Sexual Assault Prevention and Response at Reed

Sexual Assault Aftermath Resources List

The resources listed have been selected as the most likely to be valuable immediately after a sexual assault. This list is not intended to be an exhaustive list and anyone with specific needs or questions about resources not found here may contact any of the College resources listed for more information.

Help us keep our list up to date: While we make every effort to insure that this list is accurate and up to date, if you discover an error or omission, please let us know.

Reed College Resources

Anyone who needs help or informaiton related to sexual assault can call the Dispatch Switchboard 503/771-1112 ext. 0 24-hours a day and be connected with any available resource. Callers do not need to disclose their names or any details of an incident in order to be connected with resources.

Reed College Health & Counseling Center

Medical Services (confidential)
9 a.m.–5 p.m.: 503/777-7281
After hours, switchboard: 503/771-1112
Services: Medical care; Referral for emergency care, Referral for SAFE (Sexual Assault Forensic Examination)

Counseling Services (confidential)
*see Reporting to Confidential College Resources page for information on sexual assault of students under 18
9 a.m.–5 p.m.: 503/777-7349
After hours, ProtoCall: 866/432-1224
Services: free and confidential counseling; inform receptionist that the concern is urgent

Title IX and Section 504 Coordinator
Lorraine Arvin, Vice President/Treasurer
503/777-7506
arvinl@reed.edu
Eliot Hall 303

Assistant Dean for Sexual Assault Prevention & Response (ADSAPR)
Rowan Frost
9 a.m.-5 p.m.: 503/571-7966
After hours, switchboard: 503/771-1112 ext. 0
28 West

Community Safety Director
Gary Granger
9 a.m.–5 p.m.: 503/777-7379
After hours, switchboard: 503/771-1112
28 West.

Reed College Community Safety Office
Non-emergency: 503/771-1112
24-hour emergency: 503/788-6666
Services: College investigation, assistance with reporting to police, referral for medical and/or support services

Student Services (Vice President/Dean of Student Services)
9 a.m.–5 p.m.: 503/777-7521
After hours, switchboard: 503/771-1112

External Community Resources

Portland Women’s Crisis Line (anonymous)
24-hour crisis line: 503/235-5333
Daytime ofice (9 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday–Thursday): 503/232-9751
pwcl.org
Services: free and confidential counseling. A survivor can remain anonymous, and the crisis line has no duty to report; can be advocates at SAFE exam (in Multnomah County)

Sexual Assault Resource Center (anonymous)
24-hour crisis line: 503/640-5311
Daytime office (9 a.m.–5 p.m.): 503/626-9100
sarcoregon.org
Services: Anonymous and confidential free counseling, case management (can include legal advocacy), services in Spanish

OHSU Medical Center (confidential)
*Reports of sexual assault involving students under 18 may trigger mandatory reporting requirement.
Services: medical care
Operator: 503/494-8311
24-hour emergency: 503/494-7551
Services: SAFE exam
Center for Women’s Health: 503/418-5500
Services: follow-up medical care

Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office
24-hour emergency: 911
(The survivor is encouraged, but not required, to report the incident as soon as possible to local law enforcement. Campus counselors can assist a student survivor in understanding the legal and campus-wide options available as a result of the incident.)
Multnomah County 24-hour crisis line (anonymous): 503/988-4888
Services: Counseling for any sort of mental health issues. Confidential and can be anonymous

Oregon HIV/STD Hotline
Weekdays, 9 AM-6 PM; Sat 12 PM-6PM: 503/223-2437
oregonaidshotline.com
Services: Provides up-to-date resources around HIV/STD topics in Oregon: information, risk assessment, anonymous way to ask questions around sex, referral to HIV services

National Sexual Assault Hotline
24-hours: 800/656-HOPE (4673)
rainn.org/get-help/national-sexual-assault-hotline
Services: Confidential and anonymous emotional support for victims of sexual assault

Crime Victims Services Division - Compensation Program
8 a.m.–5 p.m.: 503/378-5348
(dial 1 before number)
doj.state.or.us/victims/rights.shtml
Services: resource for compensation for medical and counseling needs (must report); pays for SAFE exam with sexual assault nurse (without reporting)

Multnomah County Victim Assistance, District Attorney’s Office
8 a.m.–5 p.m.: 503/988-3222
mcda.us
Services: advocacy services; assistance with criminal justice system

Portland Police Bureau
24-hour emergency: 911
24-hour non-emergency: 503/823-3333

Statewide Legal Aid Information
24-hour emergency: 911
24-hour non-emergency: 503/823-3333

Statewide Legal Aid Information
oregonlawhelp.org

Oregon Crime Victim Law Center
9 a.m.–5 p.m.: 503/208-8160
ocvlc.org
Free leal representation for crime victims in criminal cases and some civil cases, including protective orders in Multnomah County; assistance with criminal justice system, before and/or after criminal charges are filed; advocacy.

VINE: Victim Information Notification Everyday
24-hours: 877/674-8463
VINELINK.com
Service: information on custody status of convicted offender

Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence
Phone system is currently not working
ocadsv.com/
Service: serve survivors of domestic and sexual violence through technical assistance for crisis centers, education, and engaging in systems advocacy

GLBTQ Domestic Violence Project
24-hours: 800/832-1901
gmdvp.org/
Service: provides crisis intervention, support and resources for victims

National Domestic Violence Hotline
24-hours: 800/799-SAFE (7233)
thehotline.org/
Service: crisis intervention, safety planning, information and referrals to agencies (less for sexual assault and more for intimate partner domestic violence, but can still be a resource)

Sexual Minority Youth Recreation Center
Office (10 a.m.-4 p.m., M-F): 503/872-9664
Drop In Center (4 p.m.-9 p.m., Wed, Fri, Sat.)
Located on NE 24th and Sandy.
smyrc.org/
Service: resources and drop in center for LGBTQ youth

Contact Us
We remain committed to a community-wide and collaborative approach. If you have suggestions or comments about this site, please send an email.

For immediate concerns, please contact the Title IX coordinator, the assistant dean of students for sexual assault prevention and response, the Health & Counseling Center, the community safety director, the dean of student services, or another listed resource.