For support services, contact:

Sexual Assault Help Line
SASS (OSU Sexual Assault Support Services)
Phone Help Line: 541-737-7604 (8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday)

Sexual Assault Crisis Line
CARDV (Center Against Rape and Domestic Violence)
24-hour Hotline: 541-754-0110

Mid-Valley Women's Crisis Service
For support in Russian, Spanish, Vietnamese, and traditional Chinese.

WARNING! Your Internet activity can be tracked. If the person who is harming you has access to your computer, please consider using a more secure computer such as at the library.

If you need immediate assistance, call 9-1-1.

If you have been sexually assaulted and want to have an on-campus medical examination, contact:

Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner
Student Health Services
Plageman Building

“Be a Part of the Solution”: Sexual violence prevention presentations

The Alcohol, Drug and Violence Prevention Center offers research- and education-based presentations centered around sexual violence on college campuses. These presentations use discussion to engage students and provide them with knowledge that defines sexual violence and consent, the issue and factors that perpetuate it, and offer guidance and resources for addressing situations of sexual violence that empower students to become part of the solution.

Presentations can last from 60 to 90 minutes, and are available upon request by faculty, staff, coaches, student organizations, and the Greek community.

To request a presentation for your group, class, or organization, please complete the Program Request Form.

For more information regarding sexual violence awareness/prevention, contact:

Robert C. Reff, Ph.D.
Student Health Services

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