Dating violence on college campus
In addition to the documents listed above, the Administrator Information Packet includes: OVW’s Technical Assistance Program offers grantees evidence-based models and promising practices to meet the challenges of preventing domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking on campus.
Technical assistance resources specific to campus grantees are listed below. TA2for a centralized listing of all training and technical assistance activities.
Check out these organizations and resources for information, support and legal aid, whether you’re living on or off campus.
Learn more about campus dating violence Contact Wendy Dickson, Director of Domestic Violence Training and Prevention, at 847-864-8445 for more information about how we can partner with your institution.
Users of the Microsoft Edge web browser will not be able to use the “back” button to re-enter the website after hitting the “X” or “Escape” button. We know that young people experience dating abuse and sexual violence at high rates, and many are experiencing these crimes while attending school.
It’s important to know that there are resources available to support you if someone is abusing or assaulting you.
Becoming aware of the services and resources available to survivors on your campus is one way you can support survivors and work to end gender-based violence on your campus.
Campus Grant Program | Campus Climate Surveys | Resources Technical Assistance | Campus Reports to Congress Sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking are serious problems on college and university campuses.
OVW’s Campus Program supports institutions of higher education in adopting comprehensive responses to sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.
OVW’s Campus Program awards grants to institutions of higher education to help create effective, comprehensive, and sustainable strategies to prevent and respond to these crimes.