These resources have been identified for students who have experienced sexual violence. If you are a student responding to an allegation of sexual violence, please see Responding Student Resources page here.

Confidential On-Campus Support and Services (Corvallis, redirect to OSU-Cascades Resources)

Survivor Advocacy and Resource Center

541-737-2030, 311 Plageman Bldg., Student Health Services;
Available 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Friday, and 24/7 crisis counselors available

  • Starting place for information and support
  • Confidential crisis stabilization and support with a confidential advocate
  • Assistance with academic and housing remedies
  • Safety planning
  • Referrals and connection to additional services
  • Provide information regarding reporting options to the school and/or law enforcement
  • Accompaniment to medical, legal and Title IX proceedings
  • Consultation with faculty, staff, friends, and family
  • Workshops on supporting a survivor, trauma-informed community of care

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

541-737-2131, Fifth Floor, Snell Hall
Available in person 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday, and 24/7 crisis counselors available

  • Individual and couples counseling
  • Crisis stabilization and support
  • Group counseling, including trauma empowerment group
  • Consultation to students, faculty and staff
  • After hours for crisis and referrals

Student Health Services

541-737-9355, Student Health Services, Plageman Bldg.
Available during business hours (including Saturday mornings during academic year)

  • For medical care including STD testing and treatment and pregnancy prevention
  • (Optional forensic evidence collection by a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner)

Confidential Off-Campus Services



  • 24-hour confidential crisis response
  • Hospital advocacy
  • Hotline support
  • Help with obtaining restraining orders or stalking protection
  • Can be a personal representative during medical examinations and any reporting procedures with police

Sarah's Place, Samaritan Health Services

541-812-4420, 1046 6th Ave SW, Albany 97321

  • Open 24/7, this facility staffs nurses with specialized training in providing medical treatment to patients who have experienced sexual violence
  • Nurses can perform a SAFE exam for collecting forensic evidence

Victim Advocacy and Legal Aid

Benton County Victim’s Assistance Program


  • Available during business hours
  • Provides criminal justice support, advocacy, and referrals for crime victims

Legal Aid Services of Oregon – Albany Regional Office

541-926-8678, 433 SW 4th Ave., Albany, OR 97321

  • Ensures that all people have fair and equal access to an attorney
  • Should legal assistance be sought, Legal Aid Services can provide high-quality counsel for those who cannot afford representation

Download a copy of these Resources and Reporting Options


Informational Websites:

Sexual Abuse Protection Orders

Oregon Attorney General's Sexual Assault Task Force: State and Nationwide Resources for Survivors