IUP Shares What They Would Tell a Survivor

Posted on 4/26/2021 10:26:37 AM

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.  

IUP and its community partners want survivors to know that they matter, they are heard, they are supported, and they are not alone.  

Tom Segar, vice president for Student Affairs, holding a sign saying "What would you tell a survivor? We support you! We care about you! You matter to us!"The video will be released on Wednesday, April 28, on the Haven Project website.

Sexual assault is a difficult topic to vocalize, so we want to provide resources if anyone would need to reach out.  

  • The Alice Paul House* (24/7 hotline) -
    724-349-4444
  • The Haven Project – 724-357-3947
  • IUP Counseling Center* – 724-357-2621
  • University Police – 724-357-2141
  • The Office of Student Support and Community Standards – 724-357-1264
  • Title IX Coordinator – 724-357-3402
  • LGBTQIA Support – 724-357-2598

*confidential resources

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Questions, concerns, or comments? Please email haven-project@iup.edu.