UW Climate Survey

University of Washington Resources

Bothell Campus

* Resources that provide after-hours support

CARE Team

A single location for UWB faculty, staff, parents and students to contact all support services for students (including Academic Alert, Bias Support Team, CARE Team, Student Conduct and UWB Victim Advocate Services).

Counseling Center (available to currently enrolled UWB students)

Free and confidential services including individual and couples counseling, personal growth groups, Student Veterans Support Group, Feel Better Fast Class and crisis services.

Crisis Services* (available to currently enrolled UWB students)

UW Bothell offers walk-in hours at the Counseling Center and after-hours crisis services.

  • The Counseling Center offers walk-in hours M-F from 1-3 p.m. for crisis or urgent concerns.
  • For immediate support outside the walk-in hours: 425.352.3183 or go to UW1-080.
  • If someone has threatened immediate harm to themselves, UWB Security and Campus Safety can send for the appropriate emergency services: 425.352.5222
  • https://www.uwb.edu/studentaffairs/counseling/crisis-services

Health and Wellness Resource Center

A one-stop hub connecting UWB students with on-campus and community resources to help you thrive.

Office of the Ombud

Offers a collaborative and confidential place to discuss University-related challenges. The Ombud will not conduct investigations but can help assess complaint resolution options and navigate University resources.

SafeCampus*

The central reporting office if you are concerned for yourself or a friend. It has trained specialists who will take your call, connect you with resources, and put safety measures in place to reduce the chances of violence occurring. They are available 24/7.

University Complaint Investigation and Resolution Office (UCIRO)

Investigates complaints that a University employee has violated the University’s non-discrimination and/or non-retaliation policies.

UW CareLink* (available to benefits-eligible faculty and staff)

The UW CareLink program offers short-term confidential counseling services for faculty and staff at no cost. Master’s-level counselors are available to take your call, any time day or night.

UW Bothell Victim Advocacy & Support (available to UW community)

Confidential advocates provide a private place for you to seek support, information and assistance if you have experienced sexual assault, sexual harassment, relationship violence, domestic violence or stalking

Additional Resources

Bias Reporting Tools

Multiple outlets exist for campus stakeholders to report incidents of bias or violations of UW policies for non-discrimination.

Title IX Support Resources

Seattle Campus

* Resources that provide after-hours support

Confidential Advocates (available to UW community)

Advocates provide a free, confidential place to seek support, information, and assistance for any member of the UW community who has experienced sexual assault, sexual harassment, and other forms of sexual misconduct.

Hall Health Mental Health Clinic (available to UW Students)

UW center with a range of services to assess and treat mental health concerns.

Husky Health & Well-Being

A collection of health and wellness resources and connections for students.

Health and Wellness Student Care Program

A starting point for students in distress and in need of multiple levels of support.

Office of the Ombud

Offers a collaborative and confidential place to discuss University-related challenges. The Ombud will not conduct investigations but can help assess complaint resolution options and navigate University resources.

SafeCampus*

The central reporting office if you are concerned for yourself or a friend. It has trained specialists who will take your call, connect you with resources, and put safety measures in place to reduce the chances of violence occurring. They are available 24/7.

University Complaint Investigation and Resolution Office (UCIRO)

Investigates complaints that a University employee has violated the University’s non-discrimination and/or non-retaliation policies.

UW CareLink* (available to benefits-eligible faculty and staff)

The UW CareLink program offers short-term confidential counseling services for faculty and staff at no cost. Master’s-level counselors are available to take your call, any time day or night.

UW Counseling Center (available to UW students)

Multiple options for students seeking help coping with stress and mental health concerns.

UWPD Victim Advocacy (available to UW community)

The Victim Advocate works with faculty, staff, and students on a variety of safety concerns, including dating
violence, sexual assault, and stalking.

Additional Resources

Bias Reporting Tools

Multiple outlets exist for campus stakeholders to report incidents of bias or violations of UW policies for non-discrimination.

Graduate and Professional Student Senate (GPSS)

Title IX Support Resources

Tacoma Campus

Resources for Students

Bias Incident Reporting (BIR)

Childcare and Family Support Services

Equity and Inclusion

Housing and Residence Life

Safe Campus

Safe Campus provides free 24/7 safety planning and support by phone.

Student Counseling Services

Student Engagement

Edmund Mirecki, Dean of Student Engagement

Title IX Coordinator

You choose how much identifying information to submit.

UW Tacoma Resources to Report Misconduct

Title IX Investigation Office for complaints about students (non-employed)

University Complaint Investigation Resolution Office (UCIRO)

For complaints about UW employees, including student employees.

Resources for Faculty and Staff

Academic Human Resources

Bias Incident Reporting (BIR)

Equity and Inclusion

Human Resources

  • Carlton 400
  • 253-692-5669

Office of the Ombud

  • West Coast Grocery (WCG) 405
  • 253-692-4476

Safe Campus

Safe Campus provides free 24/7 safety planning and support by phone.

Title IX Coordinator

You choose how much identifying information to submit.

University Complaint Investigation Resolution Office (UCIRO)

For complaints about UW employees, including student employees.

External Resources

Centro Latino

Latina/o/x and Indigenous Communities

Crystal Judson Family Justice Center

Serving the needs of domestic violence victims and their children

Oasis Youth Center

Queer youth

Rainbow Center

LGBTQIA+ Community Center

Rebuilding Hope! Sexual Assault Center for Pierce County

24-hour crisis, information and referral line

Tacoma Community House

Immigrant and Refugee Communities

Multicare Tacoma General Hospital

Forensic Nurse Examiner can provide specialized medical treatment, including evidence collection and preservation.

Tacoma Police Department

Tacoma Urban League

Black and African American Communities

YWCA of Pierce County