If this is an emergency, call 911.
When consulting campus resources, students should be aware of confidentiality and mandatory reporting in order to make informed choices. Some campus departments may maintain your complete confidentiality, offering you options and advice without any obligation to tell anyone unless you want them to. Other departments are expressly there for you to report crimes and policy violations, and they will take action when you report an incident to them.
There are campus resources available to ensure complete confidentiality, they include:
Counseling Center: Peterson Hall 319, 503-413=7873
Off Campus Counseling: 1411 SW Morrison St, Suite 205, 503-352-2400
Portland Women’s Crisis Line: 503-235-5333
Sexual Assault Resource Crisis Line: 503-640-5311
Anyone experiencing sexual misconduct is strongly encouraged to seek a medical checkup for their safety and wellbeing, especially if the incident occurred in within the past 72-84 hours.
Doctor's Express Urgent Care, 25 NW 23rd Place. 503-305-6262. Monday-Sunday 8AM-8PM. doctorsexpressportland.com
Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center, 1040 NW 22nd Ave. SANEs (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) are on call and available at this hospital to conduct SAFE kits. SAFE kits are available free of charge and confidentially (if requested and over 18), which includes a medical checkup and forensic evidence collection for incidents occurring within 84 hours.
ZoomCare, Pearl District Clinic 202 NW 13th Ave. 971.998.1011 M-F 9AM-7PM, Weekends 9AM-6PM. www.zoomcare.com
Advocates are available to help you identify the services that will best serve you and guide you through the conduct process if you choose that reporting option.
Christina Maul: Student Services, Loveridge Hall, 503-413-7561, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa Burch: Student Services, Loveridge Hall, 503-413-7561, email@example.com