HUB Ohio Room
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Join the Haven Project at the Six O’Clock series for a viewing of the short film Escalation and a discussion afterward. Learn how to identify the warning signs of an unhealthy and dangerous relationship and what you can do about it.
The film displays dating violence behaviors and may elicit strong feelings in viewers. Advocates will be on hand to discuss any feelings that arise.
HUB Monongahela Room
This training has been CANCELED.
What is a Green Dot? Come and learn all about the Green Dot Bystander Intervention Program. This training will equip you with information about barriers to action and realistic solutions. Let's work together to create a culture less tolerant of violence.
Every 73 seconds an American is sexually assaulted -RAINN.org
Attendance vouchers are available upon request.
This table event has been CANCELED.
Stop by and pick up some information about the Green Dot Bystander Intervention Program. Learn more about IUP's annual event, Take Back the Night, designed to raise awareness and support survivors of sexual violence.
Learn how you can help make a difference.
Suites on Maple East Room G-60
Another training to be held on March 31, 2020.
You only need to attend one training to volunteer.
Attendance vouchers are available upon request.
This table has been CANCELED.
Stop by and chat with a Haven Project peer and volunteer. Information about the Green Dot Bystander Intervention Program will be available.
Learn how you can make a difference
Humanities and Social Sciences Building, First Floor Lobby
This exhibit has been CANCELED.
Stop by to view this emotional display that brings awareness to
the issue of victim blaming and helps to dismantle the myth about clothing and
The full exhibit will be on display through April 3.
Smaller exhibits will be displayed in the Library, Eberly, and
Zink Hall beginning April 6 - 10.
Content Warning: The stories are real and contain descriptions of sexual assault. Some may find the content to be disturbing. Viewer discretion is advised.
This will be the final training for volunteers before the event.
Suites on Maple East Room G-18
This workshop has been canceled.
Come join us for the final sign making workshop before Take Back The Night 2020. Stop by and create a sign for the march to support all victims and survivors of sexual violence.
All materials will be provided.
Stop by and say hello to a Haven Project Peer and Volunteer and learn about what resources are available to IUP campus and the community for victims and survivors of sexual violence.
Eberly, Zink, and Stapleton Libray
This Exhibit has been CANCELED.
by to view this emotional display that brings awareness to the issue of victim
blaming and helps to dismantle the myth about clothing and sexual
violence. The exhibit will be available beginning April 6 and run through April 10.
Content Warning:The stories are real and contain descriptions
of sexual assault. Some may find the content to be disturbing.
Viewer discretion is advised.
This activity has been CANCELED.
Join us to chalk the sidewalk the day before the Take Back the Night march. Chalk empowering messages, facts, and artwork to show support to victims and survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence.
Chalk will be provided.
Putt-Delaney Courtyard to the HUB
This event has been CANCELED.
Join the Haven Project, along with many faculty, staff, students, and community members as we march together to Take Back the Night for victims and survivors of sexual violence on Wednesday, April 8, 2020. People can gather at 7:15 p.m. in the Putt-Delaney Courtyard as we prepare for the march with t-shirts, signs, chant cards, glow sticks, etc. We will have a kickoff with music and speakers, and then the march will take place at 8:00 p.m. and end up at the HUB for the Speak Out to follow. The Speak Out is open for anyone interested and is a place where victims and survivors can share their stories. The Just Paws Therapy Dogs will be available during the Speak Out as well.
For more information, please visit The Haven Project website.
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The Haven Project will be available for you to stop by and learn the facts about sexual violence. Information will be provided for those looking for help and resources for victims and survivors of abuse.
For more information, visit the Haven Project website.
Even though we can't be together for Take Back the Night, the Haven Project is asking survivors of sexual violence to share their stories anonymously so we can
hold a Virtual Speak Out on April 15.
Anyone that is interested in sharing their story of sexual assault can do so anonymously via the google doc linked below. We ask that if you submit a story, please leave out any identifying information for yourself and the person that caused the assault.
The Haven Project will read the stories on April 15 via social media. We want to continue to show our support for victims and survivors of sexual assault.
Anonymous Google Doc for Survivor Stories
The deadline to submit a story is Monday, April 13.
Please follow the Haven Project on social media for information on Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month and our other topics:
Questions? Visit the Haven Project website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Haven Project Social Media and Website
The Haven Project will read the personal stories of sexual assault survivors .
Please follow the Haven Project on social media for information on Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month.
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