Off-Campus Resources:


Project Sister Family Services:

  • Project Sister serves eastern Los Angeles County and provides crisis and intervention services pertaining to sexual assault, intimate partner violence and child abuse.

  • Project Sister’s 24/7 Sexual Assault Crisis Hotline can be reached at (909) 626-HELP. Survivors can receive immediate, confidential assistance from trained volunteer advocates.

  • Volunteer Advocates are available to provide support and follow-up services to sexually assaulted or abused survivors at the hospital, police station and court appearances.

  • Advocates also provide information about reporting an assault and give referrals to other available services in the community.

  • Therapists provide professional counseling to survivors and their non-offending family members at any point after a sexual assault or child abuse event. The first ten counseling sessions are free with proof of household income, and fees for subsequent sessions are determined on a generous sliding scale based on household size and income.

  • Project Sister also offers specialized support groups both for survivors and for non-offending family members.

  • Project Sister can also be contacted at (909) 623-1619 or at



Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN):

  • RAINN’s 24/7 Crisis Hotline can be reached at 1-800-656-HOPE.

  • Calling this hotline directs the caller to trained respondents at the nearest affiliated rape crisis center. RAINN does not keep the caller’s phone number or request identifying information.

  • RAINN is a valuable database of information on local laws related to sexual assault, reporting, confidentiality and criminal statutes of limitations. Information on laws in California can be found here. Comprehensive information and advice about reporting incidents to the police can be found here.  


Claremont Police Department:


  • To contact the Claremont Police directly, call 911 or (909) 626-1296. Non-emergency calls may be made to (909) 399-5411.

  • The department is located on 570 W. Bonita Avenue and is open seven days a week from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm.


Planned Parenthood:


  • The two Planned Parenthood centers closest to Claremont are in Upland (918 W Foothill Boulevard) and Pomona (1550 N Garey Avenue).

  • The Upland Center can be reached at (909) 890-5511. It is open 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday to Thursday, and 6:30 am to 4:00 pm Friday to Sunday. The center offers pregnancy testing, abortion services, birth control and contraception, HIV/STD testing, and LGBTQ services. Most of these are available on a walk-in basis, and will not be withheld on the basis of lack of insurance or the inability to pay.

  • The Pomona Center can be reached at (800) 576-5544. It is closed on Sundays and does not allow walk-ins on Friday. The center offers the same services as those listed above.

  • It’s a good idea to bring a photo ID and insurance information when going to Planned Parenthood.


House of Ruth:

  • House of Ruth is an agency in Pomona, CA that assists survivors of domestic violence.  
  • They provide emergency housing to women and children in need of assistance.  



The Advocates are continually working on expanding the list of resources and support networks we can offer to survivors. We understand that healing looks different for everyone, and that the process must be tailored to the needs of the survivor. We will shortly be bringing you a detailed list of survivor-sensitive, trauma-informed practitioners located close to Claremont, not just in traditional psychotherapy, but also in other healing arts such as yoga and art therapy. If you are looking for these resources in the area, check out The Breathe Network and A Window Between Worlds

If you are seeking more information and resources about domestic violence, check out the local women’s shelter/counseling service House of Ruth, or the Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project.

Lastly, if you are studying abroad and have been subjected to sexual assault, harassment or abuse, Hot Peach Pages is an online directory of links to and information about rape crisis centers, domestic violence shelters, abuse hotlines and women’s rights organizations in over 100 countries across the world.

We hope some of this information has been helpful to you! Please feel free to contact us with any questions!