Support • Information • Advocacy
24 Hour Hotline: 706-542-SAFE
Surviving interpersonal violence and reaching out for help takes tremendous courage and strength. Whether you have been recently assaulted, know someone who has been affected by abuse, or are healing from past trauma, staff members at RSVP, located within the University Health Center, are here to support you. We can act as a personal coordinator/liaison (advocate) between you and law enforcement, medical personnel, the University, mental health care professionals, and other agencies or services.
We help ensure that you get the information and support you need, that you are listened to, and that you are treated with the sensitivity and respect every victim/survivor deserves.
What happened to you was not your fault. We believe you and are here to help.
Services are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL.
Phone: 706-542-SAFE (7233) *24 Hour Hotline*
(For general information call 706-542-8690 or email firstname.lastname@example.org)
RSVP is located within the Health Promotion Department on the first floor of the University Health Center, at the corner of College Station and East Campus Road, on the University of Georgia campus. Walk ins welcome
Prevention • Education • Outreach
RSVP can also facilitate and/or co-sponsor interpersonal violence Prevention, Education and Outreach programs for the campus community including professors, student groups, Resident Assistants (RAs), faculty/staff, professionals and all students.
Topics include but are not limited to Interpersonal Violence 101, Healthy Relationships, Domestic Violence Escalation, and Consent. Request a program.
RSVP can also provide Watchdawgs Bystander Intervention Training to help you recognize potentially risky situations and teach you skills to intervene safely and effectively. Request a Watchdawgs program.
For any questions or general information, contact the RSVP Prevention Coordinator Allie Halbert, email@example.com, 706-542-8690.
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What Are Healthy Relationships?
Decreasing One's Risk
How To Help A Friend Or Family Member
Responding To Interpersonal Violence On Campus
RSVP Programs Available