Domestic Violence Awareness Month
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence created and observed the first Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October 1987. Congress designated October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month in 1989. Domestic Violence Awareness Month's events promote awareness, encourage reporting, provide safety for victims, encourage people to look out for one another, and ensure treatment is provided and administrative action taken when needed.
PRIVATE VIOLENCE AIRS
October 26, 2017 9:00 PM
Dixie State University
The Dixie State University Office of Title IX Clery Act & Compliance exists to educate and prevent gender inequity, sexual discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual abuse, and sexual assault. If you feel your rights have been violated or you witness any of the aforementioned, please contact Cindy Cole.
DOVE Center's mission is to build a community of peace one person, one family, and one home at a time. We strive to do this by providing confidential shelter, advocacy, and counseling to support victims of domestic violence and sexual assault
Salt Lake Community College
In addition to medical care, counseling, health education and massage, we can refer you to resources and providers to meet all your health-and-wellness needs.
Safe Harbor (Davis County)
801-444-9161 (24-hour crisis line) Safe Harbor, a non-profit organization, with on staff Safe Zone certified advocates, provides shelter, supportive services, and advocacy to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as education, awareness and resources to our community at absolutely no cost.
Sego Lily Center for the Abused Deaf
Video phone: 801-614-7885, Text: 801-997-0452, Email: email@example.com
(24-hour crisis lines) The Sego Lily Center for the Abused Deaf (SLCAD) is an advocacy agency culturally and linguistically designed to meet the specific needs of Deaf, Deaf/Blind and Hard of Hearing victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Snow College Confidential Reporting Options
For confidential reporting, please contact one of the following individuals in the Snow College Counseling and Wellness Center located in the Social Science Building, room 109
SUU Domestic Violence and Dating Violence
The SUU Health & Wellness Program strives to promote the physical and emotional well-being of students through comprehensive programming, campus wide events, peer education, the sharing of up-to-date accurate health information and resources, and providing information and support regarding their own or someone else’s health and well-being. SUU Health and Wellness Program
Utah Domestic Violence Coalition
Utah Domestic Violence Coalition is a private non-profit organization recognized nationally for providing expertise concerning issues of domestic and sexual violence to member programs, community partners and others in Utah.
Utah Valley University Women’s Success Center
Where there’s a will, there’s a way! Do you know how to get the help you need? We can help you explore options on campus and in the community, including some you may not have considered before . . . Come in and let’s talk!
Learn about your rights and options if you've been assaulted
The Women’s Center – Weber State University
The Women’s Center is a place for all those who identify as female, their allies and support networks. Come build community, learn about issues that affect women’s lives and take action to support social justice and equality. The Women's Center staff are non-confidential resources. We are required to report all disclosures of sexual assault, domestic violence and stalking.
Utah Department of Human Services Child and Family Services
Domestic violence is any criminal offense involving violence or physical harm or threat of violence or physical harm when committed by one cohabitant against another. Domestic violence can also referred to as IPV or intimate Partner Violence. Domestic violence is against the law. Domestic violence in the presence of children is also against the law. Domestic violence should be reported.
Your Community Connection YCC
Rape Recovery Services 801-392-7273 (24-hour crisis line) The YCC has served Northern Utah communities for more than 70 years. The agency provides services to victims of domestic violence, homelessness, rape and sexual assault.
A project of the National Network to End Domestic Violence, providing legal information and support to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
A collection of Lesson Plans, worksheets and Powerpoints for teachers providing information about sexual assault, domestic violence and abuse.