Sexual Harassment, Sexual Assault, Stalking, Relationship Violence and Non Discrimination

Sexual Assault and Survivor Resources

This page is under construction - Check back for the latest information in Fall 2018

 

Get support and/or report

The University of Washington Bothell is committed to showing national leadership in tackling the problem of sexual assault on college campuses.

This webpage provides victims of sexual violence with important online resources that reflect the UWB's commitment to preventing and responding to sexual misconduct, including sexual assault, relationship violence, domestic violence, stalking and sexual harassment.

Here you will find ways to get confidental support, how to address safety concerns, where to receive medical care and counseling and information on reporting sexual assault. 

 

Contact confidential advocates

Start with the University's confidental advocates for support, information, and resources 

What they can do for you

Seek Care 

Key support services are available to you through the University. Learn more about:

Medical Care

Counseling 

 

 

Help a Friend

If a friend has experienced sexual misconduct, there are ways you can provide support. 

Learn more 

Make a Report

You have the right to report sexual misconduct to the University, to the police, to both or not at all. 

Report to the University

Report to the Police

 

Learn about Title IX

The UWB has appointed a Title IX Coordinator who provides support across the University relating to compliance.

Learn More

Get Involved

The UW offers many ways to get involved in education and prevention efforts. 

Student Engagement & Activities

Peer Health Educators (HEROs)

Student Organizations & Clubs

 

Creating a cultural shift

 

Addressing sexual assault requires a culture shift and comprehensive approach to violence prevention that:

  • Acknowledges that the vast majority of sexual assaults are perpetrated by a person or persons known to the victim
  • Recognizes the complex and often co-occurring relationship between alcohol and drugs and sexual assault
  • Challenges the propensity for victim-blaming
  • Promotes the acceptance of – and affirms each individual’s right to – a broad spectrum of sexual choices
  • Understands and clearly defines the meaning and nature of consent

Taking a community approach

Addressing sexual assault requires a holistic approach. We aim to raise awareness of issues, resources and responsibilities among all members of the campus, providing each with the skills and empowerment to promote a caring community in which students are safe from sexual assault, harassment, and discrimination.

If you're feeling unsafe or are in immediate danger - CALL 911!

 


If you reach out to the resources listed above, here’s what you can expect:

  • Share as much or as little information as you would like.

  • Learn about common reactions to sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking, sexual harassment, trauma and other experiences.

  • Learn about resources available to you, your rights and reporting options.

  • Make a holistic plan for managing and reducing the impact of this experience.