Sexual Health, Advocacy & Relationship Education

Summer 2021 Info 

The following SHARE services are available during summer 

Crisis Services & Advocacy for Survivors & Allies

Confidential advocates are available to help with support, resources, and options. Services may be provided by email, phone, text, Zoom, or other messaging apps. Advocates are legally prohibited from disclosing information shared with them (exception: abuse of a child currently under 18 years of age). Contact advocates@reed.edu or Rowan Frost frostr@reed.edu, 503/517-7966. You can send us a message anonymously using the box on this webpage; please allow 24 hours for response. For folks in the Portland area, Call to Safety's 24/7 community response line provides immediate 24/7 crisis response: 503-835-5333. RAINN's 24/7 hotline (800-656-4673) or chat is available nationally. If you are not safe now, please call 911 or community safety: 503/788-6666

Survivor support group: The peer-led support group for survivors of all kinds of violence and trauma is meeting (via Zoom) during the summer. Email advocates@reed.edu for more info. 

Amnesty info about COVID & sexual/relationship violence: Reporting possible violations of Title IX or the DHSM policy will not usually 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. 

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Safer Sex Supplies 

Order form for safer sex supplies from the Navigator program (discreetly packaged deliveries are made to on-campus Reed students at campus mailstops and via USPS to US addresses).

Sexual Health Info

Check out our YouTube channel for important sexual health information and resources. Want us to cover a topic? Email us your suggestions at advocates@reed.edu

Gender Affirming Medical Care at the HCC
Gender Affirming Mental Health Care at the HCC
HPV & the HPV Vaccine
Urinary Tract Infections & How to Prevent Them 
Stella Harris series:

For more sexual health information, click here

Sexual Assault Survivors Have Options

Survivors have the right to choose who to talk with about their experiences, and what they want to do next.

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.