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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.


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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.  

How Do I Make an Appointment? 

Step 1 — Contact

 

Call the UCTC at (541) 346-3227 and tell the receptionist you would like to talk with a counselor.  Our front desk staff will schedule a 15-20 minute phone consultation for you with a counselor. These appointments are typically scheduled to occur within 24 hours.

Step 2 — Brief Phone Consultation

During the phone conversation, a counselor will speak with you about your individual needs and discuss potential services and resources.  At the end of this conversation students may be recommended to come to our office for an intake appointment to further discuss your needs.

Step 3 — Scheduling an Intake Appointment

If an intake appointment is recommended, you will be transferred to the front desk staff for scheduling.  Your intake appointment will be scheduled for the next available appointment time that also fits your schedule, typically within 1-2 weeks.

Step 4 - Intake Appointment: Arrival

Arrive to your intake appointment 15-20 minutes early to fill out paperwork.  You will need your UO Student ID card to check-in. 

Please Note: There is a $25 missed appointment/late-cancellation fee.  All appointments must be cancelled by 1:00pm of the previous day (or by 1:00pm on Friday for a Monday appointment), to avoid charges for a missed appointment or late-cancellation.  A missed appointment fee may also be incurred if arriving late results in a canceled or rescheduled appointment.  Missed appointment and late-cancellation fees will be billed to the student’s UO account.

Step 5 — Intake Appointment: Meeting

During the appointment, a counselor will review your situation and needs, answer any questions you may have, and help you determine next steps.

Your counselor will help connect you with different resources for counseling and support. Some options include:

  • Individual counseling at the UCTC
  •  Group counseling at the UCTC
  •  Referrals to counselors or counseling agencies in the community
  • Referrals to health, medical, and psychiatric care
  •  Referrals to other campus resources
  •  Referrals for specialized care

Step 6 — Connect 

Based upon what you and your intake counselor decide, Step 6 may look different depending on your unique situation.

For a student receiving services at the UCTC, your intake counselor will help match you with a staff therapist for counseling.

Our counselors work with UO undergraduates, graduates and professional students with a wide variety of personal, psychological, and academic concerns. 

Click here to learn more about individual counseling.

 

Note about referrals:  Referrals to a community therapist might be appropriate if it seems a student would benefit from longer term therapy, the concerns presented require an expertise or treatment modality not available at the UCTC, or if there is a waitlist for ongoing sessions and a student’s needs are time sensitive. If a referral is indicated, counselors work closely with the student to identify resources or community therapists/treatment centers that would be a good match in regards to the needs and financial means of the student. Counselors gladly assist students with contacting community therapists/agencies to set up first appointments.

 


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.


Contents: 

 

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.  

How Do I Make an Appointment? 

Step 1 — Contact

 

Call the UCTC at (541) 346-3227 and tell the receptionist you would like to talk with a counselor.  Our front desk staff will schedule a 15-20 minute phone consultation for you with a counselor. These appointments are typically scheduled to occur within 24 hours.

Step 2 — Brief Phone Consultation

During the phone conversation, a counselor will speak with you about your individual needs and discuss potential services and resources.  At the end of this conversation students may be recommended to come to our office for an intake appointment to further discuss your needs.

Step 3 — Scheduling an Intake Appointment

If an intake appointment is recommended, you will be transferred to the front desk staff for scheduling.  Your intake appointment will be scheduled for the next available appointment time that also fits your schedule, typically within 1-2 weeks.

Step 4 - Intake Appointment: Arrival

Arrive to your intake appointment 15-20 minutes early to fill out paperwork.  You will need your UO Student ID card to check-in. 

Please Note: There is a $25 missed appointment/late-cancellation fee.  All appointments must be cancelled by 1:00pm of the previous day (or by 1:00pm on Friday for a Monday appointment), to avoid charges for a missed appointment or late-cancellation.  A missed appointment fee may also be incurred if arriving late results in a canceled or rescheduled appointment.  Missed appointment and late-cancellation fees will be billed to the student’s UO account.

Step 5 — Intake Appointment: Meeting

During the appointment, a counselor will review your situation and needs, answer any questions you may have, and help you determine next steps.

Your counselor will help connect you with different resources for counseling and support. Some options include:

  • Individual counseling at the UCTC
  •  Group counseling at the UCTC
  •  Referrals to counselors or counseling agencies in the community
  • Referrals to health, medical, and psychiatric care
  •  Referrals to other campus resources
  •  Referrals for specialized care

Step 6 — Connect 

Based upon what you and your intake counselor decide, Step 6 may look different depending on your unique situation.

For a student receiving services at the UCTC, your intake counselor will help match you with a staff therapist for counseling.

Our counselors work with UO undergraduates, graduates and professional students with a wide variety of personal, psychological, and academic concerns. 

Click here to learn more about individual counseling.

 

Note about referrals:  Referrals to a community therapist might be appropriate if it seems a student would benefit from longer term therapy, the concerns presented require an expertise or treatment modality not available at the UCTC, or if there is a waitlist for ongoing sessions and a student’s needs are time sensitive. If a referral is indicated, counselors work closely with the student to identify resources or community therapists/treatment centers that would be a good match in regards to the needs and financial means of the student. Counselors gladly assist students with contacting community therapists/agencies to set up first appointments.