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IUP Shares What They Would Tell a Survivor

In honor of April, which is sexual assault awareness month, the Haven Project invites you to view the "What Would You Tell A Survivor?" video offering encouraging messages of hope and support.

Organizations and Groups Invited to Show Support to Survivors of Sexual Assault

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The Haven Project invites your organization to show support to survivors of sexual assault with your participation in Take Back the Night 2022.

Volunteer for Sexual Violence Awareness Month

Join the Haven Project for a presentation on Sexual Violence. Attendees can volunteer to assist with activities in April for Sexual Violence Awareness Month.

Clothesline Project: T-Shirt Making Workshop for Victims and Survivors

The Haven Project invites victims and survivors of sexual violence to design a shirt which will be anonymously displayed as part of Take Back the Night to raise awareness and show support for victims and survivors of these crimes.

Take Back the Night 2022 with Luminaries and Virtual Speak Out

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. On April 13, the Haven Project invites you to take back the night for survivors of sexual assault. Join us and show your support.

Yard Games Fun with Green Dot

The Haven Project invites all students for an afternoon of fun and games with Green Dot.

Green Dot Training with IUP Leads

IUP Leads is hosting a Green Dot Training in Bystander Intervention. All students are welcome to attend.

Looking for Survivor Stories for Virtual Speak Out for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The Haven Project is asking for anonymous survivor stories so we can hold a Virtual Speak Out on Wednesday, April 13, available at 4:00 p.m. on IUP’s YouTube channel and Haven Project’s website, to continue to support victims and survivors of sexual violence.

Green Dot Week of Action

IUP is going green! Join the Haven Project for Green Dot Week of Action. The week of March 21–25 is full of opportunities to get Green Dot trained and become an active bystander.

Green Dot Training (Virtual)

Join the Haven Project for a virtual Green Dot training during the Common Hour.

Stalking 101: Signs, Safety, and Support

Join the Haven Project, Sigma Kappa, and Sigma Chi members to learn about stalking, how it can become dangerous, and what you can do if you are being stalked. Everyone is welcome.

Be a Green Dot Volunteer

Join the Haven Project for Green Dot Volunteer Training. Become a volunteer and help us promote Green Dots all across campus.

Healthy Relationships Presentation With Theta Phi Alpha

Everyone is invited to join the Haven Project and Theta Phi Alpha for an information session on relationships. Discover where your relationship falls on the spectrum between healthy, unhealthy, and abusive and learn where you can get help if you need it.

Green Dot Training During the Common Hour (Virtual)

Join the Haven Project and be trained in the Green Dot Bystander Intervention Program. Learn how to become an active voice and step in when someone needs it the most.

Green Dot Training, Sponsored by Students Against Racism

Join the Haven Project and Students Against Racism for an open training in the Green Dot Intervention Program. Learn how to be an active voice and step in when someone needs it the most.

Healthy Relationships Volunteer Training

Attend the Healthy Relationships training with the Haven Project and be eligible to volunteer at tabling events in February.

IUP Receives Fifth Year of “It’s On Us Pa” Funding

For the fifth year, Indiana University of Pennsylvania has received a $30,000 grant through Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf’s It’s On Us PA initiative to combat campus sexual assault.

Alumnus Branin Returns to IUP as Official "It's On Us" Trainer

Alumnus Adrianna Branin returned to IUP to present It's On Us training. She also took some time to reflect on her experience at IUP and winning the Biden Courage Award.

IUP Students Participate in SETpoint Empowerment Self Defense Program

The Haven Project was host to the SETpoint Empowerment Based, Self Defense Training Program. Thirty-nine IUP students participated in the program whose mission is to reduce sexual and physical assault, particularly among targeted and marginalized communities.

It's On Us Presentation

Join the Haven Project and Phi Kappa Tau for a presentation to learn more about It's On Us. This National Campaign is dedicated to college sexual assault prevention and survivor support.

Short Film: “Behind The Post”

The Haven Project and Theta Phi Alpha invite you to a viewing of “Behind The Post,” a short film and workshop by the One Love Foundation. One conversation can open someone's eyes to healthy or unhealthy relationship behaviors that they never before considered.

What is Green Dot All About?

Join the Haven Project and be trained in the Green Dot Bystander Intervention Program. Our mission is to have fewer people hurt by power-based personal violence. This includes sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking.

Haven Hosts Presentation on Intimate Partner Violence with Adrianna Branin

IUP Haven Project welcomes back IUP alumna Adrianna Branin, 2019 Biden Courage Award winner, and Assistant Director of Trainings for It’s On Us, for a presentation on Intimate Partner Violence Awareness and Prevention. It’s On Us has grown into the nation’s largest nonprofit program dedicated to college sexual assault prevention and survivor support activating students on hundreds of campuses in awareness and prevention programs.

It’s On Us Volunteer Training

Join the Haven Project and learn about the national campaign that encourages all of us to be better bystanders and teaches us about power-based violence, sexual violence prevention, toxic masculinity, men as allies, and more.

Silent Witness Display

A silent witness is a silhouette that bears the name and true story of an adult or child that was killed by domestic violence. We must commit to be their voices now that they can no longer speak for themselves.