Crisis and Community Support

We recognize students with minoritized, historically excluded, and underserved identities are disproportionately impacted by resource insecurity.

If you are a University of Oregon student who is facing challenges with access to adequate food, stable housing, affordable childcare, or meeting other basic needs, please fill out our Basic Needs Assistance Form. More information about the Basic Needs Program is available at

If you are experiencing a financial hardship or barrier, you may be eligible to receive one-time financial support from the Students in Crisis Fund.

Counseling Services After-Hours Support and Crisis Line: 541-346-3227

UO students can call any time to speak with a therapist who can provide support and connect you with resources.

University Health Services Nurse Advice Line: 541-346-2770 and press "1" to connect

This after-hours advice nurse line is available for students whenever UHS is closed.

If it is an emergency, or if you (or a friend) are in immediate danger or feel unsafe, call 9-1-1.

Help for Victims and Survivors of Sexual Violence: 541-346-SAFE

If you are the survivor of sexual harassment (including sexual assault, dating or domestic violence, gender-based harassment or bullying, and stalking) and someone has harmed you, it’s not your fault. There are many UO and community resources available to support you. The UO has a 24-hour hotline for information and support. Call anytime to speak with a counselor who can also connect you with other confidential resources.

Resources for Survivors

LGBTQIA Survivor Support Group

Sexual Assault Support Services offers a support group for LGBTQIA individuals who have experienced any form of sexual violence, in addition to other identity-based support groups.

Learn More about the LGBTQIA Survivor Support Group

Help for Victims of Gender- or Sexuality-Based Discrimination and Bias

The University of Oregon includes LGBTQIA identities in the non-discrimination policy, which opens access to Title IX claims, counseling support, and financial assistance to LGBTQIA individuals experiencing discrimination on the basis of gender, gender expression, or sexuality. To find out more about these options check out the following resources.

Title IX Policies and Procedures

Dean of Students Response Team

Bias Education and Response Team

The Trevor Project

National organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ) young people under 25. 24/7 hotline: 1-866-488-7386; 24/7 texting: text START to 678678.

Trans Lifeline

A trans-led organization that connects trans people to the community, support, and resources they need to survive and thrive. 24/7 hotline: 877-565-8860.

Crisis Text Hotline

Free, 24/7 support for those in crisis. Text “HOME” to 741741.