Peer counseling dating violence
The VOICE Center emphasizes empowerment of the survivor and peer-based services provided by staff and trained advocates.VOICE Center Advocates can talk to you, either on the phone or in person, about your relationship and concerns you may have; reporting options; temporary orders of protection; support groups; counseling, and medical resources available to you. Mission Statement Volunteering Resources Confidentiality Policy Sexual Assault Sexual Assault Services at MSURelationship Violence Stalking The Montana State University VOICE Center is committed to the belief that all people have the right to live free from violence and the fear of violence.They can also accompany or assist survivors in accessing medical, legal, or other services. We recognize that sexual and relationship violence are not isolated incidents, but rather are the expression of a pervasive attitude in which violence and control are acted out in a gendered and sexual manner.
The VOICE Center was formed to: Giving Power Back – the VOICE Center’s Empowerment-Based Approach VOICE Center advocates help restore personal power and dignity to survivors of interpersonal violence by providing choices and decision-making opportunities. We also help survivors and their loved ones to become aware of and understand all of the options available to them.
At the VOICE Center, we firmly believe that survivors of interpersonal violence know what is best for them, and we respect their decisions.
We are committed to working with survivors to provide support throughout their healing process.
Back to the Top The VOICE Center is a peer-based program that provides education and advocacy on issues of sexual and domestic violence in the MSU community.
We have two types of volunteers: Advocates and Educators.