Office of Sexual Violence Prevention and Response (OSVPR)

UPDATE: The Office of Sexual Violence Prevention and Response is closed at this time. Please refer to the list below of confidential or private support services and resources on our campus and in our community. Thanks for your interest.

For emergency assistance, call 911 or Evergreen Police Services at 360-867-6140.

On campus, remote referrals:

Student Wellness Services: (360) 867-6200, confidential counseling and referrals

Title IX: (360) 867-5224, connie.gardner@evergreen.edu, The Title IX Office works with students, faculty, and staff to provide support, resources, and resolution options to anyone that may have experienced sex discrimination, private not confidential services

Chaplain Melissa Bennett, Student Activities Assistant Director for Spirituality and Meaning Making, is available for confidential 1:1 spiritual care. Evergreen students from any faith tradition or no faith tradition can meet with Melissa to talk about identity, purpose, belonging, community, connection, grief/loss, joy/celebration, discernment, and deepening your relationship to self and others. Melissa is committed to healing justice work and can assist you in finding practices that help you feel grounded, feel centered, express your values, find meaning in your role as a student, and help you integrate your learning into your whole self. To set up an appointment or learn more about this confidential resource email Chaplain Melissa at bennettm@evergreen.edu        

Off campus, community referrals:

SafePlace: (360) 754-6300, confidential advocacy services, 24-hour helpline with trained sexual assault/domestic violence advocates

Crisis Clinic: (360) 586-2800, crisis-clinic.org, community advocates, 24-hour crisis line, resources and referrals

PiPE: (360) 357-4472, infoatpipe@gmail.com, Partners in Prevention Education provides advocacy-based counseling, therapy and support groups in downtown Olympia for youth 13-30 years old, regular drop-in hours