For the past 15 years, EVERFI has forged deep partnerships with campuses on a range of critical wellness and success issues. As sexual assault prevention and response initiatives have continued to gain momentum across the country, we are proud to be working with over 800 colleges and universities in their efforts to support and protect students.
Today, we are thrilled to announce a partnership with the University of Michigan to develop two new online prevention programs, Haven for Faculty & Staff and Haven Plus, which will serve graduate and non-traditional student populations.
Developed in partnership with the University of Michigan, including nationally recognized campus sexual assault prevention expert and Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) negotiated rulemaker Holly Rider-Milkovich and CUPA-award winning developer of campus intimate partner violence prevention programming Kathleen Donohoe, these new programs will help extend primary and ongoing sexual assault prevention training across all members of diverse campus communities.
We are also announcing a webinar on Thursday, November 5th from 2 to 3 PM (EST), where we will debut these new online programs side-by-side with our partners at the University of Michigan.
The two new programs will help campuses meet and exceed Clery Act (Campus SaVE and VAWA) and Title IX requirements, and incorporate the unique experiences and perspectives of campus faculty and staff and graduate and non-traditional students. The programs integrate scenarios and information that are relatable to these diverse populations, highlighting the broader implications of these important issues on both work and family life, providing critical education on sexual harassment, connecting individuals with support resources, and discussing factors that contribute to sexual and relationship violence to encourage leadership in prevention.
Register for our webinar with the University of Michigan on Thursday, November 5th from 2 to 3 PM (EST), to learn more about these exciting new online programs, and hear perspectives from the Michigan team.