Spring 2016 Recovery Yoga!
We are pleased to again offer "All Recovery Yoga" for anyone who is engaged in a healing process. Participants will not be asked to disclose information about their recovery, but examples include: sexual assault, eating disorders, drug and alcohol use, mental health struggles, veterans of war. Yoga sessions will be taught by trained instructors from Transformation Yoga. Yoga is every Thursday, February through May (except Spring Break) at 7:00pm in 160 Carpenter Sports Building. Sponsored by the Collegiate Recovery Community, Sexual Offense Support, and Student Wellness & Health Promotion.
S.O.S. - Sexual Offense Support
Sexual Offense Support is a volunteer organization providing support and advocacy to survivors of all forms of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking, as well as educating the University of Delaware community on these topics. Learn how a Victim Advocate can help!
S.O.S. is made up of undergraduate and graduate student volunteers, staff and community volunteers. S.O.S. is a program of Student Wellness & Health Promotion on campus. Please explore our website to learn more about our services, assistance for victims, how you can volunteer, and other helpful information. Or call Student Wellness & Health Promotion at 302-831-3457.
An S.O.S. Victim Advocate can provide 24/7 crisis assistance for anyone in the UD community:
Explain options that victims have & information about all the various resources & reporting options available
A listening ear, support, compassion, empathy
Answers to questions you may have
Assistance in assessing or understanding what may have happened, assessing potential danger in a situation, and providing safety options
Accompaniment to the resources - especially to the hospital to explain what will happen, wait with you, provide comfort to your friends or family who are there, act as your advocate to make sure that your needs are met
Arrange a ride for you to the hospital via UD Public Safety and ride with you if preferred (you do not have to be filing a police report to use the ride service)
- Referrals to counseling resources both on and off campus and/or schedule an appointment for you
Make arrangements for you to utilize on-campus Emergency Housing or off-campus Shelter resources
Assistance in making a coping plan to get through the next few days
Professionals at Student Wellness can provide for UD Students:
- Ongoing crisis counseling, and the opportunity to participate in a Survivor Support Group (either related to Sexual Assault or Dating Violence)
- Arrangements for academic accommodations, either directly with your faculty or via the Office of the Dean of Students (extension on work due, postponement of an exam, excusal from missed classes, etc.)
- Accompaniment to meet with Housing & Residence Life staff when seeking a room change, contract termination, or Emergency Housing
- Ongoing advocacy throughout the Student Conduct process including accompaniment to meetings and hearing
Accompaniment to meet with the Title IX Coordinator
Explanation of the Protection From Abuse Order process and accompaniment to Family Court to seek a PFA
Letter to your landlord to verify the need for termination of an off-campus rental lease without penalty under Delaware law
- Verification on forms when seeking Victims Compensation Assistance Program funds through the Delaware's program (VCAP is available to victims who have reported to police)
To reach the SOS Victim Advocate on duty 24 hours/day call 302-831-2226. The Student Health Service staff member who answers will take a first name and phone number and the S.O.S. Victim Advocate will call you back within 10 minutes.
Students may make an appointment for services at Student Wellness by calling 302-831-3457 during normal business hours. You will need to provide your real name to set up the appointment, and complete paperwork at your first visit.
You may wish to learn more online. You are encouraged to explore this site, and also visit www.udel.edu/gbv to learn more about UD's Policy, victim options, and answers to frequently asked questions.
Netflix and Chill?
209 Smith Hall
Talking about sex can be scary. Find out how your peers ask for sex in this fun, interactive exercise. Learn more about verbal, and non-verbal indicators your partner may use to indicate consent or not-consent, and learn some new sexy ways to ask! Presented by Sexual Offense Support (S.O.S.) and sponsored by the Sexual Assault Prevention & Education Committee.
First Annual St. Patrick's Day Dance
Trabant Student Center, MPRs
Must have student ID or sign in, security screening at entrance. Sponsored by the UD St. Patrick's Day Planning Committee. Call 831-3457 for information.
Perkins Live FINALE
Perkins Student Center
Get your GREEN on! Sponsored by the UD St. Patrick's Day Planning Committee. Call 831-3457 for information.
Shamrock Fest GLOW GREEN
Perkins Student Center
Lots of events including blacklight zumba, blacklight dodgeball & more. The Shamrock Fest Express will run from Laird campus to Perkins Student Center from 10:30am-4:30pm on Saturday. Sponsored by the UD St. Patrick's Day Planning Committee. Call 831-3457 for information.
All Recovery Yoga
160 Carpenter Sports Bldg.
FREE weekly All Recovery Yoga is here for Spring, Thursday nights at 7pm! Unlike other yoga classes, this practice focuses on poses that are restorative, rather than those with the potential to be triggering. Taught by Transformation Yoga and sponsored by the Collegiate Recovery Community and Sexual Offense Support (S.O.S.)
Wellness Speaker Series: Quiet Riot Comedy Theater
Trabant Multi-Purpose Rms A&B
Composed of two brothers, Bill and David Mettler, Quiet Riot combines comedy, mime, storytelling, music and sound effects to discuss the importance of kindness in all aspects of life. The audience will explore how kindness towards themselves and others can impact leadership and role modeling, leading to a healthier life. Sponsored by Pow! and TEDx UD. Call 831-3457 for information.