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The IVP program is a resource for all students, faculty, and staff of Binghamton University. We're here to help and support students who have encountered acts of interpersonal violence. >>More

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The IVP Team provides prevention education across campus upon request to increase awareness about interpersonal violence and help others understand the causes that perpetuate it. >>More

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Assistants, interns, volunteers, supporters are always welcome to help us reduce the traumatic effects of interpersonal violence and promote a safe community.   >> To join, visit us on B-engaged.

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There are many myths that perpetuate the beliefs surrounding interpersonal violence in our culture. Search out the truth >>Myths vs. Facts . Find answers to some of our most common questions >> FAQs .

Interpersonal VIOLENCE PREVENTION

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Works to reduce instances of and the traumatic impact of sexual assault, dating and relationship violence, harassment, bullying and stalking at Binghamton University. We do this through education, coordination, treatment and linking students with information and resources.

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EVENTS/ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Crime Victims Awareness Week 4/6 - 4/13
  • Reclaim Your Rights - Save the Date - 4/7, 1-4 p.m.
  • Sexual Assault Awareness Month Kick-off - 4/3
  • Wear Denim Day - 4/23
  • Clothesline Project -- coming soon
Location: IN-B05
Entrance on lower left side of Health Services. Phone:  607-777-3062
Office hours: Monday thru Friday,
8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.

 

Last Updated: 3/26/14