Women Safety Resources
Supporting a friend or family member who was a victim of sexual assault is an important step for his or her recovery. The Helping a Friend Who Was Sexually Assaulted Tri-Fold Brochures explain the importance of being a supportive and trustworthy friend and what steps should be taken to help a friend cope with the sexual assault.
Learn to say no to any sexual attention that makes you feel uncomfortable when you're on a date, in public, at work, at parties, or social gatherings. The How to Say No to Unwanted Sexual Attention Tri-Fold Brochure offers solutions for saying no in a variety of different social situations.
Human trafficking is the business of slavery – buying, owing, and selling people – and there are more people facing this reality today than at any other point in history. Uncover the horrifying and heartbreaking underworld of human slavery through this fictional short film. While the story accurately illustrates trafficking in America, it also demonstrates there is plenty of reason to hope. The tide is turning. We CAN end modern-day slavery in our lifetime.
Increase student safety awareness on this important campus fact of life. This booklet defines date rape, its causes and effects, and recommends what a rape victim should do. For both male and female students, it makes it clear that date rape is a crime with serious consequences.