Green Dot

Green Dots are taking over campus! These Green Dots banners are on Vanderbilt Place for the months of October and April. Professor Moore shared Green Dots with her class of Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner students Green Dots tabled at the 2011 Wellness Bash, encouraging students to submit their Green Dots to our campus map

If you or someone close to you has experienced interpersonal violence (sexual assault, dating or domestic violence, or stalking), please visit the Project Safe site for a listing of resources both on campus and in the community.

Green Dot is a program of the Project Safe Center and is supported by our active campus partners — students, faculty, and staff. Your involvement is key! Green dots are individual choices that meet in a shared vision–creating the momentum of a social movement.  Green Dot is the University’s chosen bystander intervention training program, designed to equip all community members with the skills and confidence to safely and appropriately intervene to reduce, disrupt, and prevent sexual and intimate partner violence.  Vanderbilt is proud to have offered Green Dot training to our campus community since 2009.

A green dot symbolizes a single moment in time that can be used to end perpetration or support victims of violence. Adding a green dot will increase community safety for everyone.  If each of us adds 1 or 2 or 5 or 100 green dots, we will end the perpetration of violence–one green dot at a time.

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