Advocates are available to assist victims in making informed decisions about medical, law enforcement, and court processes and will act as a liaison between the victim and other social service agencies. Advocates provide supportive counseling that includes safety planning, education on the dynamics of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking, assistance in establishing an Action Plan and setting personal goals, and providing information and referrals.
Interested in becoming a student advocate with Students for Violence Prevention?
Sexual violence can include sexual actions and words that coerce, manipulate, or are forced upon someone with the intent to intimidate, humiliate, dominate, subjugate, or control.
The legal definitions of stalking in Kansas is intentional, malicious, and repeated following or harassment of another person and making a credible threat with the intent to place such person in reasonable fear for such person's safety.
Domestic Violence is the pattern of abusive & coercive behaviors used to gain power & control over the victim.
Schedule A Presentation With Us!
We would love to come to your class, meeting, or program to educate on the following topics: dating violence, domestic violence, bystander behaviors, sexual assault, and stalking.Contact us:
Ali Smith, Student Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brooke Powell, SVP Adviser/Campus Victims Advocate: email@example.com
Temporary Office: Hartman Hall 203 (Inside the Campus Activities Office) 620-235-4831
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Winners will receive dinner and a movie for two. There are three categories: couples, friends, and co-workers. Entry questionnaires can be picked up near the Valentine decorated boxes located at the following locations: Student Recreation Center, Technology Center, Psychology and Counseling Office (Whitesitt Hall), Information Desk (Overman Student Center), and the Student Health Center. All entries must be submitted on or before 3:00PM February 10, 2015 by placing them in the boxes at the locations above. Winners will be announced and contacted on February 12th! You can also download the form here, fill it out, and return it to one of the locations above.
March 9 - 13
April 1 - 30
In the United States April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). The goal of SAAM is to raise public awareness about sexual violence and to educate communities on how to prevent it. We will be holding a variety of events during April! Stay tuned for more information.