University Police

Victims Resources

Emergency Information + Website Links (PDF) 

Victim Rights(opens in new window)

On Campus:

Campus Connection(opens in new window)

  • Contained here is information for the campus shuttle resource, outside transportation resources, and a map of the campus.

Shuttle Runs from 6pm to midnight


https://www.csuchico.edu/up/_assets/docume (opens in new window)
nts/campus-connctions.pdfe(opens in new window)

For all CSU Chico student, staff, & faculty

CARE(opens in new window)

  • “The purpose of the CARE Team is to function as an at-risk behavioral assessment and support team, focused on early intervention, as well as threat assessment.” (CARE).
530-898-5093
care@csuchico.edu
Title IX (530)-898-4949
titleix@csuchico.edu
Kendall Hall, Room 220

Title Xi(opens in new window)

  • (opens in new window)Title IX prohibits, with certain exceptions, any entity that receives "federal financial assistance" from discriminating against individuals on the basis of sex in education programs or activities.” (The United States Department of Justice).
530)-898-4949
titleix@csuchico.edu
Kendall Hall, Room 220
University Police Department(opens in new window)(530) 898-5555

*WellCat Counseling Center(opens in new window)

  • WellCat is the title given to the resources offered through the school that assist students with various forms of health emergencies.
(530)-898-6345
counselingcenter@csuchico.edu
Student Services Center, Room 430
*WellCat Health Center(opens in new window)(530)-898-5241
healthcenter@csuchico.edu
601 Warner Street
*WellCat Prevention(opens in new window)(530)-898-6540
prevention@csuchico.edu
Sutter, Room 150P

*WellCat Safe Place(opens in new window)

  • Place provides confidential support services to Chico State students, faculty, and staff impacted by experiences of gender based violence.

(530)-898-3030
safeplace@csuchico.edu
Student Services Center, Room 180
* resources that are confidential

* resources that are confidential

Off Campus:
Catalyst(opens in new window)

Chico Location:

(530)-343-7711
3030 Wall Street, Suite 50, Chico, Ca, 95928

Oroville Location:

(530)-532-6427
1931 Arlin Rhine Memorial Dr., Oroville, Ca,95966

District Attorney Victims Assistance Bureau(opens in new window)(530)-538-7340
victimwitness@buttecounty.net
25 County Center Drive, Suite 218, Oroville, CA 95965

Enloe Medical Center(opens in new window)

  • The primary hospital in Chico.

1531 Esplanade, Chico, Ca, 95926
(530)-332-7300 Or (800)-822-8102

SHARP: Self-Help Assistance and Referral Program(opens in new window)

1775 Concord Ave, Chico
(530) 532-7015

Women’s Health Specialists of California(opens in new window)

(530) 891-1911
1469 Humboldt Road Suite 200


Additional Resource Information

On Campus Resourses:
California State University, Chico Police Department: Crime Incident Report(opens in new window)
  • University Police Department packet given to survivors of sexual assault. This packet contains lots of information and resources.
California State University, Chico Police Department Resources(opens in new window)
  • Laws, facts, and available resources for students in danger.
California State University, Chico Police Department: Records Release Authorization(opens in new window)
  • University Police records release form.

Off Campus Resources:
Butte County District Attorney Office: Domestic Violence Resources(opens in new window)
  • Resources and advice from the Butte County Attorney’s Office
Butte County Victim Assistance Program(opens in new window)
  • Victims Assistance Bureau submission form. Catalyst Crisis intervention, community education and relationship advice.
National Domestic Violence Hotline(opens in new window)
  • A Hotline that connects callers with highly
    trained advocates.
Stonewall Alliance(opens in new window)
  • Provides resources, assistance, and education for the LGBTQ+ community.
Victim Assistance Bureau (opens in new window)
  • Trained and experienced Victim Advocates can assist with a variety of services to aid in minimizing trauma.
Victims’ Bill of Rights Marsy’s Law(opens in new window)
  • Your Constitutional Rights under Article 1 Section 28 of the U.S. Constitution.
Crisis Housing Resources:
Esplanade House(opens in new window)
  • Housing for struggling families recovering from the effects of homelessness.
Chico State Basic Needs Project(opens in new window)
  • Short term housing, emergency funds, and
    food assistance to students of CSU, Chico in
    need of assistance.
2-1-1 Butte-Glenn(opens in new window)
  • Provides critical connections between individuals and families in need and the appropriate community-based organizations and government agencies.
6th Street Drop - In Center(opens in new window)
  • Skill teaching, resources and opportunities for youth experiencing homelessness.