If something does not look or feel right, step in and say something!Many assaults and other issues, such as high-risk drinking and mental health concerns, can be addressed by a third party. It is always better to intervene before something happens than to regret not doing it later.
USI offers bystander intervention training to students, providing them the skills and knowledge to intervene in a variety of situations.
To schedule a bystander intervention training for your group, contact the RFWC at 461-5268 or Christine Johnston.
For more information about Bystander Intervention, visit Make the First Move.