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COVID-19 Program Changes

Due to COVID-19, in support of the Governor of Wyoming's order, and to preserve the wellbeing of our staff, the Stop Violence Office staff will be working remotely for the foreseeable future. 

Limited, remote victim advocacy services are still available from the Albany County SAFE Project. In-person prevention programs will not be scheduled this semester.

The survivor support group has transitioned to a remote service setting. Interested survivors can still join the group by contacting Alejandra Reyna for more information.

Forensic medical exams are still available at Ivinson Memorial Hospital but survivors seeking medical care are strongly, strongly encouraged to call ahead before travelling to the hospital. SAFE Project can also provide information about forensic medical care access in Laramie. Survivors with questions about accessing legal services, including updated information about order of protection hearings, can contact SAFE Project for more information.

For more information on the University of Wyoming response to COVID-19, please  visit

Safety Online

Online activity can be monitored


 This site has information and resources to educate the public and support victims and survivors of sexual violence. If you cannot explore this site safely, please:

  • Use a UW campus computer to visit this site and explore
  • Call the SAFE Project to talk to an advocate in person and get more information at 307-745-3556
  • Visit the Stop Violence Program in Knight Hall 106 on the UW campus


Not sure who to talk to?

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Stop Violence Program

Advocacy and Support

For anyone who has experienced sexual violence, the Stop Violence Program provides a safe place to talk, learn about options, and brainstorm next steps. Conversations with advocates are confidential and will not be shared with the police or the University without your permission. There are a few exceptions to confidentiality, and an advocate will gladly explain those to you at your first meeting. We can provide information about academic, medical, legal, financial, and other types of options that can help you to successfully continue and complete your education at UW.

Learn more about Advocacy and Support.

Prevention and Education

The Stop Violence Program works to prevent sexual violence from ever happening, by providing involvement opportunities for students and through education programs available to the University community. 

Learn more about Prevention and Education.


Anyone who has experienced violence and would like to report to the police and/or the University can get information and assistance from the Stop Violence Program. You don't need to contact us to make a report, but we can explain the process and offer support.

Learn more about Reporting.

Find What You Need

Visit our Site Map to quickly find the information you need on this site.

SAFE Project On Campus

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SAFE Project Campus Advocate

SAFE Project, a local nonprofit agency that serves victims and survivors of sexual assault, domestic and dating violence, and stalking, has a full-time advocate located on campus to provide easier access for UW students. SAFE Project services are free and confidential. Please stop by the campus SAFE Project office at Knight Hall 108 if you have questions or would like to speak with the campus advocate.

Learn more about SAFE Project

Campus Support Group

The University of Wyoming Psychology Clinic facilitates a FREE, confidential support group for survivors of sexual assault. Group participation is open to the public, including UW students, UW employees, and non-UW community members. 

If you are unsure about participating in a support group, please still contact us for more information. We can answer questions you have about the group, and can connect you with individual therapy if a support group won't meet your needs at this time.

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Contact Us

Stop Violence Program

Knight Hall 106


Dept. 3135

1000 E. University Dr.

Laramie, WY 82071

SAFE Project On Campus

Knight Hall 108


307-745-3556 (24 hours)

1000 E. University Ave. Laramie, WY 82071
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