Community Wellness

Division of Student Services



Mental and Physical Health
Harm Reduction
Sexual Health
Support & Accessibility
Diversity & Inclusion
Community Involvement

Mental and Physical Health

Eating Disorder Support Group
A safe space for community members who have eating disorders. Follow the link above and search 'Eating Disorder' to find out more.

Food Services
Information on food served at Reed through Bon Appetit, menus for Commons and Caffe Paradiso, and more.

Health and Counseling Services
Medical services, counseling, drop-in counseling, STI testing, and more.

Peer Health Advocates
student staff in the Community Wellness Office who offer peer-driven health promotion programming

Athletics, Fitness & Outdoor Programs
Opportunities for physical activity, team sports, outdoor programs, and more. 

Zenger Farm 
Fresh air and farming in SE Portland!

Harm Reduction

Community Safety
Community Safety Officers (CSOs) are on duty 24/7/365. CSOs patrol all campus areas, provide community services (e.g., safety escorts, door unlocks, jump starts, etc.), take crime reports, and respond to emergencies.

Health and Counseling Services
Medical services, counseling, drop-in counseling, STI testing, and more.

Night Owls
A collaboration between Health & Counseling and Community Safety, this program offers students support in staying safe during weekend evenings and special social events.

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response
Information about Reed's approach to prevention and response, resources for survivors and friends of survivors, crisis line and advocate contact information.

Students for a Sensible Drug Policy
The Reed chapter of Oregon SSDP works on policy issues and harm reduction on- and off-campus, according to member interests. Follow the link and search 'SSDP' to find out more!

PHAs regularly create informational handouts and host activities aimed to help students think about risk reduction and keeping each other safe."

Sexual Health

Health and Counseling Services
Medical services, counseling, drop-in counseling, STI testing, and more.

Planned Parenthood
Sexual health services including STI testing, birth control services, and more, located just north of SE 50th and Powell

Safer Sex Society
Providing Reedies with free protection and information about safer sex practices. Follow the link and search for 'Safer Sex Society' to find out more!

Support & Accessibility

Academic Support Services
Time management, organizational skills, study skills, tutoring, and more.

Alcoholics Anonymous-Portland
Find meetings here, including Reed campus meetings with the 'Gryphon' group.

Disability Support Services
Arrangements for academic support (such as note takers), access to aids, communicating needs to faculty members, and more.

Honor Council
The Honor Council is a committee of students, faculty, and staff dedicated to promoting the Honor Principle in the Reed community. Members are organized into subcommittees around the goals of education, mediation, and advocacy for community rights.

Learning Disability/Difference Support Group
A group of Reedies with LDs meet regularly to talk and offer support to one another.

Low Socio-Economic Status/First Generation Support Group
Providing peer support--such as information about FAFSA/financial aid & Federal Work Study, tips about saving money in Portland, etc.-- to Reedies from low-income backgrounds.

Diversity & Inclusion

Office for Inclusive Community
Mentoring for new students, community resource center, ongoing discussions of privilege and oppression, stress inclusivity at Reed, and more.

  • Building Connections: an Empowerment Group for Women of Color
    • This group meets regularly and hosts discussions for women of color in the community.
  • Gay/Bi Men's Peer Group
    • This group meets regularly and offer support for LGBQ-identified men in the community.
  • Men Of Color Peer Group
    • This group meets regularly and offer support for men of color in the community.
  • Queer Alliance
    • Queer Alliance promotes community conversations surrounding sexual orientation and gender identity on campus. Follow the link and search 'Queer Alliance' to find out more!

Peer Mentor Program
The Peer Mentor Program (PMP) assists first-year and transfer students with their college transition by pairing them with a peer mentor who provides guidance and support throughout the mentee's first year at Reed.

Sexual and Gender Minority Youth Resource Center in Portland

Trans and Gender Non-Conforming Peer Support Group
The trans and gender non­conforming student group meets biweekly for dinners and discussion.

Community Involvement

Off-Campus Resource Guide
This guide has been several years in the making, with strong support from the Office for Institutional Diversity, Inclusive Community, Dean of Student's office, Human Resources, and many other staff and faculty. It is a great resource for those living off-campus as well as those looking to venture around Portland!

The Center for Life Beyond Reed
Provides career counseling, links to student fellowships and grants, volunteer opportunities, information on graduate and professional schools, and job search tools for current students and alumni.

Student Engagement
Provides outings to students by lottery, organizes O-week activities and semester surprises, and other stress-reducing activities.

Tuesday Talks
Come discuss current events, diversity and inclusion at Reed, and ideas for dealing with issues of privilege and discrimination.

SEEDS (Students for Education, Empowerment, and Direct Service) connects students to our wider community in an effort to complement Reed's academic program, inform students’ personal and career development, and to create and sustain a positive impact within the communities served.

Contact us

Rachel Wagner
Program Director

Anneleissa Coen
Community Wellness
Program Intern

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