THE ORGANIZATION AGAINST SEXUAL ASSAULT AT THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
SEXUAL ASSAULT RESOURCES
The following is a list of sexual violence resources at the University of Oregon, Eugene/Springfield, and nationally.
* Services that are confidential are marked with (C), meaning that they do not record phone numbers or any other personally identifying information and abide by HIPPA requirements. ** All services (even those listed as confidential) have a legal requirement to contact authorities if a child or vulnerable adult (disabled or elder) is in danger.
This hotline and website provides help for victims and survivors of sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating/domestic violence, and gender based harassment/bullying by outlining community resources and providing confidential counseling. However, the hotline is not confidential for UO employees (including GTFs) or if the caller is a threat to others or themselves.
WHAT TO EXPECT: After calling SAFE, one will reach a counselor with master’s degree or above. Counselor will ask for demographic information, mental health status, and whether caller is currently in school; caller is allowed to not provide any of this information. This and any other info disclosed goes to the UCTC and they take care of it from there.
SafeRide Operating Hours Fall/Winter Term Sun-Thurs: 6pm-12am Fri-Sat: 6pm-2am
Spring Term Sun-Thurs: 7pm-12am Fri-Sat: 7pm-2am
Summer Term Fri-Sat: 9pm-2am Sun-Thurs: 9pm-12am
Designated Driver Service
Takes up to nine passengers.
First come first serve basis
Only takes people home
Is open every night 10:00 pm - 2:30 am
University Counseling & Testing Center Website: http://counseling.uoregon.edu/ Phone: (541) 346-3227 Provides comprehensive mental health services to UO students including counseling.
University Health Center
Website: http://healthcenter.uoregon.edu/ Phone: 541-346-2770 Gives students both physical and emotional care from physicians. Students can make an appointment and be seen by a medical professional during clinic hours. Appointments and free and confidential, but often have a waitlist. A student can decide whether or not they want their physician to anonymously collect evidence if the student chooses to report a crime later.
All resources with crisis lines can provide referrals to other resources upon request.
Sexual Assault and Support Services (C) Website: http://sass-lane.org/ 24-Hour Crisis Hotline: 541-343-7277 or 1-800-788-4727 Support for survivors of sexual violence past or present, regardless of identity, through advocacy work, outreach, and counseling.
What to expect: A trained crisis worker will answer the phone. Depending on what the call is about, they may suggest services that SASS provides or they know other organizations provide. SASS has a survivor centered philosophy and will support your decisions regardless of what they are.
Womenspace (C) Website: http://womenspaceinc.org/ 24-Hour Crisis Line: 541-485-6513 or 1-800-281-2800 Support for survivors of intimate partner violence.
Womenspace offers a number of services for women affected by domestic violence such as: emergency Shelter, 24-hour Crisis Line, Support Groups, transitional programs, community education, legal advocacy, and rural advocacy.
Whitebird (C) Website: http://whitebirdclinic.org/ 24-Hour Crisis Line: 541-687-4000 or 1-800-422-7558 For anyone in crisis. Including those with mental illness.
What to expect: A receptionist will answer the phone. Depending on your call, they may refer you to a crisis worker. If the crisis worker is busy, they will ask if it’s okay to have the crisis worker call you back.