Types of Interpersonal Violence
Find practical information including self-tests, statistical data and local contacts for help with issues relating to sexual violence, dating and domestic violence, and stalking.
Learn what steps to take following an assault, how to help a friend and what the judicial process looks like on campus and in the community.
Safety is Essential
Safety planning is an essential tool when dealing with relationship abuse of any kind. A safety plan is a personalized, practical plan that can help you avoid dangerous situations and know the best way to react when you’re in danger.
If you’re experiencing abuse or are in an unhealthy relationship, you should create a safety plan. Whether you decide to end the relationship or stay, it’s a good idea to empower yourself with the knowledge of how to act in different scenarios.
- Love is Respect Interactive Safety Planning Guide
- Prefer pen and paper? Download Love is Respect's College Safety Planning Guide.
At the University of Idaho, we support you in making informed, independent decisions about all aspects of your life, including when things get complicated and violence is involved. Just remember, you aren’t walking alone. If you or someone you know has experienced a sexual assault or is in an abusive relationship, we are here to listen, support and provide you with resources and options.
There are many resources available on campus and in the community. View resources »