The SAVES Office on campus provides support and services for students. The SAVES office is here to support students, whether it is encouraging them in their decisions to Live Well, ongoing services through recovery, or services related to sexual assault, dating violence, harassment, or stalking.
The WRC, located in the Radford, offers free programs and assistance in areas of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Legal Advocacy. The website also has useful information about these topics.
The Safe Space: Learn about dating basics and tips for a healthy relationship. Find facts about dating violence, and what you can do if you or your friend is in a dangerous situation.
- Speak Out: Read stories of people that have gone through or are going through abusive relationships. You are not alone.
Break the Cycle: A comprehensive website containing information and resources on dating violence and unhealthy relationships.
The Red Flag Campaign is a nation wide campaign that encourages college students to say something when they see a red flag in their own relationship or a friend’s relationship. Help be the change you want to see.
Take the “Healthy Relationship” quiz to see if there are any warning signs in your relationship that you should look out for. This website also provides resources on unhealthy relationships and information on the National Dating Abuse helpline.
Your mobile, IM, and online accounts are all a part of you. When someone you’re dating is controlling, disrespecting, or pressuring you in those spaces, learn what to do. Know where to draw the digital line. Watch a short cartoon on excessive texting in relationships and learn more about what to do if you are in a relationship with an excessive texter.
Take a look at several important Date Rape Myths and Facts that we all need to know.
RAINN: The nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization. Useful tips on reducing your risk of sexual assault from the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network.
The Planned Parenthood website lists responsibilities we all have in our sexual or romantic relationships.