Welcome to the STOP Violence Program!
Student Training, Orientation, & Prevention of Violence Against Men and Women.
Stopping violence on campus is everyone’s responsibility. The STOP Violence Program aims to provide UW students, faculty, and staff the education and tools necessary to end sexual and relationship violence on campus.
The STOP Violence Program is committed to fulfilling its mission in an empowering and empathetic way. We serve all racial, ethnic, religious, class backgrounds, sexual orientations, and gender and social identities.
The STOP Violence Program offers a number of services to the UW community including education and training, information and referral, crisis intervention, advocacy, and special events.
If you or someone you know has been assaulted, there is help available to you.
If it is an emergency, dial 9-1-1 or contact Campus Police at 307-766-5179.
You may also call the Albany County SAFE Project 24 hr Hotline at 1-800-230-3556.
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