BUILD SKILLS TO MINIMIZE RISK AND PROMOTE HEALTHY SOCIAL EXPERIENCES
Want to learn how to effectively intervene in real life situations?
BeVocal Bystander Intervention Training
BeVocal is designed to address multiple types of harm and enhance an individual's confidence to intervene. The BeVocal initiative seeks to promote intervention as a norm of our community, and in turn change the campus culture. BeVocal believes that while the issues or type of harm may be different, the action steps to intervene, overcome potential barriers, and mobilize resources are consistent.
Want to learn how to navigate challenging scenarios to successfully take care of your fellow Longhorns?
What Would You Do? Workshop
This workshop allows students to assess their current behavior as bystanders in common college situations. Using the principles of the BeVocal bystander intervention model, students will have the opportunity to think through how they would navigate different and often challenging scenarios to successfully take care of their fellow Longhorns.
Want to learn how to be an ally for those in recovery from addiction?
Recovery Ally Training
This training is designed to reduce stigma toward people in active addiction as well as those in or in hope of recovery from addiction, and to increase awareness about the millions of individuals living in healthy recovery across the country. You can help make campus a more recovery-friendly place. There is a full training (90 minutes) and a short version of the training (50 minutes).
Want to learn how to create a more welcoming student organization experience?
Creating Space for Change Workshop
This workshop is tailored to helping student organization members think intentionally about how they can create meaningful relationships in a healthy manner within their student organization experience. The workshop is interactive and students walk away inspired with ideas to further relationship building in their student organization experience.
Want to learn how to help prevent hazing?
Hazing Prevention Workshop
This is an introductory workshop on key concepts of hazing and how to prevent, intervene, and report. This is workshop can be tailored to the needs of your group and is a great starting point for education.
Want to learn how to effectively recognize and respond to an opioid overdose?
Opiate and Naloxone Training
This training will help students be able to describe drug overdose trends in the US since 1999, recognize signs and symptoms of an opioid overdose, identify common risk factors for opioid overdose, describe the role of naloxone in overdose response, and prepare to educate the community about naloxone.