END V Center
Making Cal U Green with END V...
one Green Dot at a time.
The END Violence Center (END V) is committed to raising awareness, providing resources and ending sexual violence, intimate partner violence, and stalking within our campus community. To achieve these goals, the center offers services which include, but are not limited to:
- Providing prevention education programs and events to the campus regarding sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking
- Providing trainings for staff, faculty, health center personnel, law enforcement, and campus organizations
- Presentations, tailored to meet the needs of specific audiences
- END V Center - Home of the Green Dot is a place for students to grab a free cup of coffee, or use our laptops, flat screen TV and our lounge as a place to relax between classes
The END V Center is located at G45 Carter Hall. The center is staffed from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday.
However, appointments can be made to accommodate schedules. An advocate can assist at any point in the healing process and can help on campus as well as provide medical and legal accompaniment.
The END V Center respects confidentiality and recognizes the importance of empowering victims to make the decisions that are best for them. We will honor students' requests to keep reports confidential to the extent permitted by law, and to the extent consistent with the University's obligation to investigate allegations. Students who are victims of sexual violence are encouraged to inquire about confidentiality when seeking assistance and support from our office and other University offices that provide assistance.
Want to Know More? Visit the END V Center or contact us by phone, e-mail or mail. We are here to help you!
END V Center
Kay Dorrance Kutz, Project Coordinator/Victim Advocate
California University of Pennsylvania
G45 Carter Hall
California, PA 15419
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Think You May be a Victim of Sexual Violence, Intimate Partner Violence or Stalking? - The nation's largest anti-sexual assault organization, RAINN, offers the National Sexual Assault Online Hotline.
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