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Below are resources in three categories: university-specific resources, Washington State resources, and national resources.

University-Specific Resources 

 

Bellevue College

Bellevue, WA

Title IX Coordinator: Rachel Wellman, 425-564-2641

Additional Resources

Counseling Confidential Reporting: 425-564-2212
What Happens After you Report

Central Washington University

Ellensburg, WA

Title IX Coordinator: Staci Sleigh-Layman, 509-963-1256

Sexual Assault Response Coordinator: Marissa Howat, 509-963-1391

Additional Resources

Counseling Clinic: 509-963-1391 
24-Hour Crisis Line: 1-866-925-9384

Eastern Washington University

Cheney, WA

Title IX Coordinator: Chelsea Lamberson, 509-359-6322

Student Support and Advocate: Michelle Bowers, 509-359-7924

 

Additional Resources

Student Rights and Responsibilities: Mike Bowers, 509-359-6960
Counseling Services: 509-359-6322

Gonzaga University

Spokane, WA

Title IX Coordinator: Stephanie N. Whaley, 509-313-6910, whaleys@gonzaga.edu

 

Additional Resources

Counseling Center

Sexual Misconduct Report and Harassment Form

Seattle Pacific University

Seattle, WA

Title IX Coordinator: Gary Womelsduff, 206-281-2846, womelg@spu.edu

 

Additional Resources

Counseling Center: 206-281-2657
Student Health Services: 206-281-2481

Seattle University

Seattle, WA

Title IX Coordinator: Andrea Katahira, 206-220-8515, katahira@seattleu.edu

Additional Resources
Counseling Services: 206-296-6090
Student Health Center: 206-296-6300

Resources for Student Survivors

University of Puget Sound

Tacoma, WA

Title IX Coordinator: Michael Benitez, 253-879-2827

Advocate: Marta Cady, 253-219-0516 (cell), 253-879-3365 (office), martacady@pugetsound.edu

Additional Resources

Counseling and Wellness Services: 253-879-1555

Sexual Misconduct Resource Center

University of Washington

Seattle, WA

Title IX Coordinator: Valery Richardson, 206-616-9713, TitleIX@uw.edu

 

Additional Resources

SafeCampus – Seattle: 206-685-SAFE (7233), safecampus@uw.edu

SafeCampus – Tacoma: 253-692-SAFE (7233), safecampus@uw.edu

SafeCampus – Bothell: 425-352-SAFE (7233), safecampus@uw.edu

Counseling Center – Seattle: 206-543-1240

Counseling Center – Bothell: 425-352-3183

Counseling Center – Tacoma: 253-692-4522

Confidential Advocates

Washington State University

Pullman, WA

Title IX Coordinator: Kimberly D. Anderson, 509-335-8288, anderson34@wsu.edu

 

Additional Resources

Counseling Center: 509-335-4511
After-Hour Crisis Services: 509-335-2159

File a Complaint

Western Washington University

Bellingham, WA

Title IX Coordinator: Dr. Sue Guenter-Schesinger, 360-650-3307, Sue.Guenter-Schlesinger@wwu.edu

Additional Resources

Consultation and Sexual Assault Support (CASAS); call to report sexual violence: 360-650-3700
Counseling Center: 360-650-3164
Student Health Center: 360-650-3400
Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services: 360-715-1563

Whitman College

Walla Walla, WA

Title IX Coordinator: Julia L. Dunn, 509-524-2049, dunnjl@whitman.edu

​Victim Advocate: Hailey Powers, 509-526-3032, sava@ywcaww.org

Additional Resources

File a complaint: 509-527-5158
Health Center: 509-527-5281
Counseling Center: 509-527-5195
Crisis Hotline: 509-527-5295

Whitworth University

Spokane, WA

Title IX Coordinator: Rhosetta Rhodes, 509-777-4238, titleixcoordinator@whitworth.edu

Additional Resources
Counseling Center: 509-777-3259
Counseling Emergencies: 509-838-4428

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Washington State Resources

Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs: Find information for your local sexual assault victim advocacy program

King County Sexual Assault Resource Center (KSARC): Legal, emotional, and family services for survivors of sexual assault in King County 
24-hour Crisis Hotline: 888-99-VOICE (888-998-6423)

*We've pulled out the resources for King County since it's the largest county in the state, but resources are available in other counties. Please see the Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs listing above.

Harborview Center for Sexual Assault and Traumatic Stress: Provides counseling and other services to sexual assault survivors, with offices in Seattle, Bellevue, Redmond, and Shoreline

Phone: 206-744-1600

 

Sexual Violence Legal Services: Provides legal advice and representation to survivors in Washington State

Phone: 206-832-3620

Toll-free: 844-999-7857(SVLS)

 

Washington Crime Victims Compensation: Covers medical and dental benefits, mental health treatment, medication coverage, lost wages, and grief counseling for victims of crimes

Phone: 800-762-3716

Email: CrimeVictimsProgramM@Lni.wa.gov

 

Washington Law Help: Know Your Rights and self-help materials on a wide range of legal issues, including sexual assault protection orders and legal rights for victims of intimate partner violence

 

National Resources

EMOTIONAL SUPPORT

1in6: Online support group and chat for male survivors of sexual violence

Male Survivor: Resource for male survivors to find therapists and peer support.

National Domestic Violence Hotline: Features 24/7 live  online chat and phone hotline

Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN): Hotline for rape survivors and info about state law

 

LGBTQ RESOURCES

FORGE: Resources for transgender survivors of violence, including guides and a listserv focused on support and healing

 

Lambda Legal Community Services: Know Your Rights section about sexual violence and hate crimes against those in the LGBTQ community; also features a legal help desk where you can ask for specific information and resources

Help Desk Phone: 213-382-7600


Survivor Project: Resources and support for intersex and transgender survivors of violence

The Network/La Red: Hotline for LGBTQ survivors of domestic violence

Trevor Project: Hotline for LGBTQ individuals in crisis

 

LEGAL RESOURCES

It Happened to Alexa: Provides financial support through the legal process. Application required.

 

Know Your IX: Provides information on how to file an IX complaint, coping strategies, comprehensive campus activism guide

SurvJustice: Low cost legal services for campus survivors of sexual violence


Victim Connect: Website that offers information on rights, resources, and options via chat, hotline, and reading materials


WomensLaw: Resources on domestic and sexual violence legal issues, including how to find a lawyer, local laws, and how to file restraining orders

 

MEDICAL & MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES

CDC National Prevention Information Network: Resources on STDs and clinics


Healthcare Center Director


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: National network of local crisis centers providing free, confidential, 24/7 emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress

Phone: 1-800-273-8255

TTY: 1-800-799-4889

En Español: 1-888-628-9454


Psychology Today: Directory of therapists, searchable by insurance, specialty (e.g., PTSD), and more

 

INFORMATION & RESEARCH RESOURCES

National Sexual Violence Resource Center: A resource hub with fact sheets and other research


National Stalking Resource Center: Resources on what stalking looks like and how to find support

Sidran Institute: Resources to help survivors and loved ones understand, manage, and treat trauma and dissociation

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