The Haven Project collaborates with students and staff across campus to offer a number of comprehensive educational programs focused on sexual violence, domestic/dating violence, stalking, consent, healthy and unhealthy relationships, human trafficking,
and bystander intervention through the Green Dot Bystander Intervention Program. Presentations, trainings, and workshops can be individualized based on the particular needs of the audience. Campus groups and organizations that plan to host their own
programs are encouraged to contact email@example.com to request a program or for consultation and support.
Workshops, usually ranging from one to two hours, can be presented to groups both large and small and can cover a range of topics related to sexual violence, domestic/dating violence, stalking, and consent, healthy and unhealthy relationships, human trafficking,
and bystander intervention through the Green Dot Bystander Intervention Program. The Haven Project workshops are designed to be interactive and informative and can be tailored to meet the needs of individual groups. Below is an overview of the available
workshops. Request one at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Goal: Provide students with the tools to recognize the warning signs of relationship abuse (remembering that emotional abuse is a huge issue that is often overlooked or not acknowledged), to understand the difference between healthy and
unhealthy relationship behaviors, and to learn ways to safely intervene to help a friend. This workshop is meant to inspire young people to create and expand movements in their communities to end relationship violence.
Goal: Educate IUP faculty, staff, and students on the Green Dot Bystander Intervention program, which centers around the students being catalyst's for culture change on college campuses surrounding power-based personal violence and becoming
an active bystander.
Goal: Provide IUP faculty, staff, and students with an overview of the Haven Project, and topics including sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, consent, and stalking; identify on- and off-campus resources; and discuss how they can
best support anyone impacted by sexual violence.
Goal: Educate students on the main components of a healthy relationship and what constitutes an unhealthy relationship, how to get out of an unhealthy relationship, how to help a friend, and on- and off-campus resources for help.
Goal: Provide IUP faculty, staff, and students with information on the It’s On Us campaign, learn about power-based personal violence (domestic violence, sexual violence, stalking), men as victims and as allies, barriers to intervening
and how we can become proactive bystanders (Green Dot), and resources for help both on and off campus.
To request a program, email email@example.com.