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  • Do you have questions about MSU Policy or Reporting related to Relationship Violence and Stalking? We can help.

  • During the COVID-19 pandemic, Safe Place is continuing to provide services and referrals, while practicing social distancing, utilizing phone/Zoom appointments and employing other protective measures to maintain safety.

  • Help support MSU Safe Place - https://givingto.msu.edu/crowdpower/safe-place-emergency-funds!

  • October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Click to learn more!

Welcome to the MSU Safe Place website!  MSU Safe Place is a program that addresses relationship violence and stalking.  We are located on the campus of Michigan State University and serve students, faculty, staff, their spouses/partners and non-affiliated members in the Greater Lansing Area. We are committed to providing shelter and other services in an environment that is safe and supportive to all identities, including persons in same-sex relationships, identifying as non-binary or trans, with disabilities, and from various racial and ethnic backgrounds.

We provide advocacy, shelter, counseling, support groups, safety planning, information and referrals to survivors of violence and their minor children. All support services are free and confidential.  Additionally, we work to increase awareness about relationship violence and stalking through community education, outreach efforts, expert witness training, professional trainings and consultation.

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Need Support?

Need Support?

Whether you are directly affected by relationship violence and/or stalking or you need help supporting someone who is dealing with these issues, MSU Safe Place is here for you. To access services or support, call (517) 355-1100.

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We join our community and nation in mourning and outrage over the horrific killings of Black individuals, including Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Atatiana Jefferson, Tony McDade, Rayshard Brooks, and countless others at the hands of vigilantes and law enforcement.  We acknowledge that violence against Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) is not […]

Partner Spotlight: LBGT Resource Center

Partner Spotlight: LBGT Resource Center

TThe LBGTRC is a student-centered campus resource that works to celebrate, affirm, and empower LGBTQA+ members of the Michigan State University community. Through education, engagement, advocacy, and student support, they work to create an inclusive campus culture for people of all genders and sexual identities. They provide intersectional educational and social programming and collaborate with student leaders and campus partners to build community and increase a sense of belonging.  Please visit https://lbgtrc.msu.edu for more information.

How Can You Help?

MSU Safe Place relies on community support to ensure the success of our program. There are lots of ways you can help! Click on “Support MSU Safe Place” in the About Us tab for ideas. Thank you to everyone who has supported MSU Safe Place over the past 25+ years!

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It's the NNEDV Week of Action: Find It Friday - When we talk about domestic violence, we talk a lot about power and control—but we know that inequality doesn’t just happen in the context of abuse. It’s so important to #ConnectTheDots between injustice on a smaller scale, and the big, structural injustices that so many people are facing in our world today. For #FindItFriday, we want to know: where do you find imbalances of power and control in your community, or in the stories and media you consume, or even in the news you watch and read? And, if you’re comfortable sharing: what are YOU doing to dismantle them and create a safer, more equitable world? #DVAM2020 ... See MoreSee Less

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