We educate victims of crime on their rights and are committed to providing the most professional, empowering advocacy possible while assessing each case on an individual basis.
Definition: Domestic violence generally is defined as a violent crime committed in the context of an intimate relationship.
VSU Advocates respond directly to victims immediately after a crime has been committed and will thoroughly assess their needs to provide the appropriate services.
These services may include: Recovery after being the victim of a crime takes both time and the support of others. Victims experience an array of feelings and reactions that are normal and important to the healing process.
We also recognize that all members of the campus community share in the responsibility of maintaining our safe environment.
To that end, our website provides relevant and practical information to help you prevent and better respond in the event of a crime or public safety emergency.