Life Crisis Center has services that
are available at no charge to women, men, and children
who are victims of domestic violence, rape, sexual assault, and
child abuse. Their toll free,
anonymous hotline operates 24/7 for anyone in our
community needing crisis assistance or referral information.
They know that violence and abuse can affect anyone, at
anytime, and at any stage of life. Their
goal is to help victims grow into survivors in a violence-free
environment. They also offer a wide
range of classes including on site training for child abuse
prevention and suicide prevention for a nominal fee.
Please Call: 410-749-HELP or
Message the Life Crisis Center.
The BACCHUS Network™ is a university and
community based network focusing on
comprehensive health and safety initiatives. It
is the mission of this 501(C)(3) non-profit
organization to actively promote student and
young adult based, campus and community-wide
leadership on healthy and safe lifestyle
decisions concerning alcohol abuse, tobacco use,
illegal drug use, unhealthy sexual practices and
other high-risk behaviors.
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provides services, communications, and advocacy
that help its members to advance the health of
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Every Choice is aimed at reducing
sexual assault, dating/domestic violence
and stalking by equipping students with realistic, actionable
bystander intervention tools. Every Choice is
based on compelling research that shows that the most effective
way to reduce violence is to encourage and empower bystanders of
potentially violent situations to intervene before the violence
intervention training will:
- Empower, inspire and motivate you to take action when faced
with a potential act of sexual assault, relationship violence or
- Equip you with basic bystander intervention skills such as:
Recognizing both early and imminent warning signs, understanding
personal obstacles that would prevent action, identifying
multiple options for intervention that are realistic and
- Inform you about sexual assault, relationship violence, and
stalking and the resources: Basic facts/statistics, campus
resources, campus policies.
bystander intervention training:
- Log on to the
Student Success Every Choice program
- Enter the Access Code: 14725 under "New Users."
- Follow the instructions provided to take the program.
You will be asked to input an e-mail address and password.
Remember to record this information, as it will allow you to
re-enter the program as a returning student and complete the
program in several sittings, if you choose, without having to
***Please click on the links above to
find more information
regarding the resources.***