If you or a friend has experienced an act of power-based violence, there are many resources available to offer support. Here at UW, you can contact:
SARIS – Sexual Assault & Relationship Violence Information Service
Confidential help for students: support, information, advocacy and resources
Individual and group counseling, crisis intervention and workshops
Mental Health, Primary Care, Women's Clinic, Health Promotion
The shuttles take students, faculty and staff from campus to their destinations within one mile north, east, and west of campus. The zone is displayed on the front and side of each van. You can board from any of the five on-campus stops or IMA.
Call to have a UW security guard accompany you to any location within the campus community. Available 6 p.m. to 2 a.m., 7 days a week.
ASUW Committee Organizing Rape Education (CORE)
Students dedicated to ending sexual violence through peer education.
Resources, advocacy and mentoring center for LGBTQ students and LGBTQ concerns.
If you would rather contact an agency that serves the larger community, here is a list of agencies that are available for support in the Seattle area:
Services for South Asian women
Communities Against Rape & Abuse (CARA)
Education and activism
Consejo Counseling & Referral Service for the Latino community Crisis Clinic
24-hour crisis line and community resource directory
Harborview Center for Sexual Assault & Traumatic Stress (HCSATS)
Medical care and counseling services
King County Sexual Assault Resource Center (KCSARC)
24-hour crisis line