Sexual Assault Prevention and Response at Reed

Reporting to Confidential External Resources

Quick Facts

  • A student may report a sexual assault to one of a number of external confidential resources, including community crisis lines, hospitals, and clinicians or counselors.
  • These external resources have the same obligations to maintain confidentiality as do members of the Reed HCC staff.
  • External confidential resources are available 24/7, year-round.
  • Reporting a sexual assault to an external confidential resource does not obligate the student to report the incident to any other office or individual.
  • Students may report a sexual assault to an external confidential resource at any time, regardless of whether or not a report has been made to police, community safety, or the Reed HCC.

A list of confidential external resources is available here.

Contact Us
We remain committed to a community-wide and collaborative approach. If you have suggestions or comments about this site, please send an email.

For immediate concerns, please contact the Title IX coordinator, the assistant dean of students for sexual assault prevention and response, the Health & Counseling Center, the community safety director, the dean of student services, or another listed resource.