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Schedule a Program for Your Group

A variety of education and awareness programs are available and can be provided to any student or campus group.   Programs are generally interactive and are designed to meet the specific needs of your group.  Programs can be provided in the evening to accommodate student schedules.  Contact Gail Trimpe-Morrow to schedule a program. 

Information and educational programs are available on the following topics.  Other topics relating to sexual assault and relationship can also be presented.

  • Sexual Assault Myths and Facts :  This program reviews common misperceptions of sexual violence, provides accurate information within a cultural context, reviews risk reduction strategies and resources 
  • What is Consent, What is Rape?  This program reviews definitions of sexual assault and provides an interactive discussion of how consent for sex is established.  Risk reduction strategies and resources are also reviewed.  
  • Healthy Sexuality:  Where is Your LINE?  This interactive discussion encourages participants to think about their own sexual limits and how these limits can be established in any sexual encounter.  The discussion also focuses on good communication, healthy sexuality, risk reduction and resources.
  • How to Help a Friend – Be an Active Bystander.  This program focuses on safe ways to become involved in the prevention of sexual violence and encourages participants to become involved in establishing a safe campus community.  Participants will identify high risk situations, a variety of strategies and resources for intervening and how to be an active support for a friend who has been a victim of sexual violence.
  • What Do Guys Need to Know:  How Not to Get Accused?  Men often express concern about being falsely accused of sexual assault and feel helpless to prevent this.  This program will review strategies for establishing consent for sexual activity and the risks encountered when acting on body language and assumptions. Men can play a very active and supportive role in the prevention of sexual violence, and strategies for “bystander intervention” will be discussed.

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