The Spiro’s HERO project coordinates the university's response to incidents of sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking when those incidents involve members of or visitors to the Saint Mary community.
Informed by current federal guidance, Spiro’s HERO aims to ensure the university responds promptly and effectively to stop problem behavior, prevent its recurrence, and remedies its effects.
The program provides:
October 9 @ 9-10:30am - MOCSA presents “supporting survivors of sexual abuse and assault through a trauma informed response” Zoom training (email firstname.lastname@example.org to register)
October 14 @ 11:30am - Domestic Violence Awareness Month recognition - come to the circle and help tie purple ribbons to the trees in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month
October 14 @ 2-3:30pm - MOCSA presents “supporting survivors of sexual abuse and assault through a trauma informed response” Zoom training (email email@example.com to register)
October 19 @ ? – Who are the Sisters and what do they do? Sister MaryLex, fighting domestic violence on the front lines
October 21 @ 7pm – Mass with Candle Light Vigil for survivors of domestic violence
October 25 – 31 – My Costume is Not my Consent poster and social media campaign
Right click and save the image to use during your zoom meetups
Click on the images to go to a new page will the full size image, then right click to "save as" and then add to your custom virtual background in Zoom.
Go to facebook.com/profilepicframes to add a frame to show your support
Check out the IG pages of organizations that focus on helping survivors and take part in their social media challenges! Look for #30DaysOfSAAM for calls to action
Teal is the official color of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Wear a teal shirt, headband, etc, paint your face teal! Then take a pic and post it to whichever your preferred social media is and tag it with #SAAM or shout out to the importance of supporting survivors.