Help is available.
Many students, staff and faculty have found PLU’s Advocacy Services to be a good starting point for getting the help they need. Advocates are trained and confidential.
PLU’s Advocates provide individuals with options and resources so they can make informed decisions about their situation. They offer a safe, private setting to talk with individuals who have questions or concerns about sexual assault, intimate partner violence, or stalking. Those who speak with an advocate can share as much or as little information about their situation as they like.
Our Center for Gender Equity Advocates are away from campus May 20th – August 10th. If you are seeking advocacy services between these dates, please reach out to the following confidential on and off-campus resources:
- PLU Counseling Center Crisis Line: (253) 535-7075 (available 24/7) or PLU Counseling Center
- PLU Health Center
- If the Health Center is closed and you require urgent medical advice, you may contact the MultiCare nurse consulting line by calling 253-792-6410.
- PLU Campus Ministry
- Crystal Judson Family Justice Center (Pierce County’s Domestic Violence Services Center): 253-798-4166 (available Mon-Fri, 8:30am-4:30pm)
- Rebuilding Hope (Sexual Assault Center for Pierce County): (253) 474-7273 (available 24/7)