Support for students impacted by sexual and relationship violence

You're not alone

Students affected by sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking, sexual harassment, and other related experiences have the right to access support, to choose whether to make a report, and to seek medical or mental health care. If you or someone you know has been impacted by sexual or relationship violence, consider connecting support on or off campus, using this site as a guide.

Support for me

The University of Washington Bothell offers free advocacy and support for students affected by sexual assault, rape, relationship violence, domestic violence, stalking, sexual harassment and other related experiences. Click here to read more about how to connect with an advocate.

Support for a friend

Your response to a friend or peer who has experienced sexual or relationship violence makes a big difference in their healing journey. Learn more about how you can support them.

How faculty and staff can support students

As a faculty or staff member, you may receive disclosures from students about violence they have experienced. Click here for information on how you can respond.

Healing after trauma

Healing from sexual or relationship violence looks different for everyone who has experienced it. Learn more about options and strategies for long-term healing.