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Assistance and Resources

There is a support network for you.

Assistance & Community Resources

When contacting any of these resources, you do not need to know whether you wish to request any particular course of action, nor how to label what happened.

You are encouraged to contact law enforcement and seek medical treatment as soon as possible following an incident that poses a threat to safety or following a potential criminal offense.

Community Resources 
Trauma ResponseContact Information 
Center for Hope & Safety 503.399.7722   (24 hr. hotline)
866.399.7722   (toll-free 24 hr. hotline)
503.378.1572   (office)
Marion County Health Department 503.588.5342
503.981.5851   (Woodburn)
Mental Health Clinic - Polk County 503.588.5342
503.981.5851   (Woodburn)
NW Human Services 503.588.5816
503.581.5535   (Confidential crisis and information hotline)

Marion County Victim Assistance
Serves Salem and surrounding areas

555 Court St NE, Suite 3231, Salem, OR
503.588.5253

 

 Community Resources 
Law EnforcementContact Information
Marion County Sheriff 503.588.5094
503.588.5032   (non-emergency line)
Polk County Sheriff 503.623.9251
Yamhill County Sheriff 503.434.7506
Salem Police 503.588.6123
Oregon State Police 503.378.3387
503.378.3720   (headquarters)
Dallas Police 503.831.3516
Woodburn Police 503.982.2345

 

Stalking & Restraining OrdersContact Information
Marion County Courthouse
100 High St. NE
Salem, OR
503.588.5105

 

 College Resources
Title IX CoordinatorDeputy Coordinators

Vivi Caleffi Prichard
503.365.4723
Bldg. 2, Rm. 215

Alice Sprague (employees)
503.399.2537

Manuel Guerra (students)
503.365.4684

Confidential College Resources

These individuals are not required to disclose information reported to them relative to this policy.

Information shared with them is kept strictly confidential and nothing will be shared without your permission, except in rare, extreme circumstances, including imminent risk of harm to self or others. Talking to an advocate does not prompt a formal report.

Email Counseling Services or call them at 503.399.5120 for more information.

Resources for Survivors

Employees

Salaried employees have access to the Employee Assistance Program (EAP). EAP provides confidential counseling and other work-life services. Please contact Human Resources at 503.399.5009 for more information.

Students

Counseling services provides confidential personal counseling for students. Schedule an appointment through ChemeKNET in My Chemeketa.

Online Resources

How to Support a Friend

How to Cope With the Current News Cycle as a Sexual Abuse Survivor

Filing a Complaint or Report

Chemeketa encourages all individuals to report any alleged or suspected violation of its Sexual Harassment, Discrimination and Misconduct policy to the Title IX Coordinator by –

  • Completing this online form
  • Calling 503.365.4723 during business hours
  • Visiting the Title IX office in Salem Bldg. 2, Rm. 215