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Center for Advocacy, Response and Education

Center for Advocacy, Response and Education
Kansas State University
206 Holton Hall
1101 Mid-Campus Drive N
Manhattan, KS 66506 

8:00 AM-5:00 PM

785-532-6444
785-532-6457 fax
ksucare@k-state.edu

 

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Education

The CARE advocates offer a variety of interactive workshop options for K-State students, faculty, and staff members. Presentations are designed to engaged audiences and offer insight about best-practices from the advocates extensive experience working with survivors of sexual violence, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, and sexual harassment.

Workshops include:

  • CARE 101 (30-45 min)
    • CARE 101 is an overview of what the CARE office does, what services we offer, and what advocacy, education, and prevention looks like. CARE 101 also discusses the different ways to support survivors of sexual and interpersonal violence through trauma-informed care and practices.
  • Consent 101 (60 min)
    • In Consent 101, participants will learn the definition of consent, what consent looks like, what it doesn't look like, and situations where consent cannot happen. This presentation can be done on its own or tied into a longer presentation.
  • The Reality of Sexual Violence (90 min)
    • The Reality of Sexual violence provides an overview of what sexual violence is, its prevalence, and the different forms it can take. Participants will learn the definition of sexual violence, common myths about victimization and perpetration, and how to support survivors.
  • The Reality of Relationship Violence (90 min)
    • The Reality of Relationship Violence provides an overview of what relationship violence is, particularly dating and domestic violence. Participants will learn more about what dating and domestic violence are, the concept of power and control, as well as how to maintain a healthy relationship with your partner.
  • Healthy Relationships and Boundaries (60 min)
    • Healthy Relationships and Boundaries discusses the concepts of what makes a relationship healthy, boundaries with partners and/or friends, open communication, and love languages.

Wildcats Make a Pact (WMAP), K-State's bystander intervention program, is not included on this list. Please contact the CARE office directly at (785) 532-6444 or email ksucare@ksu.edu to discuss scheduling Wildcats Make a Pact sessions. Learn more about WMAP here.

If you would like to have someone from CARE come to your location (residence hall, community, class, etc.) to give a presentation, facilitate a discussion, or provide prevention education materials, please complete the online Workshop Request FormFor preparation and planning purposes, please make your request at least two weeks in advance.