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Title IX Resources

The information below has been compiled by the Title IX Office for students, employees, and others who may be seeking resources following an incident of sex or gender-based misconduct.

On and Off-Campus Resources

Confidential On-Campus Resource

MSJC Mental Health Counselors are confidential campus resources that offer in-person or telehealth counseling through the Student Health Center.


Confidential Off-Campus Resources

Riverside Area Rape Crisis Center (RARCC) offers free, confidential services, including a 24/7 hotline and advocacy, to the San Jacinto Campus and surrounding areas.

REACH offers free, confidential services, including a 24-hour Crisis Hotline, to the Menifee Valley and Temecula Valley Campuses and surrounding areas.

Alternatives to Domestic Violence (ADV) offers a 24-hour Crisis Line and services, including emergency housing, financial assistance, and legal assistance, to domestic violence survivors and their families at all MSJC campuses and surrounding areas. 800-339-7233


National Resources

National Sexual Assault Online Hotline provides trained staff who can offer confidential crisis support via chat.

National Domestic Violence Hotline offers call, chat, and text options for those seeking support and resources.
800-799-7233 (SAFE)

VictimConnect Resource Center offers call, chat, or text options for victims of crime.

855-484-2846 (4VICTIM)


Kristin Gonzalez
Mt. San Jacinto College
Human Resources
Temecula Valley Campus
41888 Motor Car Parkway
Temecula, CA 92591

Supportive Measures  

Supportive measures are non-disciplinary, non-punitive individualized services offered free of charge upon receipt of a report of sex or gender-based misconduct.

Supportive measures are designed to protect the safety of everyone involved, protect the District's education environment, and/or deter sexual harassment.

Supportive measures are provided on a confidential basis and are disclosed only when the need to know is necessary to enable the District to provide the service or when otherwise required by law.

Supportive measures may include, but are not limited to:

  • Referral to counseling services
  • Referral to medical services
  • Transportation or parking accommodations
  • Securing alternative housing
  • Campus escort services
  • Coordination with Campus Safety to develop a plan to address safety concerns
  • Assistance with making a report to law enforcement or filing for an order of protection
  • Communication with instructors regarding course-related adjustments
  • Scheduling tutoring
  • Assistance with transferring to a different section of a course
  • Arranging for an incomplete, course withdrawal, or leave of absence
  • Facilitating a change in work-study assignment or work schedule
  • Coordinating alternative supervision/management
  • No-contact directives

The Title IX Coordinator can assist with accessing supportive measures. Requested supportive measures, including those not listed above, will be provided as appropriate and as reasonably available.

Use this link to Report Sexual Harassment or Other Sex or Gender-Based Misconduct or report an incident directly to Kristin Gonzalez by email at or by calling 951-374-0539.