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


Monmouth Police:

  • (503) 838-1109

Independence Police:

  • (503) 838-1214



Salem Hospital

890 Oak Street SE
Salem, OR 97301
Directions to Salem Hospital from WOU


West Valley Hospital

525 SE Washington St.
Dallas, OR 97338

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:


CARDV (Center Against Rape & Domestic Violence):


Mid-Valley Women’s Crisis Service

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


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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Student Health & Counseling Center: Wellness Education Department

(503) 838-8791 | or e-mail:

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