Assault Survivors Advocacy Program
The Assault Survivors Advocacy Program (ASAP) provides confidential 24-hour crisis response and intervention, advocacy, and resources to survivors of sexual violence, relationship or intimate partner violence, and stalking.
ASAP is a survivor-centered resource on campus that has advocates available to speak to students, faculty, staff, friends, family members, alumni, or any concerned other that have been impacted by sexual violence, intimate partner violence, or stalking. Please reach out to us if you need support or resources.
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Office: Cassidy Hall 2nd Floor
Crisis Line: 970-351-4040
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Monday – Friday
Upcoming ASAP Events
Take Back The Night - Campus March
Join us for a march across campus to raise awareness about sexual violence. This year's theme, 'Healing Is An Act of Community' is adapted from the Bell Hooks quote: "Rarely, if ever, are any of us healed in isolation. Healing is an act of communion."
For accommodations or questions, contact us by April 10th.
April 13th, 2023
Kick-off event starts at 6:30PM
Gunter Hall 1720 | Doors Open at 6:00PM
March 2023 Events
April 2023 Events
Clothesline Project Launch
Sexual Violence Awareness Workshop
Take Back The Night - Sign Making Social
Join us to make your own sign, or signs for other participants, ahead of the annual Take Back the Night March. Snacks will be provided.
Take Back The Night - Campus March
Take Back the Night is a nationally recognized event, held each year on campus in April. The march will spread across campus to raise awareness of sexual violence. All survivors and allies are invited to attend. Snacks will be provided after the march.
Survivor Speak Out - Creative Writing Workshop
Join us for a creative art workshop to prepare work that can be shared for the Survivor Speak Out. Markers and colored pencils will be provided.
Movie Showing: The Hunting Ground Documentary
The Hunting Ground documentary covers the incidence of sexual assault on college campuses in the United States and the failure of college administrations to deal with it adequately. The movie discusses the prevalence of sexual violence on campuses and how campus communities can better support survivors.
This movie debrief will be a space for participants to discuss the impact of the movie.
Shatter the Silence - Survivor Speak Out
Open to all survivors of gender-based violence to share their story in a safe and supportive space. Survivors can share their story in whatever medium feels best to them, whether that is through writing, dance, or visual art.
Denim Day is an internationally recognized event to show support for survivors of gender-based violence. To participate, simply wear denim!
Exploring Wellness for Survivors
In collaboration with the Office of Health Promotion, this workshop will discuss different ways for survivors to regain their own autonomy following an assault.
UNC is committed to providing support to survivors of gender-based violence through on-campus resources and services or you can reach out to off-campus agencies for support.
Not sure where to start? That's okay, learn more here.
ASAP Advocates provide free, confidential and trauma informed services to our campus community.
We want to empower you to make informed decisions around your personal healing. We assist with navigating processes and provide services that may be helpful to you.
ASAP staff and interns provide engaging workshops aimed to prevent sexual and intimate partner violence on campus and in our community.
It’s not your fault, we believe you. We can help you understand your options while respecting whatever decisions you make.
For Support People
The person a survivor shares their story with can have a large impact on how they heal from the trauma.