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PLEASE NOTE: The Survivor Advocacy & Resource Center (SARC) staff will continue to provide confidential remote advocacy services throughout the 2021 Fall term, in addition to offering in-person advocacy appointments and accompaniments as requested.
We know survivors have specific and acute safety needs to consider during this difficult time, and we will continue to provide support, safety planning, and advocacy. Please call our 24/7 line at (541) 737-2030, e-mail us, or make an appointment with us. Take care, practice self-compassion, and know you are not alone.
SARC can offer support in many different ways, depending on individual's needs. For more detailed information about each area featured below, click on the graphic, or visit our "What We Do" page.
The Survivor Advocacy and Resource Center serves as a first point of contact for survivors and their allies. We provide information about survivors’ choices and their rights, referrals to other services, and support for their right to regain control over their lives.
Any form of interpersonal violence, including sexual assault, dating or domestic violence, stalking, harassment, or bullying can have a profound and harmful impact. We are committed to listening, believing and supporting survivors and providing resources to aid in the healing process. We believe in the value of all persons and their right to make their own choices.
Oregon law has granted confidentiality and privilege for any communications between a campus-based survivor advocate and a person seeking support as a result of interpersonal violence. SARC policy regarding confidentiality is reviewed during intake appointments for new clients and client information is not shared with anyone unless explicit permission from the client is obtained. For safe, confidential, free support and resources, please contact us for an appointment.