1-800-ACS-2345 No matter who you are, we can help. The website allows you to select a group to find the information that most closely matches your needs: patient, family & friends, survivors, donors & volunteers, health information seekers, and professionals.
(360)-650-3700 24 Hour Student Help Line The Crime And Sexual Assault Support Services provides students with a case manager and guide through the often confusing details of available services. CASAS services include: 24 hour Student Help Line, medical/legal assistance, professional counseling, information and referral, support group resources, accompaniment of victim to the hospital and police station. Anyone who has ever experienced any kind of violence is encouraged to utilize this program. It is available to students who have experienced any of the following during childhood, adolescence, adulthood, or as a student: attempted assault, obscene phone calls, attempted rape, harassing e-mail, dating violence, physical violence, hate crimes, rape, indecent exposure, sexual assault, incest stalking, molestation, and/or unwanted touching. CASAS provides students with a “case manager” who assists in the process of planning, organizing, coordination, monitoring, and advocating for the services and resources needed to respond to the needs of a victim of crime.
Fostering a healthy and hopeful community response to HIV/AIDS in Northwest Washington through education, prevention and direct client services.
Planned Parenthood affiliated health centers nationwide provide high quality, affordable reproductive health care and sexual health information to nearly five million women, men and teens. Planned Parenthood welcomes everyone — regardless of race, age, sexuality, disability, or income. In fact, one in four women has visited Planned Parenthood at least once. When clients walk through our doors, they find a dynamic community resource that offers a wide range of medical and counseling services and health care education, as well as advocacy programs.
Our mission at Prevention and Wellness Services is to improve the health of students in the broadest sense: to reduce students' risk for injury and illness, to increase students' academic success and personal satisfaction, to work toward the presence of dignity and justice which may lead to the genuine health of the whole community
Sean Humphrey House is an AIDS care facility in Bellingham, WA serving low-income individuals in Whatcom County. We provide our six residents the care, means, dignity and ability to live fulfilling lives while struggling with HIV/AIDS.
The Student Health Center at Western is a primary care medical clinic with a specialty in college health providing a broad range of affordable health care to eligible students. Staffed by a team of physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, and support staff, our mission is to assist students with preventive health care and consultations, as well as evaluating, diagnosing and treating health concerns, illnesses and injuries, thereby minimizing their impact on academic progress. We want to help students be well, get well, and stay well --life long.p>
The Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender alliance is a student organization which supports Lesbians, Gay men, Bisexuals, people who identify as Transgender, and their Allies in the various stages of the coming out process, in the creation and affirmation of positive self-identities, and in the promotion and defense of their human and civil rights.
The Women's Center strives to be a highly confidential, safe, and all inclusive office for people to support, empower, and challenge each other. We seek to educate our community on not only the many issues women near and far face, but also the roots of those issues through events and outreach. We are dedicated to engaging individuals who are not traditionally involved in the feminist movement based on our strong belief that true equality will only come when each and every member of our society is committed to the ideas framed by feminist thought. Additionally the women's center is committed to providing supportive services and referrals for members of our community with an emphasis on sexual assault and violence against women. Moreover we strive to emphasize the ways in which race, class, age, gender, ability, sexual orientation, religion, and national origin make every women's life and problems faced distinctly different, and then incorporate these differences into feminism and the fight for equality.
The mission of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services is to support individuals affected by domestic violence and sexual assault and to lead the community towards ending these abuses of power.
The Counseling Center provides students with a variety of resources designed to assist with academic progress and personal development. We are staffed by professional therapists including psychologists, counselors and social workers who provide confidential counseling based on brief therapy models.