Prevention, Awareness, and Education

There are many resources dedicated to equipping the community to respond to sexual assault or sexual violence.
In this Section

Campus Resources

Wellness PROs - The Wellness PROs (Peers Reaching Out) are UW-Stout students who promote health and wellness as part of Counseling Center outreach. Programming includes healthy relationships, bystander intervention, and alcohol-facilitated sexual assault prevention.

Peer Health Educators - PHEs are UW-Stout students who promote activities that contribute to a healthy campus as part of Student Health Services outreach. Programming includes presentations and events promoting safe sex and sexual health.

Students for Consent - This student organization seeks to provide education and awareness to prevent sexual violence, and empowerment and advocacy for survivors of sexual violence.

Local Resources

Bridge to Hope - Provides prevention education on campus and in the local community.

State Resources

UW System Task Force on Sexual Violence and Harassment - Created to help UW System campuses assess attitudes, raise awareness and evaluate policies and practices prevent and respond to sexual violence and harassment.

Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault (WCASA) - Campus-specific prevention information and assistance.

National Resources

It’s On Us National campaign utilizing creative content and grassroots organizing to spark conversation to end sexual violence.

Center for Changing Our Campus Culture - U.S. Department of Justice-sponsored resources for colleges and universities on sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Facts and publications about sexual violence in the US.

National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs - Connection to local support agencies for victims of sexual violence.

No More - Public awareness campaigns, tools, and resources to help end domestic violence, sexual assault and abuse.

Prevent Connect - A national online project dedicated to the primary prevention of sexual assault & domestic violence.