2016 SARSSM Annual Meeting
This interactive program addresses respectful communication and active consent while students participate in role plays and discussion about consent vs. sexual assault. Students leave class knowing how to safely intervene in behaviors that lead to sexual assault. They also learn how to support a friend who might be a victim, and how to connect to school resources and community organizations.
"My friend was raped when we were freshmen. At the time we didn't know about SARSSM. I wish we had known about the help that was out there".
This fun and interactive program helps students identify ways the media increases our cultural tolerance for sexualized violence by making it seem normal and acceptable. This program teaches students to become critical consumers of the media.
60 – 90 minutes
Through age appropriate scenarios and interactive activities, this program educates students on how to be safe on the internet. It reminds students of the importance of respectful communication online and offline.
45 - 60 minutes
Resources for RAs and RDs
SARSSM is holding a free and confidential support group for male survivors of Sexual Abuse, Asssault & Incest in Biddeford. This...
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SARSSM's Lending Library
Sexual Assault Crisis & Support Line
Needs Volunteer Advocates...