What is VOICE?
Violence Outreach Intervention and Community Empowerment (VOICE) is a group of students dedicated to utilizing prevention education to reduce the number of CSUSB students impacted by sexual violence, intimate partner violence, domestic violence, and stalking. VOICE Peer Advocates help students recognize the dynamics of these violations, identify ways to step in and speak up safely and provide appropriate referrals for survivors. All VOICE Peer Advocates must complete mandatory training throughout the year. Peer Advocate positions are posted on Handshake as openings occur.
Request a VOICE Training
You can request a VOICE presentation for your residence hall, chapter, classroom, or student organization on topics such as:
- Sexual Assault 101
- Dating Violence 101
- Stalking 101
- Bystander intervention
- Healthy relationships
- Survivor Ally training
- Violence in LGBTQ communities
- Other topics based on special request
Programs are a minimum of 45-60 minutes. To request a presentation, please contact the survivor advocate.