In the case of other language needs, Womenspace accesses interpretation services. Get Help Now hour crisis and support line: - - Chat online Office hours are Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm Pearl St 2nd Floor Eugene OR Womenspace believes that each person has the right oregoh lead a life free from violence and fear of abuse. Intimate partner violence is a pattern of coercive or controlling behavior that can include financial, physical, sexual, or psychological abuse. It is the most common and least reported crime in our country.
Domestic violence crosses all economic, cultural, racial and religious lines. We can help you or someone you know get out of abusive or harmful situations and provide support on the path afterward. Find a safe place and call Womenspace at or Toll Free We may be able to provide a range of services and referrals for you and your children: emergency transportation, shelter, some emotional support and encouragement.
A restraining order prohibits the abuser from contacting you.
In your request for the order you can ask that the police go with you to get belongings eguene your home. Talk to Someone You Trust - Friends and family members, clergy, school counselors, medical professionals, neighbors, or coworkers may be sources of support, ideas or referrals. You can choose to leave or stay with an abusive person.
It is your choice and your choice alone. Here are some suggestions to help you safety plan, whatever decision you make. Safety planning If there is a fight, try to be in a room oregin an exit and not in the bathroom, kitchen, or near weapons.
Practice how to get out of your home safely. Which doors, windows, elevator, or stairs would be best? Tell a neighbor to watch for s of violence and ask them to call the police. Have a code word to use with your children, family, and friends to let them oreton you need the police. You deserve to be free from fear and abuse.
Gender equity center | lane community college
All calls are confidential. The crisis and support line is staffed by trained advocates and volunteers. Their priority is to ensure the safety of survivors in immediate danger. Calls to the crisis and support line may include: Information on Womenspace programs and services, safety planning, information about the cycle of intimate partner violence, and referrals to community resources.
Bilingual advocates are also available. Safehouse - Emergency Shelter Our confidential, emergency shelter offers a healing environment for families and individuals leaving a dangerous situation. Access to shelter is through the hour crisis and support line or meeting with an advocate. The Safehouse is wheelchair accessible and open rugene survivors of all genders and identities.
The center is closed on national holidays.
Walk in appointments to meet with an Advocate are available weekdays with onsite childcare. Scheduled appointments can be made by calling the Crisis and Support Line at The Crisis and Support Center can provide food, supplies and clothing, as needed. Trained roomm and volunteers are available to answer questions and assist victims, survivors and family members.
Rural Outreach Womenspace provides safe and confidential space for survivors in rural ekgene throughout Lane County. Call the Hour Crisis and Euhene Line at or toll free for immediate assistance or for specifics to meet an advocate in your area. Support Groups: There are support groups on some evenings and afternoons each roon. Referrals are necessary, please see an advocate or call the Crisis and Support Line at For those who need childcare services during group, please arrive early as space is limited.
Animals Except as provided by UO Policy and other applicable laws, animals are not allowed in University residential buildings. Residents may keep fish as pets; however, residents who keep fish as pets may not exceed one, gallon aquarium to accommodate the fish, and the fish must be kept in the aquarium at all times, except as necessary for proper maintenance of the aquarium.
In no event may the fish or gravel from the fish's aquarium be placed in sinks, showers, toilets, or any other water fixture or common water source in eufene University's buildings. Students with disabilities who may require an exception to this policy should contact Accessible Education Center. UO Policy permits emotional support, therapy, and companion animals approved by University Housing.
Gender equity center
Live food for approved animals is also permitted. Any fish kept it in the halls must be removed for any extended absence of the owner including scheduled breaks in the absence of accommodations to care for the fish. All Accommodations need to be approved romo the Community Director prior to leaving the hall. Fish will be disposed of if left behind.
Care and maintaining residence halls and Rooms Residents agree to reasonably care for their Room — including plumbing, painting, repairs, electrical changes, etc. To prevent custodial charges, residents are responsible for the removal of their own trash and recycling to a centralized trash or recycling collection area outside of rom Hall. To prevent facilities charges, residents are responsible for keeping personal items in their Room, keeping common areas clean, not intentionally breaking property, etc.
General Room organization—residents must be able to exit the Room safely. Residents must agree to take out their trash and leftover food regularly to avoid pests and odors. Garbage cannot be left in the hallway for any period of time. All furniture must be kept in the Room to which it is ased. Residents are responsible to restore the Room to its original condition and configuration prior to Checkout.
This requires that all components, equipment and eugeen, are in the Room and assembled. Residents are financially responsible for any damage to their Room and furnishings other than normal wear and tear. Any costs to return the Room to its original condition will be charged to the residents. If there is more than one resident in a Room, each resident may, in the discretion of the university, be deemed to be tly and severally liable. Residents are not permitted to make or contract for painting, room of sex eugene oregon, or lighting or electrical changes; University Housing will make all repairs and changes.
Residents are required to notify University Housing immediately of any needed repair to their Room, bathroom, or common areas. Lofting, stacking, or oregno of any freestanding beds is prohibited. For those beds that can be lofted, it is the resident's responsibility to keep all parts in the Room and return the Loft Bed to the lowest height adjustment upon Checkout.
Cinderblocks and construction of loft or bunk beds are prohibited.
Access to earned sick days in eugene, oregon
Only bed risers made of high-density polyethylene that hold up to 1, pounds are permitted. Bed risers with kregon plugs are prohibited. Waterbeds are prohibited. Refrigerators larger than 4. Removing or altering window limiters is prohibited. Drugs Illegal use, possession, or furnishing of any controlled substance, including cannabis and cannabis-derived products is prohibited.
Possession or use of drug paraphernalia is prohibited.
Eugene springfield paramedic charged with conspiring to distribute controlled substances | usao-or | department of justice
Drug paraphernalia includes, but is not limited to: bongs, pipes, vaporizers, dabs, oils, and other devices intended to be used to facilitate the consumption of illegal drugs. Any drug paraphernalia will be confiscated.
Knowingly being in the presence of illegal drugs or paraphernalia is prohibited. Willful ignorance of the presence of illegal drugs or paraphernalia will be treated as knowing of their presence. Entry into the residence halls and Rooms Unauthorized entry into, or use of, euyene facilities, including buildings and grounds, is prohibited.
Community and crisis support for survivors
Use of University of Oregon residence halls is limited to the residents, their escorted oregpn, and other persons specifically authorized by Sed Housing. Use of roofs, sides of buildings, or outside ledges of the buildings to enter or exit a building is prohibited. Nothing is to be placed, stored, lf exhibited on the outside ledges of the buildings. Windows are to remain in their tracks. No one is allowed to sit on windowsills or extend any part of their body outside the windowsills.
Removal of any window screen is prohibited. Nothing is to be thrown, dropped, or spilled from the roofs, ledges, or windows. Nothing is to be thrown at windows or through doorways. Residents may not jump from or climb onto inside or outside balconies at Barnhart or Riley halls. The presence in a residence hall of any person not authorized by University Housing oergon as trespass. Those trespassing may be removed from the residence halls and arrested under the ordinances of the City of Eugene and are also subject to discipline under the university's Student Conduct Code.
Commercial solicitation, advertising, promotion, and commercial transactions are prohibited in all areas.
In order to sell or promote any merchandise or service for private profit on state property, a sales permit must be purchased from the University for each Sales Location. There is to be no solicitation on University Housing property including dining venues by non-University Housing groups without the express, written, permission of University Housing. Authorized personnel may enter a resident's Room and bathrooms for purposes of maintenance, routine inspections, cleaning, or in response to emergencies.
Bathroom facilities may not be used while being serviced by custodial and maintenance staff. Residents are responsible for the cleaning of in-room bathrooms; there will be regular inspections to assure that bathrooms are cleaned and maintained properly. Facilities Use Residence hall equipment, supplies, and furnishings must remain in their deated are and must not be dismantled.
Residents may use bathroom facilities that identify with their gender identity, including same-sex or gender-neutral bathroom facilities.
Residence hall standards & expectations
Each shower or toilet stall cannot be occupied by more than one person at a time, unless medically necessary. Reservation of lounges is prohibited to outside groups. Sports equipment must be kept in deated areas or in Rooms. Sports equipment is considered oregoon and may be discarded if left in unauthorized areas.