Sexual Wellness Advocacy Team
Peer educators committed to ending sexual assault, dating violence, stalking and promoting healthy sexual relationships. No prior experience with facilitation or sexual violence prevention is necessary to join. Participants must be willing to learn!
- Make a difference in ending sexual violence and relationship violence on campus
- Earn 400-level leadership credit
- Build your resume
- Meet new people
Contact Abigail Leeder, Director of Sexual Violence Prevention and Education
Suite 3, Erb Memorial Union
ASUO Women’s Center
The mission of the ASUO Women’s Center is to advocate for the best educational and working environment for the women at the University of Oregon. They accomplish this by working toward societal change, the ending of oppression and by supporting personal growth. The ASUO Women’s Center has a Sexual Violence Prevention Coordinator who coordinates Take Back the Night and activities associated with Sexual violence Prevention Week and Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Brandy Teel, Director, ASUO Women’s Center
Suite 3, Erb Memorial Union
Our mission at the Men's Center is to help men lead healthy lives.
Volunteers at the Men's Center will:
- gain a sense of belonging/connection
- learn about oneself in a friendly and supportive environment
- develop skills in the helping profession
- develop organizational and leadership skills
- become a team member with other student and staff committing to reduce violence against women
Please join us!
Maj Hutchinson, ASUO Men’s Center Director
Suite 2, EMU
Without the help of much needed volunteers, Safe Ride would be unable to assist their average of 60 riders a night move safely and securely through the streets of Eugene.
Volunteering is a great opportunity to learn the streets of Eugene and to get to know some new people. You can even volunteer with a friend and schedule some quality time together each week.
Volunteer Drivers and Navigators are asked to commit to one 2 to 2 1/2 hour shift, once per week, for at least one term. If you cannot commit this much time or are interested in other forms of volunteering, such as educating or advertising, contact us and we'll work something out. Out coordinators are always happy to hear suggestions!
EMU, Suite 3 (ASUO Women’s Center)
Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS)
Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS) Volunteer Program is about people who want to make a difference. They offer volunteer trainings several times each year. Volunteer &Intern Opportunities include: providing peer support to survivors, answering crisis line calls, leading support groups, staffing information booths, coordinating events, providing legal/medical advocacy, staffing the office, serving on the Board of Directors, facilitating presentations to community groups and students, and leading self defense classes.
Click here to contact SASS
591 West 19th Ave.
24 hour hotline (541) 343-7277