You are not alone.

Call SafeCampus — no matter where you work or study — to anonymously discuss safety and well-being concerns for yourself or others.


In urgent or dangerous situations, call 911. We answer calls and emails (, Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm excluding UW holidays. If you are calling after-hours, please see our after-hours resource guide.

SafeCampus is the University of Washington’s violence-prevention and response Program. We support students, staff, faculty and community members in preventing violence.

SafeCampus supports you

With SafeCampus, you have support. We’ll listen to your concerns and provide guidance and safety plans tailored to your situation. Our caring, trained professionals will talk you through options and connect you with additional resources if you want them. For more information, give us a call or visit our What to Expect page.

SafeCampus provides in-person training to staff, faculty and students to support violence prevention and response at the UW.

Reasons to reach out to us

Experiences (yours or someone else’s) including:

Concerning behaviors in another person, including:

  • Dramatic changes in personality, mood or behavior
  • Withdrawing from friends, the workplace or academics
  • Unusual irritability, outbursts of anger or violence
  • Making comments or online posts about harming themselves or others
  • Crossing boundaries (for instance, excessive phone calls, emails and/or visits)
  • Inappropriate, confusing or disjointed conversations
  • Making references to school shootings and/or identifying with mass shooters

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