The RSVP Center provides services around our three pillars: Educate, Prevent, and Respond. All of our case management services are free and confidential. Survivors and supporters alike are welcome in our center.
Faculty or staff impacted by sexual violence, relationship violence, or stalking are eligible for our support services. Please see the Case Management and Support page for specific information.
Educational resources, teaching materials, and consultation with a staff member are offered to any University employee wanting to expand your and your student’s knowledge. Check out our Teaching Materials page for more information.
Professional Development Opportunities
The Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center is hosting several professional development opportunities throughout the 2023 Spring Semester! Below are the descriptions of our current programs. Sign up for one of the facilitations today!
Empathetic Mandated Reporting: How to Respond to Student Disclosures
Responding to disclosures of sexual misconduct, equity violations, or Title IX violations requires a professional but delicate response. This facilitation instructs participants on how to navigate student disclosures while balancing reporting obligations with empathy and kindness. This session will equip participants with the basics of empathy, a deeper understanding of the Title IX and Equity investigation and resolution processes, and opportunities to practice the skills gained within the session.
Mizzou Bystander Intervention Initiative
The University of Missouri is committed to creating a healthy and safe environment for all students. We are utilizing a new in-person training program, Mizzou Bystander Intervention Initiative, to promote community connectedness and civic engagement with the overall goal of empowering students to get involved in situations where they can prevent, reduce, or respond to harm. Mizzou Bystander Intervention Initiative works to address multiple, interconnected issues including alcohol and other drug use, issues of bias and discrimination, interpersonal violence, and mental well-being.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS:
|March 8||Empathetic Mandated Reporting – Zoom : 2 p.m.|
|March 15||Mizzou Bystander Intervention Initiative – Zoom : 2 p.m.|
|April 5||Empathetic Mandated Reporting – Zoom : 2 p.m.|
|April 12||Mizzou Bystander Intervention Initiative – Zoom : 2 p.m.|
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