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SafeCampus Violence Prevention Resources

The UW has resources to support you. Call SafeCampus, UW’s violence prevention and response program, at 206.685.7233 anytime — no matter where you work or study — to anonymously discuss safety and well-being concerns for yourself or others.

SafeCampus’ team of caring professionals will provide individualized support while discussing short- and long-term solutions, and connect you with additional resources when requested. Remember, you are not alone — no situation is too big or small to reach out to SafeCampus.

Additionally, advocates are available to all UW students and employees at no cost. Advocates provide a confidential place to seek support, information and assistance if you have experienced sexual assault, sexual harassment, intimate partner violence or stalking. Learn how to connect with an advocate and access additional sexual assault resources.

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