Safety and Support Resources

UW Victim Advocate

UW Police Department (UWPD) has a full time Victim Advocate available to support victims, their families, and witnesses through the process of physical, emotional and financial recovery.

  • Phone: 206-685-UWPD (206-685-8973)
  • Phone Victim Advocate: 206-543-9337
  • Email Victim Advocate:


SafeCampus works with individuals to address safety concerns or warning signs regarding relationship violence, stalking, harassment, intimidation, cyberstalking, interpersonal conflicts, and suicidal thoughts.

206-685-SAFE (7233)

Confidential Advocates

The University of Washington offers free advocacy and support for students and employees impacted by sexual assault, relationship violence, domestic violence, stalking, sexual harassment, and other related experiences. Advocacy is a safe and confidential starting point for any student or employee affected by these issues. Meeting with an advocate does not trigger any investigation or formal reporting or complaint process.

Washington Physicians Health Program (WPHP)

WPHP is a physician-led program with an experienced staff dedicated to helping healthcare professionals while promoting patient safety.

WA Employee Assistance Program

The Washington Employee Assistance Program (WA EAP) supports PEBB-eligible University of Washington employees and their household members to help identify and resolve personal concerns to promote individual and workplace wellbeing.

Services include counseling, legal advice, financial counseling and education, family support, and resources for supervisors.

Learn more here.

Faculty Secretary

UW Faculty Secretary manages the office that facilitates faculty governance, including advising individual faculty and administrators on faculty rights and responsibilities as outlined in the Faculty Code.