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Emergency Resources

If you feel that you are in immediate danger, please call 911.

Are you looking for resources related to anxiety, depression, suicide, sexual assault, erratic behavior, injury, a medical emergency, or other trauma? Get help now. Utilize the many on- and off-campus resources available to you to prevent crisis, intervene in an emergency, and find follow-up support.

Early alert

Behavioral Intervention Team
bit@wallawalla.edu
Contact if you are concerned in general for your safety and wellbeing, or the safety and wellbeing of something else. Learn more about the Good Samaritan Policy in the Student Handbook >

Immediate assistance

Campus Security
(509) 527-2222
Available 24 hours a day. Campus Security can also connect you with a campus counselor or the Title IX Coordinator in after-hours emergencies.
Local Law Enforcement
911
If you feel you are in immediate danger, please call 911.
Crisis Lines
YWCA Crisis Center
(509) 529-9922
213 S. 1st Ave., Walla Walla
Walla Walla Crisis Response Unit
(509) 524-2999
Providence St. Mary Medical Center
(509) 525-3320
401 W. Poplar, Walla Walla

Ongoing assistance

Counseling and advocacy services

ON CAMPUS
Counseling and Testing Center

(509) 527-2147
Services are free to students
Counseling services >
ON CAMPUS
Campus Chaplain

(509) 527-2010
chaplain@wallawalla.edu
Chaplain's office >

Health care providers

ON CAMPUS
University Health Clinic

(509) 527-2425
Health services >

OFF CAMPUS
Providence St. Mary Medical Center

(425) 525-3355
401 W. Poplar, Walla Walla
Providence.org >

Title IX Coordinator
Walla Walla University

Jennifer Carpenter
(509) 527-2511
The Title IX coordinator is trained in issues of sex discrimination and sexual misconduct and can connect you to resources, answer questions, offer other forms of assistance as appropriate, and provide ongoing support with an institutional disciplinary process or a criminal process.
Get help now >
File a report >

Crisis services available for Walla Walla University satellite campuses


Department of Education Office for Civil Rights

915 Second Avenue, Room 3310
Seattle, WA 98174-1099
Phone: (206) 607-1600 | Fax: (206) 607-1601 | Email: OCR.Seattle@ed.gov

Last update on May 3, 2019