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CC Campus Resources
Equal is a confidential group of Colorado College students who identify outside of the heterosexual norm, or that are questioning their sexual or gender identity.
Sexual Assault Response & Prevention (SARP) Program
Support is available 24/7.
On call advocate: (719)602-0960
You can also email the Sexual Assault Response Coordinator, Tara Misra, at Tara.firstname.lastname@example.org, or, stop by the office in 219 Worner.
Student Organization for Sexual Safety (SOSS)
Colorado College students providing a 24-hour hotline for information, action and referral for everyone on issues of sexual violence and harassment.
Colorado College Counseling Center
Located in the Boettcher Health Center Building
CC Counselor On-call:
* During regular Work Hours: (719) 389-6093
* After Hours (through Campus Safety) : (719) 389-6707
Regional & National Resources: Web Sites & Hotlines
Arming Women Against Rape and Endangerment (AWARE)
In addition to serving individual women concerned about their own safety, AWARE is a valuable resource for self-defense instructors, law enforcement professionals, social workers, rape crisis counselors, human resource employees, and victim service providers.
National Domestic Violence Hotline
All of our advocates attend extensive 40 hour training sessions to be capable of providing the highest level of service to our callers. Over 17 years of advocacy, safety planning, resources and hope.
National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC)
NSVRC understands sexual violence to be an overarching term that includes an array of behaviors, both physical and non-physical, that constitute unwanted or age-inappropriate sexual activity that can impact people of any age or gender.
Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network (RAINN)
The nation's largest anti-sexual assault organization.
Rape and Sexual Assault
News, publications, fact sheets from the National Criminal Justice Reference Service
Sexual Violence Statistics
From The National Center for Victims of Crime
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administrator (SAMHSA)
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation. SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities.
Stop Sexual Violence...Talk About Sex
Talking about sex is sexy, but rape or sexual harassment isn't, says human and sexual rights activist Vithika Yadav. She firmly believes that discussing sex is the answer to ending the epidemic of sexual violence against women in India.
"Your Vagina is Not a Car" Clemintine Ford on Rape Culture
Clementine shares her perspective on rape culture. She is a strong believer in talking about rape culture, even if this makes people feel uncomfortable. She believes people being uncomfortable talking about rape culture, is much better than being complacent about it.
Rape: It's Your Fault
Every sexual assault case in India inspires a string of stupid and hateful remarks against women. This is our response to those remarks. AIB 365 is a weekly sketch show from India's edgiest, politically incorrect comedy collective AIB. AIB comprises of Tanmay Bhat, Gursimran Khamba, Rohan Joshi, Ashish Shakya.
Turning the Tide on Domestic Violence (TED Talk)
When Esta Soler lobbied for a bill outlawing domestic violence in 1984, one politician called it the "Take the Fun Out of Marriage Act." "If only I had Twitter then," she mused. This sweeping, optimistic talk charts 30 years of tactics and technologies -- from the Polaroid camera to social media -- that led to a 64% drop in domestic violence in the U.S.
Books on Human Trafficking
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