- Need Help?
- About Us
- ADHS Forms
- SVPEP Manual
- Resource Database
- Resources for Educators
- Internet Safety
Arizona State University Wellness and Health Promotion Sexual Violence Prevention and Education Program (ASU SVPEP)
451 E. University Dr
Tempe, AZ 85287
Main phone: (480) 965-1996
Fax: (480) 965-6883
Established as a program of Arizona State University’s Wellness and Health Promotion in 2003, Home Safe was created to foster a safe and respectful environment at ASU. Statistics of sexual and relationship violence at ASU reflect national statistics and violence trends, and we recognize the necessity of providing accessible violence prevention services to the ASU community.
ASU SVPEP offers comprehensive programs in which college students are provided education for individual reflection and real-life application, social marketing to reinforce positive community norms, and opportunities for structured involvement to contribute to violence prevention.
Education: ASU offers online education and presentations to enhance the student experience in formal classroom settings, or as a member of a student group or organization. Topics that are addressed through education include but are not limited to: developing healthy relationships, the continuum of violence, definitions of consent and sexual assault, and bystander intervention.
Student Involvement: Students are invited to get involved as Peer Educators, Interns, Student Employees, and Student Volunteers. Students may assist with awareness events, staffing information tables and serving on committees and workgroups, and program development and evaluation. Students participate in training that prepares them for the level of work they will do to promote violence prevention.
Positive Community Norms: Social marketing posters, brochures, and bulletin board kits are placed in all student housing facilities to reinforce education and skills gained in class and online. In addition, ads reflecting the same messages are placed in the student newspaper