Amnesty info about COVID & sexual/relationship violence: Reporting possible violations of Title IX or the DHSM policy will not result in disciplinary action against the survivor or witnesses for concurrent violations of COVID guidelines. If you are not sure if your situation qualifies for amnesty, please contact an advocate.
Sexual & relationship violence prevention & response
Advocates are available to help survivors and their allies with support, resources, and options. Services may be provided by email, phone, text, Zoom, or other messaging apps. Contact email@example.com or Rowan Frost firstname.lastname@example.org, 503/571-7966.
If you are not safe now, please call 911 or community safety: 503/788-6666
Survivors have options
Survivors have the right to choose who to talk with about their experiences, and what they want to do next.
- Get confidential support and information
- Get medical care (including emergency contraception and evidence collection)
- Learn about supportive measures (including academic, financial, and safety)
- Explore reporting options (including anonymous and law enforcement)
- Find out about grievance procedures
- Read the college's Discriminatory Harassment and Sexual Misconduct and Title IX policies
SHARE provides support for people who have experienced any kind of interpersonal violence, including sexual harassment, relationship abuse, unwanted sexual contact, sexual assault, and stalking. We also provide primary prevention education, focusing on community accountability and bystander intervention. SHARE advocates and the program director are certified confidential advocates with legal privilege, and do not report survivor information to the college.
For program updates and events, follow us on our Facebook page, Consent Is Reed.
Contact the SHARE program director Rowan Frost, email@example.com, 503/517-7966
Contact the Title IX/504 coordinator Chris Toutain, firstname.lastname@example.org, 503/517-4842