Counseling and Victim Resources

Chaffey College is committed to fostering a diverse and supportive community free from hate and intimidation. The College has created this webpage to provide resources and tools for individuals who may have experienced, observed, would like to report, or have questions about hate crimes and hate incidents. We continue to develop our response and prevention efforts to best meet the needs of the Chaffey community.

Students and staff may contact any of the following individuals directly regarding counseling and other victim resources:

Susan Hardie
Executive Director of Human Resources and Title 5 Coordinator

Chris Brunelle
Dean of Student Affairs


The following are other helpful resources:

Chaffey Services and Affiliates

Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) (students)

First Stop Health (students)

Local, State, and Federal Services

California Attorney General Hate Crimes Division

San Bernardino District Attorney's Victim and Witness Services

San Bernardino County Victim Services

U.S. Justice Department Hate Crimes Division

Crisis Counseling

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Non-profit and other Entities

ACLU Immigrants’ Rights

Advancement Project

American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC)

Black Lives Matter

California Hope

Immigrant Legal Resource Center


The Equality Act

The Southern Poverty Law Center

Unidos US

Victim Connect Resource Center

Victims of Crime Resource Center