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Community Education & Outreach

Community Outreach & Education:

Lecture-based presentations are available to anyone who wants to learn more about relationship violence and stalking, including, MSU students, faculty, staff, and community organizations.

Presentations include:

  • MSU Safe Place Services 101
  • Relationship Violence and Stalking 101
  • Relationship Violence in "Minoritized" Communities
  • Identifying Relationship Violence and Resources
MSU Safe Place can staff a table outlining our services at community events. Tabling includes sharing information, resources, handouts and goodies with event attendees.

Skills-based workshops are available to MSU staff, faculty, students, and community members looking to learn about topics surrounding relationship violence and stalking.

Workshops include:

  • Supporting Survivors of Relationship Violence
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Self-Care Strategies
Training is available for service providers and other professionals working with relationship violence or stalking survivors and/or perpetrators.
In family or criminal cases, it is often helpful to utilize experts to help the trier of facts become more informed about relationship violence, sexual assault or stalking in cases where these issues are a factor.  For more information, contact Holly Rosen at rosen2@msu.edu.
Staff can assist campus and community based agencies and professionals strategize how to provide services and interventions that maximize safety for those victimized by abuse, and hold perpetrators accountable for their choices.

To request a community education or outreach program, complete the following form: