Community Resources for Students, Staff, and Faculty

Students gather at Red Square
(Photo credit: Daniel Kim, The Daily)

In the wake of recent events, including increased instances of violence and hate on our campus and in our community, the Department of Philosophy echoes UW President Ana Mari Cauce's stance that "We are committed to the safety and security of all those in our community. This is not a political issue -- it is a human rights issue."

List of Resources for Students, Staff, and Faculty

University of Washington Position Statements:
November 9th Statement from President Ana Mari Cauce on “Our Shared Ideals”
November 17th Statement form President Ana Mari Cauce on “A safe and welcoming place for all”
AES Position Statement on Undocumented Students

Office of Global Affairs
Information and resources for UW community members regarding the January 27 executive order

UW Resources via SafeCampus
http://www.washington.edu/safecampus/resources/uw-resources/
http://www.washington.edu/safety/
http://www.washington.edu/safety/files/2015/08/emergency-toolkit-2015.pdf

UW Reporting Portal for Bias Incidents:
https://report.bias.washington.edu/

UW Division of Student Life
http://www.washington.edu/studentlife/about/

UW Teaching Resources
http://www.washington.edu/teaching/post-election-resources-and-support/

King County Resources (Emergency Shelters, Services, Medical Services, Reentry Assistance, Housing, and Food)
http://crisisclinic.org/education/emergency-services-brochures/

King County Social Services:
http://www.kingcounty.gov/services/social-services.aspx

Washington State 2-1-1: statewide database of community resources
https://www.resourcehouse.info/win211/Index 

For a working collection of comprehensive resources, please see here:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1H38Avc8eNwaARytH0I6muEiDuFAmhZS0PpiRY2scrfI/edit?ts=582f3871|
This working document was initially compiled by the Department of Anthropology, who have generously shared it with our community. We welcome additions to the resources listed here. Please send your suggestions to Philosophy graduate advisor, Britta Anson (brittama@uw.edu).

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