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Support Others at UConn.
You Can.

Whether you’re a friend, parent, partner, faculty, or staff, offering support to someone involved in sexual violence, relationship violence, or stalking may be one of the hardest and best things you’ll ever do. During this difficult time, UConn is committed to supporting you too.

Find information and resources at UConn to best support others and yourself. Select the role that best describes you below to learn about support during the recovery process.

As a Friend
Learn about how to help your friend at UConn.
As a Guardian
Learn about how you can support your student.
As a Partner
You and your partner are not alone at UConn. Learn about how to offer healthy support to your partner, spouse, boyfriend, or girlfriend.
As a UConn Faculty or Staff Member
UConn employees are obligated to communicate the witnessing or report of sexual assault. Learn about your responsibilities and how to provide appropriate support for your students and peers.
To the Respondent
Learn about what to do when someone accused of sexual assault or relationship violence confides in you.
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