Resources for Survivors of Interpersonal Violence and Their Allies

Campus Resources

Confidential Campus Resources: These resources will be able to honor confidentiality in most cases and will not report information to any other campus official, unless there is an imminent danger to the student or others. Anything shared with a priest in the sacrament of confession will always remain absolutely confidential.

SAFE Advocates
Support and referrals for counseling, medical care, and reporting options.
503.943.SAFE (7233) 

University Health and Counseling Center 
Individual counseling and medical care provided by SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) trained nurses. Testing and treatment for STIs, pregnancy testing, and treatment of injuries is offered at no cost to survivors.
503.943.7134

Campus Ministers 
Pastoral and spiritual counseling.
503.943.7131

Pastoral Residents and Holy Cross Priests within the Sacrament of Confession 
Pastoral and spiritual counseling. Sacrament of confession available upon request.

Non-Confidential Campus Resources: These resources will protect one’s privacy to the greatest extent possible. Information received will be shared with the Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Title IX Coordinator to assess the safety of the student and larger University population. Information may also be shared with certain University professionals, as necessary, to ensure safety and to provide appropriate campus-wide response.

Title IX Coordinator 
Campus reporting and investigation; providing safety and support accommodations; assistance with Portland Police reporting; referrals for counseling and medical care.

Title IX Coordinator: Lauretta Frederking; 503.943.8076; frederki@up.edu
Deputy for faculty: Matt Baasten; 503.943.7160; baasten@up.edu 
Deputy for staff: William Jenkins; 503.943.8784; jenkinsw@up.edu
Deputy for students: Matthew Rygg; 503.943.7118; ryggm@up.edu
Deputy for students: Jeromy Koffler; 503.943.8192; koffler@up.edu

Public Safety
Campus reporting and investigation; assistance with Portland Police reporting; referrals for counseling and medical care. 
24-hour non-emergency: 503.943.7161
Emergency: 503.943.4444

Student Conduct Program
Student Conduct hearing and reporting options; referrals for counseling and medical care.
503.943.7205

Office of Residence Life
Emotional support, campus reporting options; referrals for counseling and medical care. Hall Directors, Assistant Hall Directors, and Resident Assistants may be contacted directly.
503.943.7205

Most faculty and staff can also offer referrals for counseling, medical care, and reporting options. As with all other non-confidential campus resources, any information received will be shared with the Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Coordinator to assess safety and determine appropriate response.

External Community Resources

Call to Safety
Free and confidential emotional support, information and referrals, safety planning, and crisis intervention. 
Survivors may remain anonymous.
24-hour crisis line: 503.235.5333 or 888.235.5333

Portland Police Bureau
Non-confidential reporting.
24-hour emergency: 911 
24-hour non-emergency: 503.823.3333 

Sexual Assault Resource Center 
Anonymous and confidential free emotional support, case management and legal advocacy in Washington County.
Services available in Spanish / Servicios disponsible en español.
24-hour crisis line: 503.640.5311

OHSU Medical Center 
Confidential medical care and Sexual Assault Forensic Examinations (SAFE kit). Reports of sexual assaults involving students under 18 may trigger a mandatory reporting requirement. 
Operator: 503.494.8311
24-hour emergency: 503.494.7551
Center for Women's Health: 503.418.5500

Q Center | SMYRC
Resources, including confidential counseling, and drop in center for LGBTQ youth.
10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday-Friday: 503.872.9664

Multnomah County Crisis Line
Counseling for any sort of mental health issues. Confidential and can be anonymous. 
24-hour: 503.988.4888

Multnomah County Victim Assistance, District Attorney's Office
Advocacy services; assistance with criminal justice system.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday: 503.988.3222

Statewide Legal Aid Information
Offers free legal help to low-income Oregonians.
24-hour emergency: 911
24-hour non-emergency: 503.823.3333

Oregon Crime Victim Laws Center
Advocacy services; offers resources to crime victims who need support services.
9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday: 503.208.8160

Oregon HIV/STD Hotline
Provides confidential up-to-date resources regarding HIV/STD topics in Oregon: Information, risk assessment, anonymous way to ask questions relating to sex, referral to HIV services.
9 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Friday; 12 p.m.-6 p.m., Saturdays: 503.223.2437

National Sexual Assault Hotline
Confidential and anonymous emotional support for victims of sexual assault.
24-hour: 800.656.HOPE (4673)

National Domestic Violence Hotline
Confidential and anonymous crisis intervention, safety planning, information and referrals to agencies for situations of intimate partner domestic violence. 
24-hour: 800.799.SAFE (7233)

Gay Men's Domestic Violence Hotline
Provides crisis intervention, confidential support and resources for victims.
24-hour: 800.832.1901

Victim Rights Law Center
Free and confidential legal services.
503.274.5477
Toll-free: 1.855.411.5477

Contact

University of Portland
5000 N. Willamette Blvd.,
Portland, Oregon 97203-5798

503.943.8000

webmaster@up.edu