Thank You to Our Community Supporters Like TASTE!



Support from community members like the Eugene-based soul/R&B band, TASTE, enables SASS to continue providing high quality services for the hundreds of survivors we assist each month.  Last year TASTE donated the proceeds from several of their performances to SASS.  Thank you for giving back to the community and supporting survivors!

Find out more about TASTE on their Facebook page.

SASS Responds to Limited Resources with Temporary Reductions to Drop-In Service Hours

January 2, 2014

In light of reduced funding and agency capacity, Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS), the primary provider of sexual assault support services in Lane County, will reduce hours of services. Beginning Monday, January 6th, to maintain the best possible services with limited resources, SASS announces the closure of Drop-In Advocacy Services on Mondays and Fridays.

Drop-In Advocacy Services will still be available 9am – 4pm, Tuesday – Thursday. As always, for those in need of any SASS service, please contact the 24 hour Crisis Line.

Although SASS’ Drop-In Advocacy Services is one of its most utilized services, it has been extremely difficult to sustain given current funding levels and agency capacity.

“Although this past year’s increase in state funding through the Oregon Domestic and Sexual Violence Services Fund has certainly helped, like many other local service providers, SASS has seen a decrease in funding from other sources over the past few years,” says BB Beltran, Executive Director of SASS. “I think given our current capacity, the best course of action is to reduce the hours of our Drop-In Advocacy Services. It is important to note that Drop-In Advocacy Services will still be available Tuesday through Thursday and survivors will still be able to access other critical services like our 24-hour Crisis and Support Hotline and Medical and Legal Advocacy. I am confident that SASS will continue to provide the essential support survivors and their partners, friends and family need.”

For more information, contact:

BB Beltran, Executive Director, at 541-484-9791.

Get Your Tickets for The Vagina Monologues 2014!


Tickets for the 2014 Eugene-Springfield Community Performance of The Vagina Monologues are now on sale.

Ticket Prices:

Friday, April 4th & Saturday, April 5th @ 7pm – $10*
ASL interpretation at Friday & Saturday performances

Sunday, April 6th @ 2pm – $8*

*prices do not include credit card and processing fees for credit card and online sales

Ticketing Locations:


Tickets can be purchased online at:

In Person

Sexual Assault Support Services, 591 W. 19th. Ave., Eugene – Mondays from 1-3pm

The Wesley Center, 1236 Kincaid St., Eugene – Tuesday, March 25th 5:30-7:30 and Saturday, March 29th 12-3pm for cash/check only


Tickets will be sold at the door beginning 1 hour prior to each performance for shows that are not sold out.  Performances are at the Wesley Center, 1236 Kincaid St.

 VM 2014 poster

For more information visit or email


THANK YOU to the following sponsors for supporting the 2014 Eugene-Springfield production of The Vagina Monologues:





Big LoVe

Pacific Continental Bank


Friends of V-Day

Anne Marie Moore, WHNP

Dona Rennick

City of Eugene, Human Rights Commission


Oregon Employees Charitable Fund Drive


State and University employees can now support Sexual Assault Support Services through the Charitable Fund Drive using code “4435

Giving Online is Easy and Secure:

  1. Go to and click on “PLEDGE NOW
  2. Click “LOG IN” and enter the “iPledgeOnline” giving site by typing in your:
    • Username = your employee ID number, including all zeros (and begins with “OR” if you work for a state agency).
    • Password = either the password you chose in a previous year OR your first name and last name in ALL CAPS, with no space between (if you’ve never pledged online before = example: JANESMITH). If this is your first time pledging online, you will be asked for your email address and your state agency and location.
  3. Enter your pledge amount, use the code “4435” to allocate your gift to Sexual Assault Support Services, and provide contact information.
  4. Submit your pledge – and you’re done! Your gift will start with your first paycheck of 2014.


Thank you for your support – when you make a donation to Sexual Assault Support Services through the State Employees Charitable Fund Drive, you are helping to ensure services for survivors are available whenever they need them!