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Medical and Mental Health providers in our community can play a substantial role in the response to and care of survivors of power-based personal violence. This page is meant to serve our local WOU Medical and Mental Health professionals in their efforts to continue their education regarding power based personal violence, and establish best practices for serving survivors in our community.

These resources will be continually updated throughout the academic year. If there is a resource you wish to see, please contact Craig Wimmer, Wellness Educator at


WOU & Local Resource Advocacy Guide

Created specifically to assist staff in the WOU Student Health & Counseling Center, this fact-sheet is meant to serve as a quick, visual guide when assisting a survivor with advocacy resources. Local and campus resources / referral sites are available.

Medical Providers Guide to Advocacy Resources




National Resources & Publications




National Sexual Violence Resource Center

The National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) opened in July 2000 as a national information and resource hub relating to all aspects of sexual violence. Founded by the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape, the oldest and one of the largest state sexual assault coalitions, the NSVRC is funded through a cooperative agreement from the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention’s Division of Violence Prevention.

For more information about the NSVRC, please visit their website here:


Eating Disorders & Sexual Violence

Exploring the Links: Eating Disorders & Sexual Violence



LGBTQ Identified Survivors of Sexual Violence


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