University of Oregon
Crisis Intervention and Sexual Violence Support Services
University of Oregon 24 hour crisis intervention SAFE hotline: 541-346-SAFE
If you are a victim or survivor of sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating or domestic violence, gender-based harassment or bullying, and/or stalking and need help, start here. We have staff available 24-hours a day for confidential advice and assistance. Even if you are unsure what to do, call 541‑346‑7233 (SAFE) and you’ll be connected with somebody who will listen to you and help guide you as you figure out what you want to do next. We are here to support you and help provide the assistance and services you need.
We provide comprehensive medical services and public health leadership to enhance your personal success. Whether you need assistance with allergies, colds, physical injuries, immunizations, nutrition, sexual health, dental care, or more—we are here to resolve your health concerns and help you make the most of your college experience.
Your college experience is one of growth and learning. We all face a variety of challenges and obstacles in college and in life. You may come across moments that are not easy to talk about—struggling academically, navigating personal relationships, what it’s like to live with mental health concerns. It can seem like you are the only one dealing with these issues, but you are not alone. We have a team that cares deeply about your development and success. We are here to support you through the challenges and celebrate your successes.
Lane Community College
The Gender Equity Center provides support for all students and offers a relaxing atmosphere to study or socialize with your peers.
Life as a college student can be overwhelming. Managing new demands and challenges are stressful when you’re learning college systems, raising a family, or trying to pursue a new career. Fortunately, the Counseling Department offers short-term personal counseling to credit students experiencing issues interfering with student success.
The mission of the LCC Health Clinic is to provide accessible, quality health care to the students and employees of Lane Community College. Its goal is to maximize LCC community health and enable students to remain in school. The Health Clinic staff works in a collaborative partnership with the students and employees, with respect for diverse beliefs and needs, toward informed decisions about disease prevention and management of health conditions.
Northwest Christian University
Northwest Christian University’s Counseling Center offers low-cost, confidential counseling to adults in the community. Sessions are provided by graduate students working towards a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Counselors work under the supervision of clinically experienced faculty.
The mission of Campus Wellness is to promote the wellbeing of Pacific students to allow them to care, think, create, and pursue justice in and outside of the classroom. Campus Wellness strives to mitigate factors that interfere with students’ well-being and success through comprehensive educational programming and support services.
The Student Counseling Center at Pacific University provides a range of services focused on the mental health needs of Pacific students. The SCC strives to support students in reaching their academic potential by focusing on intellectual, emotional, social and cultural development.
Keeping life balanced is not easy in the busy world of college. Pacific University’s Student Health Center Staff is a dedicated team of professionals who provide confidential, quality medical services and wellness promotion to help you stay healthy and succeed in your academic and personal life.
Pioneer Pacific College
New Hope Christian College
New Hope Christian College encourages students in need of support to speak with any faculty and staff on campus with whom they feel comfortable, understanding that faculty and staff are not exempt from disclosing information. For students seeking confidential and biblical counseling, NHCC does offer pastoral counseling on-campus and will refer students to off-campus professional, licensed counselors in the Eugene/Springfield area when needed.
When requested, Community Life Services staff will provide a list of medical services, physicians, and mental health counselors available in the local area and assist students in locating their desired medical service.