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Sexual Assault/Sexual Abuse

 


Click here to fill out an anonymous sexual assault report form.

NOTE:  This report form is operated by the UO Police Department.  Anonymity can only be guaranteed if no identifying information is provided.  If persons involved in a sexual assault are identified, a report made to appropriate authorities may be required.


Accessing Services for Survivors/Victims

All UCTC therapists, as generalists, have knowledge in working with interpersonal violence including sexual assault, sexual harassment, relationship violence, and stalking. The UCTC also has a an interpersonal violence response team of therapists who you can be scheduled with for your first appointment at UCTC. This group of therapists have expertise in community and campus resources for students experiencing interpersonal violence and can more readily facilitate making recommendations for a student as well as identifying best fit of counseling services, on and off campus. If you are experiencing sexual assault, sexual harassment, relationship violence or stalking while a student and are accessing the confidential counseling services at UCTC, ask to meet with an IPV Response Counselor for the first appointment.

Click here to learn how to access services at the UCTC.

 


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Click here to fill out an anonymous sexual assault report form.

NOTE:  This report form is operated by the UO Police Department.  Anonymity can only be guaranteed if no identifying information is provided.  If persons involved in a sexual assault are identified, a report made to appropriate authorities may be required.


Accessing Services for Survivors/Victims

All UCTC therapists, as generalists, have knowledge in working with interpersonal violence including sexual assault, sexual harassment, relationship violence, and stalking. The UCTC also has a an interpersonal violence response team of therapists who you can be scheduled with for your first appointment at UCTC. This group of therapists have expertise in community and campus resources for students experiencing interpersonal violence and can more readily facilitate making recommendations for a student as well as identifying best fit of counseling services, on and off campus. If you are experiencing sexual assault, sexual harassment, relationship violence or stalking while a student and are accessing the confidential counseling services at UCTC, ask to meet with an IPV Response Counselor for the first appointment.

Click here to learn how to access services at the UCTC.

 


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