Support Services

Complainants who participate in a Title IX investigation are also entitled to a simultaneous criminal investigation if they so choose. Cal Poly University Police, as employees, are required to report to Title IX. However, Title IX does not report to law enforcement without written consent from the Complainant.

POLICE

Cal Poly University Police Department (when you are on-campus)
Emergency: 911
Non-emergency: 805-756-2281
https://www.afd.calpoly.edu/police/


Local Police (when you are off-campus)
San Luis Obispo Police
Emergency:  911
Non-Emergency: 805-781-7317
Location: 1042 Walnut (at the intersection of Santa Rosa)


CONFIDENTIAL RESOURCES

Cal Poly Counseling Services
805-756-2511 (available 24/7)
Location: Campus Health Center (Building 27 -135 - next to the Recreation Center)

Confidential Victim Advocate 
Cal Poly Safer
805-756-5883
Location: Campus Health Center (Building 27 - 184)

Off-campus services
Respect, Inspire, Support, Empower (RISE)
855-866-RISE, www.riseslo.org

Seek Then Speak
www.seekthenspeak.org

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Empathia’s LifeMatters: https://members2.mylifematters.com/portal/welcome/sso
(Username & Password: calpoly) or call (800) 367-7474 for assistance 24/7
Cal Poly Human Resources: https://afd.calpoly.edu/hr/employee-resources/work-life


HEALTH RESOURCES

Local Hospital Emergency Rooms - Open 24/7

Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center
805-546-7600
1010 Murray Avenue, San Luis Obispo

French Hospital
805-542-6378
1911 Johnson Avenue, San Luis Obispo


RESOURCES FOR PREGNANT STUDENTS 

Cal Poly Dean of Students: Parent and Family Program

Phone: 805-756-6700
Email: calpolyparent@calpoly.edu
On-Campus Location: Building 81
Website: https://parent.calpoly.edu/students-with-dependents

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