Students, we believe you. We have your back. If you have experienced sexual assault or sexual harassment, you have rights. ENOUGH is a advice helpline for students featuring Title IX experts who can tell you about your options to feel safe at school, get academic extensions, and more.

Check out our Student Survivor Toolkit, or apply to speak with a legal advocate by filling out the form below. All services are free.

Free Legal Support for Student Survivors

ENOUGH can help you figure out what’s next. It’s completely free and confidential. ENOUGH provides student survivors of sexual assault and sexual harassment with free legal information, advice, and services. We may be able to connect you with an ENOUGH advocate, a volunteer Title IX expert who wants to help you feel safe at school and can help you figure out your options.

  • If your issue occurred at a California college or other California higher education institution, fill out this form to apply for free legal help or advice.

Our Student Survivor Toolkit can help you figure it out how to get started, learn information about your rights and options, the Title IX process, and more.


→  Go to the Student Survivor Toolkit

If you are an attorney who is interested in becoming an ENOUGH Advocate, click here.

ENOUGH Advocates can:

  • Listen to your story
  • Lay out what your options are (which include doing nothing, if that’s what you want)
  • Review and explain your school’s Title IX policies and procedures
  • Help you correspond with your school’s Title IX office
  • Help you throughout your school’s investigation and/or hearing process
  • File a Title IX complaint on your behalf with the U.S. Department of Education Office of Civil Rights
  • Help you obtain a civil restraining order

What to expect when working with ENOUGH

Please read before completing the online form

  1. You’ll fill out the ENOUGH online application form. We’ll review the information and if you’re eligible, we’ll invite you to a phone appointment with an ENOUGH Advocate.
  2. A volunteer ENOUGH advocate will talk with you and listen to your story. They’ll ask questions to learn more about what happened to help determine your options.
  3. After your call, your ENOUGH Advocate will review the details of your situation and work with Equal Rights Advocates to present some suggested paths forward. Your Advocate will then share those options with you.
  4. You decide what to do next, if anything, and if you’d like help through that process. (All services are 100% free.) You may work with the same Advocate or a different person, depending on the details of your case.

Equal Rights Advocates is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, so all services are completely free and confidential.

ENOUGH Advocates: Volunteer attorneys who have your back

Our ENOUGH Advocates form a corps of volunteer Title IX experts and attorneys who are waiting to talk to you, hear your story, and help you figure out your options. You are under no obligation to do anything with the information or advice you receive.


Kel O'Hara
Becca Berry
Susan Tenney
Camila Tapernoux
Tahnee Baker

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We may be able to provide free legal help for the following issues at California schools: gender and LGBTQI+ discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual assault.

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Posible que podamos proveer ayuda legal por gratis por los siguientes problemas en el trabajo o la escuela: discriminación basado en el género o por LGBTQI+, acoso sexual, asalto sexual, y discriminación basado en el embarazo o por ser padre/madre.


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