Health Sciences Campus: (323) 442-1000

Department of Public Safety (Non-Emergency Line)

University Park Campus: (213) 740-6000
Health Sciences Campus: (323) 442-1200

The Department of Public Safety (DPS) at USC is your first resource in the case of any kind of emergency. Officers will respond to emergency and non-emergency phone calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Campus Resources for USC Students:

Center for Women and Men (CWM)

Emergencies: (213) 740-4900
24-Hour Line: (213) 321-3982 (24-hour)
www.usc.edu/cwm

The Center for Women and Men provides a safe haven and support system by responding to and preventing acts of sexual violence.

Health Sciences Campus - Eric Cohen Health Center

Student Health Receptionist: (323) 442-5631
Appointments: (323) 442-5882

The Eric Cohen Student Health Center provides a wide range of services to students enrolled in classes on the Health Sciences Campus. This Center represents the front-line for all student health concerns.

University Park Health Center (UPHC) Medical Services

Main Line: (213) 740-8742
Medical Services & After-Hours: (213) 740-9355

If you are feeling ill or have injured yourself, walk in during business hours. If you call after hours, an on-call nurse will assist you in diagnosing or treating whatever ails you.

University Park Campus Counseling Services

YWCA
Main Line:
(213) 740-7711
http://www.usc.edu/student-affairs/Health_Center/cs.index.shtml

USC Counseling Services is dedicated to providing and referring students with psychological services to assist them during their time at USC. Students may schedule an intake appointment at any time by calling or walking in to the center.

Other Local Resources:

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
Alcoholics Anonymous can help you find the freedom to live your life without the use of alcohol. Their primary purpose is to carry the message to the alcoholic who continues to suffer.

Los Angeles Central Office
(323) 936-4343 or (800) 923-8722 (24-hours)
www.lacoaa.org

Anti-Hazing Hotline
Twenty-one fraternity and sorority organizations have teamed up to create this anti-hazing hotline that anyone can use to report incidents of having anonymously.

(800) NOT-HAZE or (888) 668-4293

Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles
As LA's frontline law firm for low-income people, LAFLA promotes access to justice, strengthens communities, combats discrimination, and affects systemic change through representation, advocacy, and community education.


(213) 640-3881 or (800) 399-4529 toll free
www.lafla.org

Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
Narcotics Anonymous can help you find the freedom to live your life without the use of drugs. Their primary purpose is to carry the message to the addict who still suffers.

24-hour help line: (323) 933-5395
Westside Office: (310) 390-0279
http://www.todayna.org/index.html

Peace Over Violence
Peace Over Violence is a social service agency focused on one on one intervention in sexual assaults and domestic abuse, one by one prevention of youth violence and child abuse, and a range of specialized services reaching underserved groups like Latinas, Deaf, Disabled, LGBTQ, and Youth.

24-hour rape and battery hotline: (213) 626-3393
24-hour stalking hotline: (877) 633-0044
http://www.peaceoverviolence.org

Rape Treatment Center – Santa Monica, UCLA Medical Center

(310) 319-4000 (24-hour)
http://www.911rape.com

Suicide Prevention Center
The Suicide Prevention Center provides mental health and substance abuse services in Los Angeles County, regardless of ability to pay.

(310) 391-1253 or (877) 7 CRISIS
www.suicidepreventioncenter.org

The Trevor Helpline
The Trevor Helpline is the only nationwide around-the-clock crisis and suicide prevention helpline for gay and questioning youth. If you or a friend are feeling lost or alone call the Trevor Helpline. There is hope, there is help.

24/7 Line: (866)488-7386
http://thetrevorproject.org/home1.aspx

Violence Intervention Program
The Violence Intervention Program treats the effects of all types of abuse while also emphasizing community-based prevention to end the cycle of family violence.

(323) 226-3961
http://www.violenceinterventionprogram.org/

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