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Sexual Violence Resources

Sexual Misconduct and Title IX

Learn more about the sexual misconduct policy, Title IX, and submitting a report online.

Power and Control Wheel

This is a helpful tool to understand behaviors of interpersonal violence that are rooted in power and control.

Transgender Sexual Violence Survivors Self-Help Guide to Healing and Understanding

This is a useful resource for anyone who is trans or gender non-conforming, or an ally or advocate, wanting to better understand the rates of violence, complexities of experiences, and opportunities for healing for trans survivors.

Domestic and Sexual Violence and Communities of Color

While the impact of domestic violence and sexual assault crosses all social, economic, and racial lines, there are barriers and concerns that are unique to communities of color. Survivors of color often face a lack of culturally appropriate services as well as prevention & supportive resources in diverse languages.

FAQs: Domestic Violence in Communities of Color

Domestic Violence (DV) occurs among all races/ethnicities and socioeconomic classes. DV is
a pattern of many behaviors directed at achieving and maintaining power and control over an intimate partner, such as physical violence, psychological aggression, stalking, and coercion.

Supporting men who have experienced sexual violence

The mission of 1in6 is to help men who have had unwanted or abusive sexual experiences live healthier, happier lives. This site contains helpful facts and myths to better understand those unique experiences. 

What should I do if my friend has been sexually assaulted?

Learn how to be supportive, help them take the first steps, and know the limits of your personal advocacy skills.

Willamette University Sexual Misconduct Frequently Asked Questions

Learn about the sexual misconduct policy at WU and how to make a Title IX report.

What to do if someone is spying on your cell phone

Learn about digital privacy and how to stop someone from accessing information through a cell phone.

Willamette University

Gender Resource and Advocacy Center (GRAC)

Montag Loft
Willamette University
900 State Street
Salem Oregon 97301 U.S.A.
GRAC: 503-370-6728
Sexual Assault Response Advocates Hotline: 503-851-4245
Confidential Advocate: 503-375-5361