A decade of support
UTA RVSP program reaches 10 year mark
Thursday, February 9, 2017
UTA's Relationship Violence and Sexual Assault Prevention, or RVSP, program has spent ten years providing education, advocacy, and support to the UTA community.
This award winning program recently launched a groundbreaking effort. Students, known as Peer Advocates, receive specialized training to respond to reports of sexual assault and dating violence. Those Peer Advocates are now living in on campus communities becaue research shows survivors of sexual misconduct often speak to a peer or friend as a first outcry. Additional information about campus resources, including phone numbers and how to file a report, are available through RVSP and the UTA Police Department.