Right to Know, Support, & Resources
We believe that self-care and stress management are important, and encourage you to be mindful of the impact this situation may be having on all aspects of your life.
Centralia College recognizes that being involved in an investigation surrounding Title IX topics (sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking, and the issue of consent) is difficult. Everyone included is affected in some way. We want you to know that support and resources are available, both on and off campus.
Our processes and procedures are designed to provide equitable support and opportunity for the parties involved. The College will seek to protect the privacy of the complainant to the full extent possible, consistent with the legal obligation to investigate, take appropriate remedial and/or disciplinary action, and comply with the federal and state law, as well as the College policies and procedures. The College cannot guarantee complete confidentiality.
WHAT IS SEXUAL MISCONDUCT?
Sexual misconduct is a type of violence that uses power, control, and/or intimidation to harm another. It includes nonconsensual sexual intercourse, nonconsensual sexual contact, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. Consent is a free and clearly given yes, not the absence of a no, and cannot be received when a person is incapacitated by alcohol or drugs.
Discrimination and Harassment Policy and Procedure, Policy 1.135 and 1.136 (WAC 132L-300-020)
Full student policies including more information about Title IX are available at:
- Discrimination and Harassment Policy (WAC)
- Centralia College Policy 1.135
- Discrimination and Harassment Procedure (WAC)
- Centralia College Procedure 1.136
CAMPUS SUPPORT & RESOURCES
Title IX Coordinator
Julie D. Huss, JD
Vice President, Human Resources and Legal Affairs
Hanson Administration Building
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Robert Cox, Vice President, Student Services
TransAlta Commons Room ###
TAC, Room ###
TransAlta Commons Room 208
- HOPE Alliance 1-800-460-7233
- Safe Place (24 hour): 360-754-6300
- Awareness Counseling: 360-330-2832
- Domestic Violence Hot Line (24 hour): 1-800-244-7414
- 1 in 6 Hot Line (24 hour online help)
- LGBTQIA+ National Hotline (24 hour): 1-888-843-4564
- Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs: 360-754-7583
- Cascade Mental Health: 1-800-559-6696
- Legal Advocacy
Local Medical Hospitals
- Providence Centralia Hospital: 360-736-2803
- Valley View Health Center Centralia: – 360-669-0335
- Valley View Centralia Walk-in Clinic: 360-736-3042
- Valley View Medical Chehalis Clinic: 360-330-9595
- Morton General Hospital: 360-496-5112
- Capital Medical Center: 1-800-677-9757
Centralia College Non-Discrimination Policy
It is the policy of Centralia College to assure equal opportunity and nondiscrimination on the basis of race or ethnicity, creed, color, national origin, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, age, religion, the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability, and status as a disabled or Vietnam-era veteran.
Julie Huss, Vice President for Human Resources & Legal Affairs
Robert Cox, Vice President for Student Services