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Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR)


The Oregon National Guard Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program provides community-wide prevention education as well as victim and survivor advocacy services to service members, employees, and eligible dependents in the Oregon National Guard who experience sexual assault and/or sexual harassment. 

A SAPR professional is available to assist 24/7 by contacting the numbers below:

ARNG Helpline: (503) 756-5327
142 WG Helpline: (971) 806-4054
173 FW Helpline: (541) 591-5545

Advocacy Services:

  • Crisis intervention
  • Emotional support
  • Non-clinical safety assessments and safety planning
  • Accompaniment to appointments and interviews
  • Helping to securing county or military protective orders
  • Exploring reporting options based on circumstances and preferences
  • Warm hand offs to internal partners (SMFS, SEEM, Special Victims Counsel, Behavioral Health, Chaplain)
  • Providing referrals to community agencies for interpersonal violence and/or mental health

Eligibility requirements:

  • NG members who were sexually assaulted before enlistment or commissioning.
  • NG members who were sexually assaulted in a duty status and non-duty status.
  • If an assault occurs outside of active service or inactive training, members will be eligible to receive timely access to advocacy services from a SARC and VA.
  • Dependents of NG members who are at least 18 years old.
  • Title 32 and Title 5 employees (LOD entitlements are not applicable).
  • State Active Duty members are eligible for limited SAPR services and limited state benefits which may consist of limited health care services in the form of emergency care.
  • Title 10 Soldiers

Anonymous and confidential 24/7 crisis support from the DOD SAFE HELPLINE:
Call: 877-995-5247
Online chat

Additional Resources:

Information for family and friends of survivors.

Information for leadership.

POC for the ORNG SAPR Program is Andrea Hugmeyer, JFHQ SARC:


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Instagram: @orng_sapr

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