Resources The following resources are available for those affected by sexual assault, gender-based harassment, intimate partner or domestic violence, or stalking. Private Resources and Support: The following resources are identified as private, in the same way that your student records are private, but are not confidential. These private resources may share - and in the case of CCC staff are generally required to share - any CCC-related disclosure of sexual assault, gender-based harassment, dating or domestic violence, or stalking, including all known details, with CCC's Title IX Coordinator. This information will be shared with others only on a need-to-know basis or as required by law. On-Campus Title IX Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org 503-594-3300 CCC Campus Safety Office 503-594-6650 or 6650 from any campus phone. All Faculty and Staff Deans and Associate Deans and Behavior Intervention Team (BIT) email@example.com 503-594-3404 Human Resources Staff 503-594-3300 Off-Campus Clackamas County Sheriff 9-1-1 or 503-785-5000 Oregon City Police Department 9-1-1 or 503-657-4964 Confidential Resources and Support: The resources listed in this section are confidential and may not share your information without your expressed consent unless there is imminent danger to self or others, or as otherwise required by law (e.g., mandatory reporting for sexual violence against minors). On-Campus CCC Counseling Department 503-594-3176 Employee Assistance Program (for faculty and staff) 24-Hour Crisis and Support Line Number 866-750-1327 Off-Campus Clackamas Women's Services (CWS) http://www.cwsor.org 24-Hour Crisis and Support Line Number, Confidental Advocates Available503-654-2288 or 888-654-2288CWS serves people of all genders. Portland Women's Crisis Line (PWCL) 24-Hour Crisis and Support Line Number503)235-5333 or 888-235-5333 Clergy members are confidential resources Medical Service Providers (e.g. Providence Willamette Falls and other local hospitals) are confidential resources. Anonymous Reporting CCC Anonymous Sexual Assault Reporting Form Other Community and External Resources: Oregon Sexual Assault Task Force (SATF) Campus Reporting Options Website A non-CCC site outlining Title IX rights and reporting options. Clackamas County Victims' Assistance Program: 503-655-8616Clackamas County District Attorney's Assistance for Victims of Crime. Information on Victims' Rights and Services. OregonLawHelp.orgGeneral and Free Legal Information (Oregon-Specific). Gay Men's Domestic Violence Project: 800-832-1901 National domestic violence hotline for gay men, located in Boston, MA. Crisis line offers emotional support, safety planning, crisis counseling, referrals and emergency housing. The Living Room: 503-901-5971A safe haven for GLBTQQ youth, ages 14-20 in Clackamas County. The Survivor Project: 503-288-3191Advocating for intersex and transgendered survivors of domestic and sexual violence.