Sexual Assault & Relationship Violence Resources

If you have had an unwanted,  confusing, coerced, or forced sexual experience, or have concerns about your relationship, there are confidential supportive resources available. The resources below work as a collaborative team to provide the best support possible.

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Need Immediate Assistance?

Contact our Off-Campus Community Partner-Sexual Assault Resource Center's

24-hour hotline: 503-640-5311

 We have a close partnership with the Sexual Assault Resource Center and work with them to provide 24 hour assistance. SARC has an array of follow up services designed to be confidential, free, and provide individualized support based on your concerns and needs.

Want to talk to someone at Pacific?
Contact the Confidential Advocacy Network

Advocates can help you process your experience, connect you to resources and explain your options for reporting, including interim measures you can get without making a report ( including changes in housing and academic accommodations). To meet with a confidential campus advocate fill out the Advocacy Request Form.

Someone will get back to you during the next business day to set up a meeting. You can also contact someone from the Confidential Advocacy Network directly.

Advocates are not able to offer immediate assistance. For immediate support, please contact SARC 503-640-5311.

REQUEST ADVOCACY

 

Other Confidential Campus Resources

Student Counseling Center
503-352-2191| counselingcenter@pacificu.edu

The Student Counseling Center provides confidential mental health services with professionals who specialize in college mental health and supporting people who have been impacted by interpersonal violence. 

Student Health Center
503-352-2269