Enough Is Enough

Combating Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence on College Campuses in New York State

 

Through the Enough is Enough Program funded by New York State Department of Health, YWCA Mohawk Valley works in conjunction with nine local institutions of higher learning throughout Herkimer and Oneida counties in an effort to reduce the incidence of sexual assault on both private and SUNY campuses.

In addition to providing advocacy and accompaniment by a team of trained and certified domestic violence and sexual violence advocates, YWCA Mohawk Valley also takes a proactive stance against Sexual Violence on campus by providing Community Educators who work with campus officials and students regularly.

To learn more about this state program, visit the NYS Enough is Enough website at:

https://www.health.ny.gov/prevention/sexual_violence/enough_is_enough.htm

 

For more information about YWCA MV’s education program, call 315.732.2159,
and ask to speak with Laura Howard or Melissa Loiacano, our Community Educators.

If you are in need of advocacy or counseling, please contact our hotline:
315.866.4120 in  Herkimer County
and
315.797.7740 in Oneida County.

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