If there is an emergency, call. If you're not sure, call.

We are dedicated to making sure you have the support and resources you need to have an exceptional college experience at the UO. Wherever you are in your college career or whatever challenges you are facing, we are here to help.


Crisis Intervention and Support

The Crisis Intervention and Sexual Violence Support Services Program is committed to providing students with resources and support needed to navigate the UO and have a successful university career. Students may face challenges during college—personal crises, mental health concerns, unanticipated family situations, and unexpected life events that can disrupt a student’s ability to focus on academics. Our program is here to help you navigate these challenges while remaining a student at the university.

Reach out to us by calling 541-346-3216 or filling out the Community Care and Support form.

In order to promote social distancing to limit the spread of COVID-19, the Office of the Dean of Students (DOS) is currently operating with reduced staffing levels and has transitioned to offering most services remotely. Thank you for your understanding and patience as together we work to sustain the health and well-being of our campus community.

We are committed to maintaining high levels of support and resources for our students. During this time, our staff will continue to check and respond to voicemails and emails. DOS will also continue to offer crisis response drop-in hours remotely, Monday through Friday, 1:00–4:30 p.m.; please call 541-346-3216 if you need assistance.

Emergency Response Numbers

University Police Department

9-1-1

University Counseling Center (after hours)

541-346-3227

University Mental Health Support

541-346-3227

SAFE Hotline

541-346-7233

Contact Us

 
Jessica Haymaker-Parsons
Director, Crisis Intervention and Sexual Violence Support Services

 
Drew Terhune
Coordinator, Crisis Intervention and Sexual Violence Support Services

 
Jill Martineau
Conduct and Care Coordinator

 
Lori Dunnihoo
Assistant Director, Crisis Intervention and Sexual Violence Support Services

 
Rituparna Roy
Assistant Director, Sexual Violence Prevention and Education

What We Do

The Crisis Intervention and Sexual Violence Support Services Program provides to following:

  • Review of all student concerns and case coordination
  • Initial outreach to students experiencing concern
  • Referral to on- and off-campus support
  • Navigation through university policies and student options, including student leave policies 
  • Follow-up with students of concern
  • Emergency academic notification when a student is incapacitated
  • Consultation with students, parents, faculty, and staff who are wanting to refer a student