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»P.E.E.R.

P.E.E.R. (Proactive Education Encouraging Responsibility) is a Chapman University department dedicated to educating students on subjects of sexual assault, domestic violence, eating disorders and other general health issues.

P.E.E.R. also hosts interactive presentation and has a support network for students in need. Please use the links below to learn more about a specific health subject and always feel free to contact PEER with any questions concerning you or another student's health or safety.

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For Immediate Help

Public Safety 
*(star) 22 from any starnet phone on campus or (714) 997-6763

CSP Rape Crisis Hotline
(714) 957-2737

Domestic Violence Hotline
(714) 992-1931

Crisis Hotline 
(800) 656-4673

Psych. Counseling 
(714) 997-6778

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C.A.R.E.S. Meeting

C.A.R.E.S. (Creating a Rape-free Environment for Students) organization meets every Friday at noon in Argyros Forum 206A during the academic year. Send an email to Dani (dasmith@chapman.edu) for more information.