College & Universities

Greene Dot

An evidence based program, Green Dot approaches all students, staff, administrators, and faculty as allies to prevent dating violence, sexual violence, and stalking.  It relies on the premise that if everyone does their part and commits to individual responsibility, the combined effect is a safe campus culture. 

Mandated Reporting of Suspected Child Abuse

Approved by the State of Pennsylvania’s Departments of Human Services and Education. This training is eligible for Act 48 hours and meets the requirements for training under Act 126.  This training also includes continuing education for licensees in a health-related field and meets the requirements under Act 31. 

  • 2 and 3 hour trainings are available
  • The training covers several aspects of the Child Protective Services Law, including definitions and categories of abuse, duties of mandated reporting, how to make a report, and more
  • This is great for students majoring in education, social work, psychology, criminal justice, nursing, pre-med, and other related service based fields.

Sexual Assault Volunteer Training

Designed to prepare individuals to volunteer with a victim services agency, this training can range between 10 and 40 hours based on the individual’s interest and comfort level.  The training focuses on understanding trauma and responding to survivors of sexual assault, as well as increasing knowledge of prevention principles and how each of us can play a role in ending sexual violence in our communities.

Sexual Violence on Campus: Starting the Conversation

This program was created to work with campus orientation programs.  It focuses on discussing basic information about sexual violence on campus, consent, alcohol and drug facilitated sexual assault, and bystander intervention.  It will assist students in identifying on and off campus resources and covers campus specific federal regulations as well as PA criminal and civil laws.

Bystander Intervention

Bystander Intervention is an interactive presentation that focuses on sexual violence on college campuses and discusses rape culture, consent, building a bystander community, and gives intervention tools.  The program is set up to give participants the chance to role play and think critically.

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All services through the STTARS Program are free and confidential.

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Suspect Child Abuse?
Call PA Childline at 1.800.932.0313