Due to the COVID-19 crisis, Advocacy Services will only be available by phone or email until further notice. Students and staff can request virtual meetings, appointments, or accompaniments that will be scheduled within 2 to 3 business days and conducted via Zoom.
The advocacy program is also responsible for violence awareness and prevention education on campus. We work with the Peer Health Education program and Student Violence Prevention Committee to create engaging programs on campus about consent, healthy relationships, bystander intervention, and more.
Interested in bringing violence prevention to your classroom or student group? Request a presentation here!
Please include multiple dates and what specific area you would like us to cover when requesting a program.
The Peer Health Education (PHE) program at VCU is supported by The Well and VCU University Counseling Advocacy Services.
Members in the PHE program provide all students at VCU with quality, well-informed, peer-led education on relevant health issues impacting student well-being
The VCU committee for violence prevention focuses on promoting primary and secondary violence prevention strategies. Through research and education, we can address situations of gender violence that happen on campus and how to change current policies.
Our goal is to implement change within our campus by understanding what causes gender violence at VCU. We do this by analyzing our campus social norms and adjusting current policies present at VCU related to gender violence norms. By analyzing these norms and policies, we can come up with a plan that can effectively reach the VCU community
The Student Violence Prevention Committee will be recruiting for Fall 2021; stay tuned for more updates!
If you’re interested in learning more about the program, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.