You may be the first to know about possible sexual violence or harassment impacting your friend, family member, or colleague at Stanford. Perhaps you realize a situation is harmful even before your friend sees it that way. How you respond can significantly impact their experience and recovery:
If you think the behavior is or could become sexual harassment, you might want to discuss the situation with an objective third party. You may contact a Sexual Harassment Adviser or the Sexual Harassment Policy Office to learn about the options and resources available at Stanford for you and for the person you are concerned about.
For support and help with situations involving relationship abuse, sexual assault, or other sexual violence, please consult Stanford's Sexual Violence Support & Resources website.