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Survivor Advocacy

Providing on-campus resources & support for survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking & harassment.

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What does a Survivor Advocate do?
  • Provide confidential support to survivors.
  • Help with immediate safety needs and safety planning.
  • Explain reporting options, including reports to the University (Title IX) or law enforcement.
  • Provide support through Title IX and/or criminal processes if a survivor chooses to pursue them.
  • Explain medical options; help survivors access medical care.
  • Help connect with community resources such as Cross Timbers Family Services.
  • Assist with on-campus accommodations.
  • Provide psychoeducation on trauma.
  • Help survivors prepare for discussions with loved ones.
Who do we serve?

Survivors:

  • Any student who has dealt with sexual assault, domestic violence, harassment, and / or stalking. 
  • It doesn't matter when the harm occurred - sometimes students struggle with something that happened before arriving at Tarleton.

 

Faculty / Staff Consultations:

  • We can visit about students of concern, how to support survivors, etc.
  • We can provide information, presentations, materials, etc. for your classes.

Why do we serve?
  • Trauma disrupts every facet of a person's life.
  • It can be challenging to concentrate on academics when wrestling with the aftermath of violence.
  • We want to keep our survivors in school, working toward their dream of an education.
  • Violence is wrong. Period. Survivors deserve support with getting their lives back on track and healing from harm. We can help with that process.
  • BECAUSE YOU MATTER!
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Report Sexual Assault

 

You do not have to go through this alone. Call us at 254-968-9044 to schedule an appoint with a survivor advocate today. 

Click here to report a sexual assault
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24-Hour Crisis Help

 

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