Resources

Materials from SASS:

Click the links to view, download, or print a PDF

How to Support Survivors PDF

Info on Coping with Panic Attacks & Triggers PDF

Grounding Exercises (self-care when feeling overwhelmed) PDF

 

Local Community Resources:

211info.org

Online resource with extensive listings for social services and other organizations.

Womenspace 24 Hour Help Line: 541-485-6513 or 1-800-281-2800 toll-free

Map: 1577 Pearl Street, Suite 400, Eugene, OR 97401

Resources and services around issues of domestic violence/relationship abuse

Whitebird Clinic 24 hr. Crisis/Helpline: 541-687-4000 & 1-800-422-7558

Map: 341 East 12th Avenue, Eugene, Oregon 97401

Provides medical/dental, crisis intervention, counseling, drug treatment, and housing services and referrals.

Planned Parenthood Appointment Phone: 541-344-9411

Contact information and location of area clinics

Provides confidential reproductive and sexual health services (low cost birth control and other health services available).

Ophelia’s Place  Business phone: 541-284-4333

1577 Pearl St. #100, Eugene, OR 97401 map & directions  

Organization providing support services, an afterschool drop-in center, and classes and events for girls.

Trauma Healing Project

Provides support groups, educational events and ongoing meetings aimed at increasing understanding and effectiveness in supporting individuals with trauma. THP calendar of events.

 

University of Oregon:

University Health Center Phone: 541-346-2770

Map: 1590 E. 13th Ave., Eugene, OR 97403

University Counseling Center 24 Hour Crisis Line: 541-346-3227

Map: 1590 E. 13th Ave., Eugene, OR 97403

Domestic Violence Clinic

The Domestic Violence Clinic provides free and confidential legal services to student survivors of sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and stalking. Students can meet with a licensed attorney to discuss various legal options and receive guidance on managing practical problems. There is no income eligibility to qualify for services.

ASUO Women’s Center

Alliance for Sexual Assault Prevention and Education (ASAP)

Sexual Wellness Advocacy Team (SWAT)

Legal:

Lane County Legal Aid / DV Clinic
Provides assistance with family law, domestic violence cases, landlord-tenant disputes, consumer rights, public benefits and some other legal matters.deals primarily with government benefits issues such as Social Security and Supplemental Security Income, Medicaid/Medicare, welfare, food stamps, public housing and immigration cases.

Counseling:

Center for Community Counseling Office: 541-344-0620 (Monday-Thursday, 9AM-3PM)

Providing sliding scale and low-cost counseling to adults who are financially limited; professional counselors volunteer their time, energy and expertise to provide these services. Also offering: anger management classes for parents, nurturing parent classes, information and referral, and training for mental health professionals.

Center for Family Development Office: 541-342-8437

Offers sliding scale therapy services, outpatient mental health services, adult and youth recovery programs and more.

LGBTIQQ:

Queer Eugene

LGBTQ website providing news, events, and what’s happening

Eugene-Springfield PFLAG
Local chapter of Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays

National PFLAG

Regional Resources:

Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence (OCADSV)
Network of domestic and sexual violence organizations, site includes information on a variety of topics as well as public awareness campaigns, advocacy trainings and technical assistance for agencies.

Oregon Attorney General’s Sexual Assault Task Force (SATF)

Provides funding for prevention education, training for Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANEs), Oregon’s Men Against Violence project and a library of educational resources and materials on sexual violence dynamics, policy and more.

Northwest Network of Bi, Trans, Lesbian and Gay Survivors of Abuse

Provides support services (as well as training for advocates) for bisexual, transgendered, lesbian, and gay survivors of abuse through education, organizing and advocacy.

National Resources:

Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN) 24 Hour National Hotline: 1-800-656-4673 (HOPE)

Provides U.S. with toll free hotline for survivors and parents, families and friends of survivors. Public service announcement, statistics and informational materials also available online.

National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline 1-866-331-9474/ 1-866-331-8453 TTY

Youth resource for healthy relationships and support given by peer advocates

Break the Cycle

Empowering youth to end relationship violence

National Sexual Violence Resource Center

National information and resource hub relating to all aspects of sexual violence

Other Resources:

V-Day Eugene blog for local production of The Vagina Monologues, benefiting SASS

V-Day.org the official site for The Vagina Monologues’ international movement to end sexual violence

 

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