Campus/Local Resources

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Emergency Services

Emergency: 911
*on campus 9-911*

Submit a Sexual Assault & Relationship Violence Anonymous Report Form

 

WOU Campus Resources

Public Safety:

  • (503) 838-8900 (Emergency line)
  • (503) 838-8481 (Non-emergency)

Student Health and Counseling:

WOU Judicial Affairs:

Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs:

Abby’s House for Women and Families:

 


 

Community Resources

Police

Monmouth Police:

  • (503) 838-1109

Independence Police:

  • (503) 838-1214

 

Hospitals

Salem Hospital

890 Oak Street SE
Salem, OR 97301
503-561-5200
800-876-1718
Directions to Salem Hospital from WOU

 

West Valley Hospital

525 SE Washington St.
Dallas, OR 97338
503-623-8301

Directions to West Valley Hospital
*West Valley Hospital is unable to assist patients
with sexual assault exam kits or collect evidence

Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center

3600 NW Samaritan Drive
Corvallis, OR 97330
(541) 768-5111

Directions to Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center

 

Advocacy/Victims Assistance

Sable House 24 Hour Crisis Line:

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CARDV (Center Against Rape & Domestic Violence):

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Mid-Valley Women’s Crisis Service

For support in Russian, Spanish, Vietnamese, and traditional Chinese.

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Oregon Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence

 

 

 

 

 

Mental Health Services

Polk County Mental Health:

  • (503) 623-9289
  • Crisis Center: (503) 585-4949

 

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Contact

Student Health & Counseling Center: Wellness Education Department

(503) 838-8791 | or e-mail: greendot@wou.edu

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