Welcome to the Haven Project

Content warning: This video contains signs of support for victims and survivors of sexual assaults that may be triggering. Please be aware before viewing.

We are the department on campus that assists students with the issues of sexual violence, domestic/dating violence, and stalking.

We collaborate with University Police, the Pennsylvania State Police, Indiana Borough Police, the Alice Paul House, and the Counseling Center.

We support victims and survivors by providing confidential counseling, and information on resources, accommodations, and reporting options.

We educate the campus community on these issues by providing educational programming and awareness campaigns and events.

We provide volunteer opportunities, internships, and practicums for students to partner with us.

Our mission is to make our campus safer. We aspire to change our campus culture one green dot at a time using the Green Dot Bystander Intervention Program. We want everyone at IUP to know that violence is not accepted and that it is everyone's responsibility to do something about it.

We believe that It's On Us, all of us, to make our campus safer.

Five-Time Winner of Governor Wolf's It's On Us Grant!

It's On Us: Indiana University of Pennsylvania (wordmark)

News

Healthy Relationships Volunteer Training

The Haven Project invites you to attend training and be a volunteer in February.

Redefining Masculinity Event and Giveaway November 9, 2022

Redefining Masculinity is an event for male-identifying and masculine-presenting individuals to examine the role masculinity plays in society.

Haven Project Volunteer Training: Together We Can Make A Difference

Join the Haven Project to learn about the It's On Us Campaign and volunteer for November events. Together, we can change the culture on campus surrounding sexual assault.

Movie With A Message Night: Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Since October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Haven Project and the University College will host a movie (based on a Nicholas Sparks book) that brings light to domestic violence and relationship trauma. Discussion to follow.

Silent Witnesses on Display for Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Stop by to view the Silent Witness Display around campus in October for Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Events