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What do Advocates do?

As Victim-Survivor Advocates,we provide free, confidential support services to students, faculty, and staff who have experienced interpersonal violence. This includes, but is not limited to, dating and domestic violence, sexual harassment, stalking, sexual assault and rape. Our approach is to provide excellence in service by assisting clients in accessing and navigating any resources, processes, and/or services that they feel would be relevant and helpful to them. We believe empowering our clients to make informed decisions around their healing.   

For more information see a complete list of the services we can provide.

 


What will the first meeting be like?

During your intake meeting with the Victim-Survivor advocates, you will be asked to fill out some basic information and consent forms. Our initial goal is to hear your concerns and provide you with relevant options and services so you have the tools you need to make informed decisions about how to move forward in seeking healing and justice. Following the meeting the advocate may ask if it is okay to follow up with you via email or phone. All information shared with us will be kept confidential within the Center for Student Wellness.

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Last Updated: 8/28/18