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Advocacy Updates During COVID-19
You can still access the Outreach and Advocacy Project’s advocacy services during COVID-19, remotely! You may connect directly with the Outreach and Advocacy Response Lead in whichever way feels most comfortable to you:
- Phone call, text message, email, FaceTime, Google Hangouts or Zoom meeting
Additionally, check out the PCC specific COVID-19 Resource Site.
Art by Tani Ikeda
Art by Tani Ikeda
Outreach & Advocacy Project
Survivors come from all backgrounds regardless of class status, race, ethnicity, ability, gender identity, or spiritual, religious, or faith based identities. We know that dating/intimate partner and sexual violence impacts all of us, whether we have experienced harm directly or someone we know has. PCC has a shared commitment to provide support to our peers and to call an end to this violence.
If you have experienced harm resulting from intimate partner/dating violence, sexual violence, harassment, or stalking, or have questions and want to talk to someone, we are here to help.
The Outreach & Advocacy Project collaborates with staff, faculty, and students across PCC to ensure equitable access to student centered support. This includes direct advocacy support, co-advocacy with multiple departments, referrals, training, and outreach events for the PCC community, and the development of college wide protocols to further support students.
Interested in gender based violence advocacy? Want to attend events at PCC or in the community related to healthy and unhealthy relationships? Check out these free events available to you.
PCC operates its program, services, and activities in compliance with federal nondiscrimination laws. No person shall, on the basis of race, color, national origin (including limited English proficiency), disability, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, or age, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any of our programs.