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AWAREness Campaigns

If you or someone you know experiences violence, you're not alone. Help is available.

AWAREness campaigns are sponsored throughout the year. Information tables, posters, ads, table tents, and educational programs are used to bring violence prevention information and AWAREness to students.

Follow the links below to find out more about our AWAREness campaigns! 

    Clothesline Project

    The Clothesline Project is a visual display that bears witness to the violence against women.

    Domestic Violence AWAREness

    The Domestic Violence AWAREness Campaign was designed to educate students on domestic and dating violence, as well as campus and community resources available for victims of these crimes.

    Green Light Campaign

    The Green Light Campaign spreads awareness about the vital role consent plays in relationships.

    Healthy Relationships

    The Healthy Relationship AWAREness Campaign was designed to educate students on the building blocks of healthy relationships. 

    RAINN Day

    Each September, the Haven Project sponsors RAINN Day. RAINN is the largest anti-sexual assault organization in the U.S. RAINN Day is our way of supporting this organization’s effort to educate campuses, support survivors, and take a stand against sexual assault.

    Stalking AWAREness

    The Stalking AWAREness Campaign was designed to educate students on stalking, as well as campus and community resources available for victims of this crime.

    Turn the Red Zone Green

    Turn the Red Zone Green is an AWAREness Campaign designed to combat the Red Zone and promote a safer campus community that is supportive of victims and survivors of violence.

    Take Back the Night

    Each April, the Haven Projects sponsors Take Back the Night, a march to raise awareness about sexual violence and show support for victims and survivors.

    Bystanders Step Up!

    Step Up AWAREness Campaign was designed to help students learn how to safely step in and offer help or step out and get help for an individual in need.

    Men Can Stop Violence

    What can need to know about their role in helping stop violence against women.


    If you have questions or would like to speak to someone about resources for survivors of violence, help is available.

    Contact the Haven Project at (724) 357-4799 or the Counseling Center at (724) 357-2621. Both services are provided by the Center for Health and Well-Being, located in the Suites on Maple East.

    You may also contact your local crisis hotline:

    • Suites on Maple-East
    • Suite G-59
      901 Maple Street
      Indiana, PA 15705
    • Phone: 724-357-4799
    • Fax: 724-357-4457
    • Office Hours
    • Monday through Friday
    • 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
    • 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.