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Health & Safety

Information on health & safety resources in the community.


Campus Resources

Sexual Harassment, Discrimination & Misconduct

Make a report
Learn about the reporting process

Bias, Harassment & Discrimination

Students and employees may contact the Chief Diversity Officer by email.

For more information about reporting options.

Community Health & Safety Resources

Marion County Victim's Assistance (Marion County)
24-hour on-call response for the victims of sexual assault and for the surviving loved ones of homicide victims.

Center for Hope & Safety (Marion County)
503.399.7722 (24-hour hotline)
24-hour advocacy, safety planning, and shelter screening.

Planned Parenthood (Marion, Polk, Yamhill counties)
3825 Wolverine St NE, Salem

Marion-Polk Legal Aid (Marion & Polk counties)

Salem Free Clinics (Marion, Polk, Yamhill counties)
503.990.8772 (leave message)

Clinica Medica Nuestra Senora De Guadalupe (Marion & Polk counties)
1495 Liberty St NE, Salem
Low income medical care, with Spanish-speaking staff. Call for info and appointments.

Yakima Valley Farm Workers (Marion, Polk & Yamhill counties)
Special programs including a sliding fee discount for uninsured patients who meet income guidelines.Check website for eligibility documents needed. Offers medical help regardless of citizenship.

Oregon Health Plan
Eligibility check webpage
Eligibility based on answers to income, and other factors.

Self-Sufficiency Assistance for Domestic Violence Survivors - Oregon Department of Human Services

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