- On-campus Confidential Resource to support survivors and co-survivors: Student Advocacy and Prevention Coordinator: *Searching for position. 210 Feather House, 610-330-3331. Below are some local resources for supporting a friend who has experienced sexual assault, or dating or domestic violence.
- Be trained by Peer Anti-Violence Educators (PAVE): PAVE, upon request, will give an educational presentation to your student organization or group on interpersonal violence prevention, response, and awareness. Connect with PAVE
- Be Safe Zone Trained: In order to help LGBTQ+ identified students, faculty, and staff navigate these experiences and find support or allies, Lafayette College provides Safe Zone Trainings. Safe Zone Trainings are opportunities to learn about LGBTQ+ identities, gender, and sexuality, allyship, and examine prejudice, assumptions, and privilege. Learn more about being Safe Zone Trained
- Learn more from The Counseling Center: They offer individual and group counseling to all students as well as numerous educational tools. The Counseling Center provides consultations on how best to assist a student that you believe is in duress. Lafayette College Counseling Center Consultations