For Men

Men Against Violence

Become a member of Stanford’s Men Against Violence group.

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Controlling and Abusive Relationships

What is Relationship Abuse?

Relationship Abuse is a pattern of abusive and coercive behaviors used to maintain power and control over a former or current intimate partner. An abusive relationship means more than being hit by the person who claims to love or care about you. Abuse can be emotional, psychological, financial, sexual or physical and can include threats, isolation, and intimidation. Abuse tends to escalate over time.

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Sexual Harassment

Sexual Harassment is unwanted, unwelcomed, and repeated behavior of a sexual nature. Prohibited sexual harassment includes, but is not limited to, unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or other verbal, visual or physical conduct of a sexual nature made by someone from, or in, the work or education setting when:

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Dean's Leave of Absence

Introduction

While Stanford University provides a wide range of services to support and address the mental and physical health of students, in some circumstances a student is unable to perform the basic academic and/or non-academic activities of student life, or the level of care required for a particular student exceeds the resources and staffing that a university can be expected to provide. Under such circumstances, a mandated or voluntary leave of absence may be necessary.

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Getting Involved

For additional ways to get involved, please contact:


Jarreau Bowen - Vaden Peer Health Coordinator
(650) 725-3190
health@stanford.edu


Laura Harrison - Assistant Dean and Director of the Women's Community Center
(650) 723-0545
lauramh@stanford.edu

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Getting Involved

Participate in local events that promote education and awareness.

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Getting Involved

Learn about how Men Can Stop Rape.

  • Men Can Stop Rape empowers male youth and the institutions that serve them to work as allies with women in preventing rape and other forms of men's violence. Through awareness-to-action education and community organizing, we promote gender equity and build men's capacity to be strong without being violent.
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