24-hour Information and Support Hotline
Speak confidentially with a counselor 24/7 to discuss options and resources at 541-346-SAFE. Please contact us if you have experienced the following:
Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity
Penelope Daugherty, Director Phone: 541-346-3123 Fax: 541-346-4168
677 E. 12th Ave., Suite 452http://aaeo.uoregon.edu
The University of Oregon affirms and actively promotes the right of all individuals to equal opportunity in education and employment at this institution without regard to race, color, sex, national origin, age, religion, marital status, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or any other extraneous consideration not directly and substantively related to effective performance. This policy implements all applicable federal, state, and local laws, regulations, and executive orders. Staff members of the Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity are available to answer any questions about this policy and to assist members of the university community who believe they may have been treated in a manner inconsistent with this policy.
Counseling and Testing
Shelly Kerr, Director Phone: 541-346-3227 Fax: 541-346-2842
University Health, Counseling, and Testing Center Building, Second Floor
1590 E. 13th Ave.http://counseling.uoregon.edu
The University Counseling and Testing Center provides mental health services to currently enrolled UO students, testing services, and training and supervision to graduate-level therapists. Most therapy programs and services are covered by the student health fee. Additional charges exist for psychological and educational testing, mandated drug and alcohol programs, and failing to cancel appointments in advance. A professional support and crisis line is available when the center is closed.Counseling: 346-3227. The center provides brief individual therapy, support and therapy groups, and workshops to UO students. Issues commonly addressed include depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, relationship concerns, psychosis, mania, identity development, body image concerns, eating disorders, grief and loss, and many others. Counselors and psychologists provide consultation to members of the university community and offer educational outreach to students, faculty and staff members on issues relevant to student mental health. Hours of operation are listed on the center website.
Our Office Resources
- Free Computer Use
- Free Printing
- Free Coffee and tea
- Free Pads and Tampons
- Free Condoms
The ASUO Women’s Center Lounge is available for use by study groups, for workshops, group meetings, interviews or any other student gatherings. You will have access to a refrigerator, microwave and toaster over. Students are welcome to use the space any time it is open or prearrange a time on by writing your name, group and event start and end time on the scheduling calendar on the glass door to the lounge.
Breast Feeding Site/Toys for children
There are two private designated breast feeding sites in the office. Drop by or schedule a regular time by calling 541-346-4099. The lounge has a variety of toys and we welcome children when accompanied by a guardian.
The ASUO Women’s Center has over 2,000 books for check out, many are course text books. Stop by and search our library before buying books for class. Books available for check out for the entire term.
No cost legal assistance for divorce, http://blogs.uoregon.edu/legalservices/
firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (541) 346-4273
Legal services offers free law services to currently registered students at the University of Oregon (although additional court costs and document preparation fees may apply). They facilitate legal processes including but not limited to landlord/tenant disputes, uncontested divorces and family issues, off-campus employment issues, misdemeanor criminal representation, expungement of qualified criminal convictions, consumer complaints, small claims counseling, and personal injury advice. Due to conflict rules, the adverse party cannot be another University of Oregon student, professor, or instructor. Legal services are not offered to students enrolled through the community education program. Call or stop by the office to schedule an appointment.
The Office of Student Advocacy (OSA) provides free advocacy and defense services to incidental fee paying students. OSA helps students resolve problems related to their university experience, ranging from conduct code charges to discrimination and provides advocacy within the university’s administrative framework on behalf of student rights.
Phone: (541) 484-9791591
West 19th Avenue Eugene, Oregon 97401
SASS is a non-profit organization providing outreach, advocacy and support to survivors of sexual violence and their partners, families and friends throughout Eugene-Springfield and the rest of Lane County. All services are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL (SASS is NOT a mandatory reporter) Se habla español.24-Hour Crisis and Support Lines: 541-343-SASS (7277) or toll-free (in Oregon) 1-800-788-4727. 24-hour in-person advocacy provides peer counseling to survivors of assault, past and present, and information and referrals.Our empowerment-based, survivor-centered approach to ending sexual violence and the forms of oppression that allow it to exist, is presented in free volunteer trainings held three times each year. Monday Night Drop-In Support Group for female-identified survivors 18 years and older, 7-8:30PM.
We present workshops to student groups at the University of Oregon and other campuses, as well as regional and national conferences.
Crisis Line: 541-485-6513 or 1-800-281-2800
Business Office Phone: 541-485-8232
Its mission is to prevent domestic violence in intimate partner relationships in Lane County and support survivors in claiming personal power. If you or someone you know might be in danger, we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.