Sex Signals Follow-up Discussions
Domestic Violence Awareness Month
The Vagina Monologues
Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM)
Take Back the Night (TBTN)
The Clothesline Project
The SAAP Coordinators collaborate with a variety of departments, student groups and community organizations to offer programs, workshops & training opportunities for students, faculty and staff around the issues of harassment, stalking, intimate partner and sexual violence. Below is a listing of a few of the programs we offer. If you do not find a program that meets your group's concerns, please don't hesitate to contact us to develop a program to meet your group's specific needs. Blitz: SAAP or call 603-646-9414 to schedule a program or to request more information.
Effects of Sexual Violence/Intimate Partner Violence
First Responder Training for Sexual & Intimate Partner Violence
This 2hr training for students, faculty, or staff teaches how to appropriately respond when a victim/survivor discloses that they have experienced intimate partner or sexual violence. This training provides basic first responder skills, crisis intervention, college protocol, resource referral and follow-up procedures.
Intimate Partner Violence 101
Rape Aggression Defense (RAD)
This course is a 13hr credited course (one Physical Education credit). Three types of RAD courses are offered at Dartmouth: Basic RAD, Advanced RAD and Ku-Baton. Courses are offered every term to Dartmouth students, faculty, staff, community members, and independent groups. The class includes risk reduction, physical defense techniques and most importantly self-empowerment! If interested, please Blitz Rebel Roberts for more information, to register for a class or to plan a class for your group. To obtain PE credit students must attend all 4 sessions of the class. Click HERE for more information on RAD at Dartmouth!
Sexual Assault Peer Advisor (SAPA) Training
This 32hr training is typically offered for students during Fall, Winter & Summer terms and designed to train students to become advocates for victims/survivors of intimate partner and sexual violence. This training is designed to give students the knowledge and ability to learn the primary information necessary to be a good resource for their peers who may experience intimate partner or sexual violence. The content of the training includes basic knowledge of relationship and sexual violence, first responder skills, crisis intervention, medical and mental health concerns and services, judicial and legal services and procedures, referral procedures and additional relevant content. Click HERE for more information on becoming a SAPA!
Sexual Violence 101
Last Updated: 8/23/12