Sexual Health, Advocacy & Relationship Education

Resources for Students

Confidential Advocacy

SHARE advocates 
503/847-9772 (call or text)
advocates@reed.edu
Support for survivors and allies; reporting assistance, information and referral.

SHARE program director 
Rowan Frost
503/517-7966
frostr@reed.edu
Gray Campus Center 104
Support for survivors and allies; reporting assistance, information and referral; supportive measures

Call to Safety (off campus; not affiliated with Reed) 
24/7 crisis line: 503/235-5333
Text & chat support 
For all survivors of sexual and relationship violence. Crisis line, in-person medical advocacy, follow-up advocacy, and support groups.

Counseling & Medical Care

Reed Health & Counseling Center (confidential)
503/777-7281
Crisis advocacy, counseling, medical care, STD testing & prophylaxis, emergency contraception, referral
Reed After Hours Crisis Line: 866/432-1224
Nurse Advice Line/Community Careline: 800-607-5501

Reporting

Online report form (may be submitted anonymously)

Community Safety
503/788-6666
28 West
Emergency response, investigations, law enforcement reporting assistance, referral.

Title IX/504 Coordinator
Chris Toutain
Eliot 108A
503/517-4842
title-ix@reed.edu
Receives all reports of potential DHSM or Title IX violations; offers supportive measures; determines path for reports.

Deputy Title IX Coordinators

Director of Human Resources
Michelle Valintis
Eliot 305
503/777-7705
mvalinits@reed.edu
Takes reports involving staff 

Dean of Faculty
Kathy Oleson
Eliot 318
503/777-7257
koleson@reed.edu
Takes reports involving faculty
 

Sexual Misconduct Board information

Sexual Misconduct Board webpage 

How to file a DHSM violation complaint
Submit complaints to Jennifer Sonntag (chair).

 

More Crisis Advocacy & Referral

Call to Safety 
24/7 crisis advocacy and referral in Multnomah County
503/235-5333

National Domestic Violence Hotline
Information & resources on all forms of relationship abuse
800/799-7233

Stalking Resource Center
Information about stalking, safety tips, and a downloadable log

StrongHearts Native Helpline
Culturally-appropriate, anonymous, confidential service dedicated to serving Native American survivors of domestic violence and concerned family members and friends
844/762-8483

El Programa Hispano - Project UNICA (Catholic Charities)
Spanish-language advocacy and support for survivors of sexual and relationship abuse
888/232-4448

Russian Oregon Social Services - Domestic Violence Services
Russian-language advocacy and support for survivors of sexual and relationship abuse
503/777-3437
 

Legal & Immigration Assistance, Victims' Rights 

Oregon Crime Victims Law Center
503/208-8160
Free legal assistance and social support for crime victims (including relationship abuse victims). No law enforcement report necessary. May assist with immigration issues.  

Victim Rights Law Center
503/274-5477
Free legal assistance for survivors of sexual assault; may represent survivors in civil, criminal, and immigration proceedings. May also act as advisors in college disciplinary cases. 

Immigration Counseling Services
Low-cost consultation for people seeking legal advice and services; they also provide social services advocacy, case management, and referral services to trafficking survivors, and pro bono services for unaccompanied minor children. Requests for consultation are available on the website.

National Immigration Legal Services Directory
Local and national listing of organizations providing assistance with legal services.

 

Advocacy for US Citizens Abroad

Pathways to Safety International
866/879-6636

Protective Orders

Sexual Abuse Protective Order information

Family Abuse Prevention Act (FAPA) Restraining Orders

Stalking Protective Order information

Off Campus Reporting

Law Enforcement

Portland Police Bureau
Emergency: 911
Non-emergency: 503/823-3333

Title IX

United States Department of Education Office of Civil Rights
800/421-3481
OCR@ed.gov