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Sexual Violence Support Resources

In order to make informed choices regarding accessing services and/or reporting an incident, click here for an overview of each department's confidentiality policies and reporting obligations.  If you have any questions or concerns, contact the IPV Advocate at 503-725-5672.

Campus Resources: Dating and Sexual Violence

Campus Safety: 503-725-4404
The Campus Public Safety Office (CPSO) is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  CPSO has an offer who has completed sexual assault training, and is available to support students who wish to resport a sexual assault.

Center for Student Health and Counseling (SHAC): 503-725-2800

Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners are available at SHAC to perform a medical exam to check for injury and prescribe medication for sexually transmitted diseases and pregnancy prevention. Evidence collection is only preformed by staff at OHSU. Counselors can provide crisis counseling and assessment of personal and physical safety. On-going counseling can provide emotional support and help processing felling about both the assault and the reporting process.

Women's Resource Center (WRC): 503-725-5672
Can give referrals for campus and community resources as well as provide advocacy on campus.

Office of Residence Life: 503-725-2450
Can assist with changes in living situations for students living on campus.

Office of Student Affairs: 503-725-4422

investigates reports of student conduct code violations.

Student Legal Services: 503-725-4556
Can offer assistance to students with the restriction that the dispute is not with another member of the university community.

Anonymous Report Form
Information about how to submit an anonymous report of a sexual assault or relationship violence incident. Survivors (or people who support them) complete and submit this report to PSU to help its community better understand domestic and sexual violence as well as for statistical purposes. Survivors and reporters can also use this form to request assistance.

Community Resources

Portland Women’s Crisis Line (PWCL): 503-235-5333
Sexual assault advocates are available 24 hours to assist women and me and help them access community resources. This service is available for individuals regardless of whether they choose to take legal action or not. PWCL can also help link women and men in domestic violence situations with the appropriate referrals including emergency shelter and support groups.

Portland Public Police: 911

Or non-emergency: 503-823-3333

Planned Parenthood: 1-800-230-7526

Info/Referral for social services: 211