In this webinar hosted by Green Dot, Dr. Cruz talked about ways in which campuses can ensure they are being inclusive of and affirmative toward LGTBQ students. Dr. Cruz defined key terms and spoke about what to do and not do when engaging LGBTQ students. Dr. Cruz gave suggestions for ways campuses can improve their reach and meaningfully engage LGBTQ students on their campuses. She also answered questions about attitudes toward LGBTQ student groups, training judicial boards on hearing cases involving LGBTQ students, and where campuses can find resources to help them with their prevention efforts with regard to LGBTQ students.
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As part of the Not Alone report and website, Key Components of Sexual Assault Crisis Intervention/Victim Service Resources highlights essential elements to sexual assault crisis intervention such as: confidentiality, campus crisis response, and community response. As stated in the document, “This document discusses the existing research on sexual assault crisis intervention and victim services. It is important that campuses engage in practices that are effective so that survivors get the help they need, and campuses are not wasting vital resources on services which don’t accomplish this goal. This document is meant to be the start of a conversation for schools as they work to ensure accessible support services for victims on their campuses.”
With funding from the Ohio Department of Health, this excerpt is from Ohio State University’s Rape Education and Prevention Program publication “When Men Are Raped.” This resource provides information on male sexual assault, common responses some men might experience after their assault, and how service providers can support male survivors. Click here for more information.
A list of resources for male survivors provided by Men Can Stop Rape. Among a few of the resources are Male Survivor and 1in6. Click here for more.
The American Association of University Women released a resource for faculty, staff, students, and advocates to raise awareness about sexual violence on their campus. Click below to view the resource.
Provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, this resource helps find a health care facility in your community.
Provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, this resource can help find a mental health facility or program in your community.