Who are confidential resources?
Students may obtain absolutely confidential assistance and access campus resources by speaking with a confidential resource person at one of the following entities:
With the confidential advocate, individuals can seek information, options and specific support about their rights and resources, including assistance contacting law enforcement, medical care or state services/programs off campus.
Provides confidential counseling for survivors, friends, partners and individuals accused of sexual misconduct by appointment and emergency appointments available for urgent needs.
WUTalk is a 24-hour telephone crisis counseling support line serviced by ProtoCall. When you call WUTalk, you will be connected to a call center staffed by Masters and Ph.D level counselors familiar with Willamette's resources. Calls are free and confidential. Your contact with WUTalk will not become part of your academic record, but the counselors at Bishop Wellness Center will be notified that you called so they can follow up with you as needed.
The chaplains work with persons of all religious persuasions—and of none. They offer a wide variety of opportunities which foster spiritual growth and understanding as well as religious commitment and action. Proselytizing is not part of the program; progress along one's own path is
SARA is a network of trained, unbiased peer advocates who provide CONFIDENTIAL support, resources, and education to all members of the Willamette University community who have experienced sexual or domestic harassment, assault, or violence, directly or indirectly.
SARA Hotline: 503-851-4245
Salem Hospital Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner
(SANE Program) - Confidential medical response, 24/7, at the Emergency Department. No appointment necessary.
Provides support for men as well as women. Off campus, confidential resource.
24-hour Hotline: 503-399-7722.