Campus Care Advocates are certified sexual assault counselors who are available to provide support services to students, faculty, and staff, who are survivors of sexual assault.
At CSUN, prior to becoming Project Rebound, led by Lily Gonzalez and Johnny Czifra, both formerly incarcerated, students engaged in a grassroots effort to develop a campus support system. Their efforts resulted in the establishment of Revolutionary Scholars, a student organization dedicated to creating alternatives to criminalization and incarceration, and Revolutionary Scholars Project, the precursor to Project Rebound at CSUN. Professors Marta Lopez-Garza and Martha Escobar served as the faculty advisers for the Revolutionary Scholars Project.
Lily Gonzalez, Coordinator
Survivor Advocacy Services (SAS) mission is to provide confidential support, prevention education, and promote advocacy for individuals impacted by sexual violence, dating/domestic abuse and stalking in the Cal Poly Pomona community.