Preventing Sexual Violence on Campus
The SAAM 2015 campaign provides resources on campus sexual violence prevention. Help us create communities that prevent violence and build campuses that respond well. Everyone can play a role in creating safer campuses. Take action to prevent sexual violence.
This is a toolkit for advocates, campus personnel, students, and allies. These materials can be used to engage the entire community to take action to end sexual assault.
Resources for Preventing Sexual Violence on Campus
This brochure is released in January in preparation for SAAM. It includes information and statistics on sexual violence on campus, a guide to SAAM products, and a tear-out poster in English and Spanish (also available for download).
This overview provides information on the prevention of sexual violence on college and university campuses. Also available in Spanish.
This fact sheet discusses healthy sexuality and consent, which can help to support sexual violence prevention efforts. Also available in Spanish.
This fact sheet provides an overview of sexual violence on college and university campuses. Also available in Spanish.
This fact sheet provides action steps that health care professionals on college and university campuses can take to prevent sexual violence.
This fact sheet presents action steps that faculty and staff on college and university campuses can take to prevent sexual violence.
This fact sheet provides action steps for administrators on college and university campuses to help prevent sexual violence.
This publication explains how to plan an effective prevention campaign for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. it outlines the planning process for social marketing campaigns that aim to change behaviors.
This events list provides descriptions of Sexual Assault Awareness Month events and activities. Activities are organized by event goal: awareness, fundraising, healing, community engagement, public policy, and sexual violence prevention.
This customizable proclamation allows communities, individuals, and organizations to commit themselves to sexual violence prevention.
This proclamation focuses on creating safer campuses through campus sexual violence prevention and healthy sexuality. It allows communities, individuals, and organizations to commit themselves to sexual violence prevention.
This fact sheet offers suggestions for sexual assault centers to partner with youth-serving organizations to prevent child sexual abuse. These recommendations also can be used by youth-serving organizations in their efforts to support the development of healthy, safe, and happy young people.
This fact sheet provides information about sexual violence prevention and how health care professionals can assist victims and prevention efforts.
This fact sheet provides information about sexual violence prevention and how parents and caregivers can play a role in responding to victims and promoting prevention. Also available in Spanish.
The 2015 SAAM Campaign materials include free, downloadable posters in 3 different sizes. Posters are also available in Spanish.
This toolkit explores how social media tools can help spread awareness and advocate for social change. Daily posts for Twitter and conversation starters for Facebook promote online involvement in Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
This sample letter to the editor provides a template for addressing sexual violence on college campuses for local or campus media outlets. This letter can be customized or used generically as a media advocacy tool during Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Reporting on sexual violence is a difficult task and we appreciate the media’s commitment to doing so with integrity. The NSVRC created a packet for journalists about reporting on sexual violence.
The Media Packet includes an insert specific to Campus Sexual Assault. It includes information for reporters on campus trends and statistics.
For additional campaign planning tools and tips, join the conversation at the SAAM blog. To request informational materials, join our mailing list by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. Many resources are also available in Spanish.