Prevention, Education, Advocacy, and Response Program
Prevention and Education
In order to reduce sexual and relationship violence, we have to talk about it as an educational community. We provide programs, trainings and discussions on the topics of consent, healthy relationships, gender and sexuality, masculinity, sexual violence, dating and domestic violence, stalking and others. For more information about PEAR’s prevention education programming please contact email@example.com or call 978.542.2987.
We provide 24-hour access to a PEAR advocate who can support survivors, provide information and connect students to resources. This is a free and confidential resource for students. Students can reach the PEAR advocate through confidential calls or texts to 978.594.7089.
We also can provide in-person support through our weekly drop-in office hours in the Ellison Campus Center Room 112. Please see below for specific days and times.
PEAR Weekly Drop-in Office Hours
Mondays: 2-3 pm
Tuesdays: 10-11 am and 2-3 pm
Wednesdays: 12-1 pm and 3-4pm
Thursdays: 10-11 am and 4-5 pm
Fridays: 11 am-12 pm
Please remember, you can also call/text the PEAR 24/7 confidential advocate to make an appointment: 978.594.7089.
PEAR Program will assist survivors in connecting with campus and community resources.
All services are informed, survivor-centered and culturally inclusive. PEAR serves all Salem State students who are survivors of dating violence, sexual violence and stalking regardless of race, ethnicity, sex, religion, age, language differences, sexual orientation, gender identity, socio-economic status, marital or familial status or disability.
Salem State University will not tolerate sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking in any form. Learn more about Salem State’s policies.
This project was supported by Grant No.2015-WA-AX-0021 awarded by the Office of Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, and recommendations expressed in this document are those of the authors and do not reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office of Violence Against Women.