SafeCampus Supports you

In the University of Washington community, we care for one another. People often turn to friends or colleagues they trust when they need support. But it can be hard to figure out what to do if someone you know is concerned about their safety, or if you notice behaviors that make you or others uncomfortable.

With SafeCampus you have support. The SafeCampus team will listen to your concerns and provide guidance and safety plans tailored to your situation. Their caring, trained professionals will talk you through options and connect you with additional resources if you want them.

No call is too big or too small. All calls are private. You can call anonymously and share as much or as little as you want.


Experiences (yours or someone else’s) including:

  • Inappropriate behavior from a student,
    staff or faculty member
  • Verbal or online threats
  • Neglect or abuse of a minor
  • Sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking
    or relationship violence

Concerning behaviors in another person, including:

  • Dramatic changes in personality, mood or
  • Withdrawing from friends, workplace
    or academics
  • Unusual irritability, outbursts of anger or
  • Making comments or online posts about
    harming themselves or others
  • Crossing boundaries (for instance, excessive
    phone calls, emails and/or visits)
  • Making references to school shootings and/or identifying with mass shooters


SEATTLE |206-685-7233|


TACOMA |253-692-7233|

Available 24 hours/7 days a week

In urgent situations, call 911