Sexual Health, Advocacy & Relationship Education

Sexual & Relationship Violence
Prevention & Response at Reed

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All SHARE services are available during the COVID-19 closure. Advocates are available to help anyone with support, resources, and options. Services may be provided by email, phone, text, Zoom, or other messaging apps. (While advocates are still confidential resources, not all communication systems are secure; advocates will discuss limits.) Contact or Rowan Frost, 503-571-7966.


Reed does not tolerate any form of harassment, sexual violence, relationship violence, or stalking. Reed’s approach to prevention and response includes three key elements:

  • Primary prevention through education and action
  • Providing support for survivors
  • Investigating incidents swiftly and adjudicating them fairly

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Reporting Sexual & Relationship Violence

Reed encourages all community members to consider reporting sexual harassment, assault, relationship violence, and stalking. All reports will be investigated. There are anonymous, confidential, and non-confidential ways to report.

The Discriminatory Harassment and Sexual Misconduct policy defines prohibited behaviors and describes the college's response to alleged violations.

The Sexual Assault Prevention and Response program and these webpages are in development. Please contact us with your questions or suggestions:

  • Title IX Coordinator & Program Director for Restorative Practices
    Santi Alston,, 503/517-4842
  • Sexual Health, Advocacy & Relationship Education Program Director
    Rowan Frost,, 503/517-7966