Listings are alphabetized by city with:
1. Groups and Projects
2. Information and Referrals
G R O U P S A N D P R O J E C T S
Indiana University, Bloomington
While IUMC is open to all students, the focus is on reaching and educating men on the IU campus. Primarily the task is to educate men about sexual assault as a problem males must face.
Middle Way House implements and sustains meaningful alternatives to living with violence and seeks to meet the specific housing, employment, and service needs of abused women and their children. It envisions a community where individuals live free from violence and the threat of violence; a community characterized by equality between women and men and social and economic justice; a community where everyone’s contribution is honored and individual and group differences are valued; a community where everyone is adequately fed, housed, educated and employed; a community that provides opportunities for meaningful participation, personal growth, and creative expression.
University of Evansville, Evansville
Our chapter consists of: a peer-led support group, offering college students who are grieving the illness or death of a loved one the opportunity to share their feelings and experiences with others going through the same experience and a service group that provides opportunities to raise money and awareness for causes important to chapter members, help others in need, and channel energy toward positive outlets.
Fathers that Work is a program created to assist non-custodial parents delinquent in child support payment with finding and maintaining employment.
Jasper, Rockport, Tell City
A local volunteer-based victim assistance program that serves victims of domestic and sexual violence primarily within the counties of Crawford, Dubois, Orange ,Perry, and Spencer. Me? I’d never hit a woman. Wish I could say the same for my Dad. What are you teaching your son? He’s watching.
Earlham College, Richmond
The Earlham Men’s Forum is an autonomous student run group of those who sexually identify as male. The goals of the group will be to facilitate the discussion of masculinity as it relates to the individual and society and to actively shape the concept of masculinity through progressive action relating to the issue of sexual violence.
Notre Dame University, South Bend
Men Against Violence was founded on the idea that men must be role models in society and hold other men accountable for their behavior. For too long, rape and sexual assault have been pigeonholed as “women’s issues” when in fact MEN commit the vast majority of these crimes.
Indiana State University, Terre Haute
Men Can Stop Rape mobilizes male youth to prevent men’s violence against women. We build young men’s capacity to challenge harmful aspects of traditional masculinity, to value alternative visions of male strength, and to embrace their vital role as allies with women and girls in fostering healthy relationships and gender equity.
Valparaiso University, Valparaiso
Indiana Zeta strives to be educated about the issues of sexual assault with which the SAAFE office works. We also strive to maintain our house as a place that commits to the safety and comfort of all individuals who visit us.
Purdue University, West Lafayette
The mission of Students of AMF at Purdue is to provide peer support for college students grieving the illness or death of a loved one and empower the campus community to take action through service.
Statewide, West Lafayette
The goal of the Indiana Campus Sexual Assault Primary Prevention (INCSAPP) Project is to increase the capacity of Indiana colleges and universities to prevent initial occurrence of sexual violence through training and technical assistance, campus coalition building, and mini-grants.
ICADV works to eliminate domestic violence through the implementation of prevention programs including public education, advocacy for system and societal change, influencing public policy and allocation of resources.
The Indiana Coalition Against Sexual Assault (INCASA) believes that sexual assault is a violent crime of power and domination that can be perpetrated against all persons, and that the healing of victims cannot be separated from the healing of society.
Statewide: West Lafayette
Multicultural Efforts to end Sexual Assault (MESA) is a statewide program committed to preventing sexual violence in multicultural communities and other underserved and underrepresented populations in Indiana.
Following the lead of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) provides statewide leadership in the public health approach to sexual violence prevention.
I N F O R M A T I O N A N D R E F E R R A L S
Sexual Assault Elkhart
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response: What Can Men Do? University of Southern Indiana, Evansville
Sexual Harassment/Sexual Assault and Rape/Date Rape University of St. Francis, Fort Wayne
Sexual Misconduct DePauw University, Greencastle
Campus Security Programs Hanover College, Hanover
Alcohol & Sexual Assault Butler University, Indianapolis
Myths and Misperceptions About Sexual Assault Butler University, Indianapolis
Sexual Assault University of Indianapolis
Sexual Assault Policy Bethel College, Mishawaka
Sexual Assault Ball State University, Muncie
Sexual Assault Policy Earlham College, Richmond
Student Life Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Terre Haute
Sexual Assault Taylor University, Upland
Prevent Sexual Assault Purdue University, West Lafayette