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STOP Violence Program
SAFE Project 24-hr HOTLINE:
307-745-3556
Walk-In Hours: 10am-4pm
Dean of Students Office
Department 3135
Knight Hall 118
1000 E. University Ave
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: 307-766-3296
Email: stopviolence@uwyo.edu
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STOP Violence provides programs, training, and lectures for groups and departments on campus.

Programs include interactive activities designed to make the topics of sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking more accessible to students and to provide a supportive environment for learning and discussion. Training is available for student and professional staff, faculty, and volunteers who want or need a better understanding on interpersonal violence dynamics and response. STOP Violence is also available to provide guest lectures on various topics to classes to enrich your syllabus and/or to provide a class when you are out of town or unable to teach.

We work with you to create an educational event that meets your needs. Below are some of the more common programs we offer to the campus community; all programs are customizable, and we can also design a unique presentation at your request. Some programs and topics are cofacilitated with other professionals; those programs are marked and we require additional scheduling notification to ensure that all facilitators are available.

STOP Violence is also available to provide programming to the Laramie and Albany County community. However, we recommend contacting the Albany County SAFE Project first for any non-university presentation needs, unless you want information specifically about the STOP Violence program and University efforts.

When contacting STOP to schedule a program, please include:

  • Date and Time (start time and length of presentation)
  • Location
  • Anticipated number of attendees
  • Preferred activities or topics
  • Purpose of presentation (classroom, residence hall, special interest group, etc)
  • Technological capabilities of space (computer, projector, white board, etc)

We appreciate at least one week's notice for program requests. Certain co-facilitated programs need at least 2 week's notice. There is no guarantee that we will be able to meet your scheduling needs, but we will do our best. The more advance notice we have, the higher the likelihood that we will be able to fulfill your request.

STOP Violence 101

Provides a basic overview of sexual and relationship violence, including discussions about gender roles, consent, power and control, and victim-blaming. Includes information about STOP Violence and Albany County SAFE Project, and what you can do to help someone who reveals that they have experienced violence.

PowerPoint; 60 minutes

Sex Jeopardy

*This program is co-facilitated with sexual health educators from Laramie Reproductive Health

Teams answer questions to see who knows the most about violence prevention and healthy sex.

Interactive; 20-60 minutes

Sex Tac Toe

*This program is co-facilitated with sexual health educators from Laramie Reproductive Health

Teams answer questions or complete activities to see who knows the most about violence prevention and healthy sex.

Interactive; 20-60 minutes

In Their Shoes

Participants take the role of young adult victims of relationship violence. You decide what choices to make, learn how difficult it can be to leave an abusive relationship, and find out where your real support is.

Interactive; 45-120 minutes

Sound Relationships

There are tons of examples of what good and bad relationships are all around us, if we just take the time to look at them and see what they offer.  Take a look at the Billboard's Top 40 and see what songs offer positive examples of relationships and which do not.

Interactive; 20-60 minutes

Me and My Shadow

Stalking can terrify even the most grounded of people.  Would you know what to do if you had a stalker?  How do you protect yourself?  Find out in this interactive discussion about the real dangers of stalking.

A/S/L?

With online dating providing one of the top three ways for singles to meet (after school/work and friend/family member), nearly 1 out of every 5 singles in the Unites States have dates someone they met online.  Do you have what it takes to make sure you’re staying safe in this new dating world?

Facebook Me

With social networking at an all-time high, how do you protect yourself online, not just from potential stalkers but from future employers who may not like pictures of you chugging a beer or mooning the camera?

Everyday Aggression

See everyday advertisements, songs, movies, and more in a new light!  Popular culture plays a significant role in how we look at sexual and relationship violence.  It is materialized in everyday images and messages that can distort our perception of what is dangerous.  Find out how to keep yourself safe and recognize these underlying messages.

STOP Violence Bingo

BINGO!  Test your knowledge about sexual violence, relationship violence and stalking in this fun interpretation of a classic game.


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