Confidential and Anonymous Support and Resources
704 E. Sharp Ave
Health & Counseling Services functions as your private physician's office and counseling center. The Health & Counseling Services staff have a strong focus on wellness and want you to fully benefit from Gonzaga’s Jesuit education. Our Board Certified Family Physicians, Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses and Counselors are here to give you our expertise and care in a confidential setting. Our clinicians are able to diagnose and treat illnesses, prescribe medications, provide psychological counseling, and support students with long-term health concerns. We can attend to medical needs, including STD**, and pregnancy testing after an assault. Please be aware that the Health & Counseling Services cannot collect evidence, but will arrange free transportation to a local facility that can. Health & Counseling Services is a confidential resource. To schedule an appointment, please call (509) 313-4052.
** HIV testing is available at the Health & Counseling Services as well as through the Spokane Regional Health District
Phone call or Text
(509) 342-8564 (Phone and Text)
or (509) 313-6119 (Phone)
Gonzaga has partnered with Lutheran Community Services to provide an on-campus, confidential, sexual assault victim advocate. The advocate can inform you of your rights and options. LCS Northwest Advocates are a legally protected support person with privileged communication who can be present in law enforcement reporting, interviews, Title IX proceedings and criminal and civil court hearings. Advocates can also assist in petitioning and obtaining lawful protection orders, as well as safety planning at any stage of their journey. Additionally, the advocate can walk you through your criminal and Title IX reporting options and can assist you in connecting to confidential support resources such as counseling and support groups. If you need immediate assistance, you can call LCS Northwest's 24-Hour crisis line at (509) 624-7273. Advocates can accompany you to the hospital and assist you through a forensic examination if you so choose. You will be connected to the on-campus advocate the next business day.
Crosby Hall Room 216
Students who have ongoing support needs or want additional assistance as a result of an incident of sexual misconduct or domestic/dating violence are welcome to reach out to the Center for Cura Personalis (CCP). Our case managers can assist students in connecting to on and off campus resources that can help with a variety of concerns and needs. CCP also facilitates numerous programs that promote bystander behavior and support sexual assault prevention. If you aren’t sure where to start, CCP is often a great place. You can contact CCP by calling us at (509) 313-2227 or emailing us at email@example.com. Located at 729 E Boone Ave.
Hemmingson Room 215
The LGBTQ+ Resource Center at Gonzaga University is inspired and guided by the university mission and values of faith, service, justice, leadership, and ethics. It aims to serve as a center for supporting community, networking, research, and education related to concerns shared by students, staff, and faculty of diverse sexual orientations, gender identities, and expressions.
Hemmingson Room 104
The Office of Mission & Ministry’s mission is to support members of the Gonzaga community in their spiritual growth and development, empowering them to live out God’s love in the world. Rooted in the university’s Catholic, Jesuit and humanistic tradition, the Office of Mission & Ministry provides opportunities for people of all backgrounds to explore faith and build community, especially through retreats, Mass and worship, small groups, spiritual direction, residence ministry and more. Whether you’re hoping to challenge yourself to greater spiritual growth, or simply need a safe space to talk, stop by the Office of Mission & Ministry for open conversations and welcoming hearts.
***Any priest serving as a sacramental confessor or any ordained religious clergy serving in their sacred confidence role.
503 E. Sharp Ave (9am-4pm, M-F)
(509) 313-2222 (available 24/7, 365 days a year)
Campus Security & Public Safety Officers are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to respond to incidents of gender-based and sexual misconduct. Officers are able to take reports, provide support, and assist in contacting LCS Northwest and/or local law enforcement. Campus Security can also arrange free transportation to local hospitals for students who wish to seek medical attention or pursue evidence collection after experiencing sexual assault.
Foley Library, Room 208
Students who have diagnosed health or mental health needs as a result of an incident of sexual misconduct or domestic/dating violence may want to consider working with the Disability Access Office to see if academic or living accommodations are appropriate. The Disability Access Office can be contacted at (509) 313-4134 or by visiting their office on the second floor of Foley. Disability Access keeps all medical records confidential; however, they must report any information regarding gender-based and sexual misconduct to the University.