Preventing Relationship Violence on Campus
Edmonds Community College Healthy Relationships Team (HEART) believes that everyone deserves love, friendship, and family without fear, control, or violence. That is why we provide education and support services to our campus community. Our office is located in the Wellness Center in Lynnwood Hall, Room 236.
It is normal to feel confused or overwhelmed when someone has mistreated you. HEART Advocates can help you understand your options and resources, and they can accompany you to appointments. Drop in the Wellness Center on Mondays, Tuesdays, or Wednesdays. Or call 425.640.1783 to make an appointment on a day or time that works best for you.
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HEART presents educational programs to students and employees across campus. We can infuse relationship violence prevention topics into classes, meetings, and professional development workshops.
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HEART provides training for members of the campus community in how to effectively respond to incidents of relationship violence. We collaborate with Campus Safety, Security and Emergency Preparedness, Title IX, Student Conduct, Behavior Intervention Team, and any other department that requests specialized training for faculty and staff.
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Coordinated Community Response
Our project mandate is to establish a coordinated community response to relationship violence. The HEART vision to end relationship violence will only be achieved through the dedicated teamwork, cooperation, and regular communication that happens between campus and community partners.
This project is supported by grant number 2015-WA-AX-0004 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women. The views expressed here do not necessarily represent the views of the U.S. Department of Justice or the United States.