College dating violence prevention
UE’s Campus Save Act Learning Program can help your institution take steps toward meeting the Campus Sa VE compliance requirements.
The learning program includes online courses for students, employees, and administrators.
UE recommends administrators review annual security reporting and training programs for Campus Sa VE Act compliance.
The Campus Sa VE Act adds domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking to the list of crimes that the Clery Act requires institutions to include in their annual security report.
She looks forward to discussing other needs you may have, as well.
Contact: [email protected] or (919) 624-9575. Chrysalis Network offers customized services for colleges & universities, specific to the needs of your student body, faculty and staff.
: Juliette has been paid through grant-funding for the majority of her professional career.
She is committed to creating tailored and effective services and programs that also fit your budget.Juliette Grimmett, MPH and Co-founder of Chrysalis Network, has been working in the field of sexual, relationship, and domestic violence advocacy, training, education, and prevention for over 18 years, mostly on college campuses.Her past 10 years have been focused on creating and implementing violence prevention and response programs on various college campuses including the University of South Carolina in Columbia, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH), and most recently, NC State University (NCSU).Additionally, she developed and/or enhanced workshops for incoming students at the University of South Carolina – Columbia, University of NC at Chapel Hill and NCSU.She has also served on two national advisory committees to review online sexual violence prevention training modules, intended for first-year college students.