"Programs attempting to encourage active bystander behaviors would ideally seek to effect change in: individual attitudes and beliefs condoning violence against women; perceptions of the broader social norms condoning violence against women; perception of an individual's capacity to act to prevent violence against women; and intention to behave or act in various ways in response to violence against women, and/or others' expressions of violence-supportive attitudes and behaviors."

Bystander Intervention in the Community - Programs addressing intervening in bars


List of Bystander Intervention Programs Nationally

Developed by the Bystander Intervention Work Group of the Wellness Network at the University of Texas at Austin, more info: http://www.wellnessnetwork.utexas.edu/
Last updated July 2014




Program Name
Nonprofit or College
Year Established
Program Eval
Contact
Website
Additional Notes and Awards
Active Bystanders
College - MIT/Non-profit - Quabbin Mediation
1989
http://www.trainingactivebystanders.org/evidence-based.html
Mary Rowe, mrowe@mit.edu, (617)253-5921 or Libby Mahaffy, (617)253-0242
http://web.mit.edu/bystanders/index.html and http://www.trainingactivebystanders.org/ and http://quabbinmediation.org/

Bringing in the Bystander (Athlete)
College - University of New Hampshire

Moynihan, Banyard, Arnold, Eckstein, & Stapleton (2010) in J of American College Health, 59(3), 197
Huddleston Hall, Room 206, 73 Main Street
University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH 03824
(603) 862-5023 phone | prevention.innovations@unh.edu
http://www.unh.edu/preventioninnovations/

Bringing in the Bystander (general)
College - University of New Hampshire

Frederick Amar and Sutherland. (2012). Evaluation of a Bystander Education Program. Issues in Mental Health Nursing.
Huddleston Hall, Room 206, 73 Main Street
University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH 03824
(603) 862-5023 phone | prevention.innovations@unh.edu
http://www.unh.edu/preventioninnovations/

Bringing in the Bystander (Sorority)
College - University of New Hampshire

Moynihan, Banyard, et al (2011) in Violence Against Women, 17(6), 703
Huddleston Hall, Room 206, 73 Main Street
University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH 03824
(603) 862-5023 phone | prevention.innovations@unh.edu
http://www.unh.edu/preventioninnovations/

Bringing in the Bystander (Student Leader)
College - University of New Hampshire

Banyard, Moynihan, & Crossman (2009) J of College Student Development, 50(4)
Huddleston Hall, Room 206, 73 Main Street
University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH 03824
(603) 862-5023 phone | prevention.innovations@unh.edu
http://www.unh.edu/preventioninnovations/
also runs Know Your Power, the poster campaign
Bystander Education "We will not stand by."
College - Boston College


Molly Kocher at bystand@bc.edu
http://www.bc.edu/content/bc/offices/wrc/bystander-intervention.html

Bystander Intervention Playbook
College - College of William and Mary, adapted by Virginia Tech



https://www.union.edu/offices/dean/sart/bystander/index.php and http://www.stopabuse.vt.edu/bystander.php and http://www.stopabuse.vt.edu/pdf/playbook.pdf
Playbook is no longer available via College of William and Mary but has been adapted for use by Virginia Tech and Union
Communication and Consent Educators
College - Yale (student group through Dean's Office)
part of SHARE, Sexual Harassment and Assault Response & Education Center

cce@yale.edu, The program is directed by Dean Melanie Boyd (melanie.boyd@yale.edu), with assistance from Hannah Peck (hannah.peck@yale.edu) and Garrett Fiddler (garrett.fiddler@yale.edu), Student Affairs Fellows.
http://branford.yalecollege.yale.edu/whos-who/communication-consent-educators

Find Your Voice
College - University of Maine
2000

Office of Sexual Assault & Violence Prevention
5748 Memorial Union
Orono, Maine 04469
Phone: (207) 581-1406
E-mail:
elizabeth.lavoie@umit.maine.edu
http://umaine.edu/OSAVP/bystander-intervention/
and https://www.facebook.com/SafeCampusProject
Green Dot
College/Non-profit - University of Kentucky

full list of evaluations: http://www.livethegreendot.com/gd_evalasses.html

Evaluation of the Green Dot Bystander Intervention to Reduce Interpersonal Violence Among College Students Across Three Campuses, 2014. Ann L. Coker, Bonnie S. Fisher, Heather M. Bush, Suzanne C. Swan, Corrine M. Williams, Emily R. Clear, Sarah DeGue.

Coker, A. L., Cook-Craig, P. G., Williams, C. M., Fisher, B. S., Clear, E. R., Garcia, L. S., & Hegge, L. M. (2011). Evaluation of Green Dot: An active bystander intervention to reduce sexual violence on college campuses. Violence Against Women, 17(6), 777
Jennifer Messina

email: messina@livethegreendot.com

telephone:540.319.0913
http://www.livethegreendot.com/
Founded by Dorothy Edwards, power-based violence focused, "The power of Green Dot is simple: Red dots bad. Green dots good. You decide."
H.E.R.O.E.S. Campaign
College - Western Michigan University


cari.robertson@wmich.edu or (269)-387-3263
https://www.facebook.com/WesternHeroes

Hollaback!: I've got your back!
Non-profit
2005
http://www.ihollaback.org/resources/research/
General email: holla@ihollaback.org
Phone number: 347-889-5510
Address:
Hollaback!
30 Third Avenue, #800B
Brooklyn, NY 11217
http://www.ihollaback.org/resources/get-involved/
Focus on street harassment, bystander intervention content in partnership with Green Dot
Hurts One. Affects All.
U.S. Military Department of Defense, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response
2005, http://www.sapr.mil/index.php/about/mission-and-history
http://www.sapr.mil/index.php/research
Phone:
(571) 372-2657

Email:

SAPRO@sapr.mil
http://www.myduty.mil/,
http://sapr.mil/index.php/prevention/prevention-program-elements?highlight=WyJieXN0YW5kZXIiXQ==, http://www.sapr.mil/

Intervention Initiative
College - University of the West of England
2014
Control trial in progress; people who use the toolkit and implement the program are asked to fill out evaluation questionnaires before, immediately after, and 3 months-1 year after the program.
intervention@uwe.ac.uk
http://www1.uwe.ac.uk/bl/research/interventioninitiative/thetoolkit.aspx

Know Your Power
College - University of New Hampshire, poster campaign of the Bringing in the Bystander Program

Potter, S. J., Stapleton, J. G., & Moynihan, M. M. (2008). Designing, implementing, and evaluating a media campaign illustrating the bystander role. Journal of Prevention and Intervention in the Community, 36(1), 39-55.; also, Potter et al., 2009, 2011 Full list of related evaluation research http://www.unh.edu/preventioninnovations/index.cfm?id=BCB854FC-A632-60A4-16DE8FF60B2EF070
Huddleston Hall, Room 206, 73 Main Street
University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH 03824
(603) 862-5023 phone | prevention.innovations@unh.edu
http://www.know-your-power.org/ and http://www.unh.edu/preventioninnovations/
poster campaign
Make Your Move
Non-profit - Missoula Intervention in Action Project, part of the Crime Victim Advocate Office
2012

(866) 921-6995 Email: kmcguire@co.missoula.mt.us
https://www.facebook.com/MakeYourMoveMissoula
campaign was designed by Partners Creative. To know more about their amazing work, please visit their website at http://www.partnerscreative.com/
Mentors in Violence Prevention Program
College/Non-profit - Northeastern University & University of Central Florida
co-created by Jackson Katz at Northeastern University in 1993,
*An unpublished evaluation found that fraternity men and sorority women who participated in the program reported lower levels of sexism and an increased belief that they could prevent men's violence against women (Cissner, 2009) *see http://www.mvpnational.org/ list of evaluations: http://www.mvpnational.org/?page_id=275
MVP National Director Jeff O’Brien
(617) 283-6733
jeffrey.obrien[at]ucf.edu
http://www.mvpnational.org/
Hosted the conference Bystander Intervention: From Its Roots to the Road Ahead in May, 2012
Red Watch Band
College - Eastern Illinois University
2009
"Because the program is so new, there are no formal evaluation results at
this time. However, student engagement in participating in the training
has been high despite little marketing effort on campus." http://www.stonybrook.edu/sb/redwatchband/faq.html
Stony Brook University

Center for Prevention and Outreach

216 Stony Brook Union

Stony Brook, NY 11794
Phone: (631) 632-2748
Email: Prevention_Outreach@notes.cc.sunysb.edu
http://www.stonybrook.edu/sb/redwatchband
Red Watch Band movement is
designed to end alcohol overdose deaths by teaching students how to
handle alcohol emergencies and summon professional help.
Response-Ability
Non-profit
2008
Based on the research of Alan Berkowitz, http://www.alanberkowitz.com/papers.php
Mike Dilbeck,
The RESPONSE ABILITY Project
3105 N. Ashland Avenue
Suite 107
Chicago, IL 60657
Main Phone and Fax: (888) 817-HERO (4376)
http://raproject.org/

See It, Stop It
non-profit, teen-based


Violence Prevention Coalition • P. O. Box 3269 • Durango, CO 81302 • 970-247-2935
http://www.violencepreventioncoalition.org/index.cfm/see-it-stop-it/

Step-Up!
College - C.A.T.S Life Skills Program University of Arizona
2006
pilot study, pre/post test and eval insturment available online:
http://stepupprogram.org/facilitators/resource-library/
Becky Bell, M.A.

Associate Athletics Director, C.A.T.S. Life Skills

The University of Arizona

P.O. Box 210096

Tucson, Arizona 85721-0096
info@stepupprogram.org
520-621-5339
http://www.stepupprogram.org/

Stop Abuse at Virginia Tech, Be an Active Bystander



Women's Center
206 Washington Street (0270)
Blacksburg, VA 24061
(540) 231-7806 (8am-5pm, M-F) http://www.stopabuse.vt.edu/index.php -
Be an Active Bystander: http://www.stopabuse.vt.edu/bystander.php

The InterAct Program
College - California State University - Long Beach
2000
Ahrens, C. E., Rich, M. D., Ullman, J. B. (2011). Rehearsing for Real Life: The impact of the InterACT sexual assault prevention program on self-reported likelihood of engaging in bystander interventions. Violence Against Women, 17(6), 760 "published several quantitative and qualitative studies on theeffictiveness of our sexual assault program. Our pilot study in
‘Communication Activism’ was the first quantitative study of proactive performance, and a 2011 study published in ‘Violence against Women’ is the first longitudinal study of this interactive model. In a recent edition of ‘Feminism and Psychology’ several prevention educators discuss the effectiveness of the interACT model." http://www.csulb.edu/colleges/cla/departments/communicationstudies/interact/published-research-2/
Executive Director: Marc D. Rich, Ph.D., Managing Director: Kelly Janke (KJ), M.A.
http://www.csulb.edu/colleges/cla/departments/communicationstudies/interact/
The Men's Program
Non-profit - One in Four

Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J., Foubert, J. D., Brasfield, H., Hill, B., & Tremblay, S.S. (2011). The Men's Program: Does it impact college men's self-reported efficacy and willingness to intervene? Violence Against Women, 17(6), 743 (details a great description of their program)
president@oneinfourusa.org
http://www.oneinfourusa.org/themensprogram.php
The Men's Project (Violence Against Women Prevention Program)
College- University of Connecticut

Gidycz, C.A., Orchowski, L. M., Berkowitz, A.D. (2011). Preventing sexual aggression among college men: An evaluation of a social norms and bystander intervention program. Violence Against Women, 17(6)
VAWPP Coordinator at 860-486-4738
or e-mail Men's Project Facilitators Andrew Stewart at andrew.stewart@uconn.edu
or Bryce Crapser at bryce.crapser@uconn.edu.
http://womenscenter.uconn.edu/issues/vawpp/men.php
The Red Flag Campaign
Non-profit - Virginia Sexual & Domestic Violence Action Alliance
Oct 2007 full launch
The public relations research team conducted two focus groups of college
students in March, 2006 (a women’s group at Virginia Commonwealth
University in Richmond, VA and a men’s group at Washington & Lee
University in Lexington, VA). In October 2006, The Red Flag Campaign launched a test pilot on the following 10 Virginia campuses.
relationships versus abusive ones. (http://www.theredflagcampaign.org/index.php/about/about-the-campaign/)
Liz Cascone & Kate McCord
Phone: (804) 377-0335
E-mail: info@vsdvalliance.org
Virginia Sexual & Domestic Violence Action Alliance
http://www.theredflagcampaign.org/

The Women's Program
Non-profit - One in Four

Foubert, J. D., Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J., Brasfield, H., & Hill, B. (2010). In J of Community Psychology, 38(7), 813 *for resources, see http://www.oneinfourusa.org/themensprogram.php
president@oneinfourusa.org
http://www.oneinfourusa.org/thewomensprogram.php

Where do you stand?
Non-profit - Men Can Stop Rape
Men Can Stop Rape founded in 1997, Where Do You Stand was launched around 2010(?)
program eval is built into the program, research base explained:
http://www.mencanstoprape.org/Handouts/where-do-you-stand-campaign-guide.html
Patrick McGann, pmcgann@mencanstoprape.org, 202.534.1834.
http://www.mencanstoprape.org/Trainings-for-College-Sexual-Assault-Professionals/college-wdys.html
poster campaign


Campaigns & Programs


The Intervention Initiative
"The Intervention Initiative is a free resource for universities and further education settings in England, developed in 2014 by the University of the West of England on receipt of a grant from Public Health England. It is an evidence-based educational programme for the prevention of sexual coercion and domestic abuse in university settings, through empowering students to act as prosocial citizens. The Intervention Initiative is a programme of eight facilitated sessions, each lasting for 60 minutes (minimum) to 90 minutes. The content of each of the sessions is provided in the form of facilitator notes, Powerpoint slides and handouts. There is an accompanying resource setting out the theoretical rationale for the programme across all eight sessions." The program is being formally evaluated in 2014-2015, and users are asked to complete evaluation questionnaires before, immediately after, and 3-12 months after implementation. Available resources are extensive and are free for anyone to use, reproduce, or modify, as long as credit is given to UWE and Public Health England. Some materials are specific to England and would have to be modified if used outside of England.

(From the NSVRC Bystander Resource Center)


Step Up! Sexual Assault Bystander Intervention
STEP UP! is a pro-social behavior and bystander intervention program that educates students to be proactive in helping others. To learn more about sexual assault bystander intervention, the site includes: scenarios, questions, definitions and considerations, action steps and resources.


Know Your Power
Campaign: As a bystander you can make a difference. Everyone in the community has a role to play in ending relationship and sexual violence. The site includes a checklist for bystander action. PreventConnect also blogged about this campaign and related research.
  • An additional component to Banyard and colleagues' Bringing in the Bystander in-person program is a social-marketing campaign Know Your Power: Step In, Speak Up. The bystander-oriented social marketing campaign explicitly modelled prosocial bystander behavior through a series of four posters that illustrated typical university situations. One poster shows a young man forcing a young woman up against the desk in her dorm room as she exclaims that he is hurting her. Outside the room, two fellow student residents discuss how to intervene. Another poster features students listening to and caring for friends who have experienced sexual violence. All four posteds feature the campaign taglin "Know your power. Step in, Speak up. You can make a difference." and provide specific advise about what to do in a situation similar to the one shown. For example, the first poster above offers the following advice: "Intimate partner abuse is everyone's problem. Intervene when you see it or hear it" and shows the students agreeing to report the incident to an authority.
  • A post-test evaluation of the campaign showed that participants who reported seeing the posters exhibited greater awareness of the violence against women and greater willingness to participate in actions aimed at reducing violence compared to those students who reported not seeing the posters. The campaign invites university students to think about violence against women on campus and to consider actions to prevent it, representing an important step in reducing sexual violence on campuses where prevailing norms and culture too often facilitate rather than discourage sexual violence. **


"Green Dot" campaign
The Green Dot campaign is based on the idea that peer influence in a great predictor of behavior. In instances of harmful or violent words, actions, or behaviors, each person has a choice to ignore or buy-in (a red dot) or intervene to address it (a green dot).

Hollaback!: I’ve got your back!
I’ve got your back! Is the bystander intervention campaign by Hollaback!, an international organization to end street harassment. Teaming up with and using the Green Dot approach, this campaign also emphasizes use of digital and social media to help confront harassing and violent public behaviors. Also see the PreventConnect interview: I’ve Got Your Back: Bystander Intervention for Street Harassment.

Virginia’s Red Flag Campaign
The Red Flag Campaign uses a bystander infused approach to increase public awareness of dating violence and promote the prevention of dating violence on college campuses.

University of New Hampshire Bringing in the Bystander Campaign
Using a bystander intervention approach combined with a research component, this program assumes that everyone has a role to play in prevention. The research component measures how effective the program is within different communities.
  • "Developed by Banyard and colleagues at the University of New Hampshire, Bringing in the Bystander draws on a community of responsibility model to teach bystanders how to intervene safely and effectively in cases where sexual violence may be occurring or where there may be risk. The key message of the program is that 'Everyone in the community has a role to play in ending sexual violence.'
  • Bringing in the Bystander draws together the founding work on bystander-focused prevention by Jackson Katz (Mentors in Violence Prevention program), Alan Berkowitz (The Rape Prevention Program for Men) and John Foubert (One in Four and The Men's Program). The program includes both women and men as potential bystanders or witnesses to risky behaviors related to sexual violence around them.
  • The program is based on a multi-session curriculum conducted in groups with a team of one male and one female peer facilitator. Using an active learning environment, participants learn about the role of prosocial bystanders in communities and information about sexual violence, as well as learning and practicing appropriate and safe bystander skills. Bringing in the Bystander has been evaluated on the campus of the University of New Hampshire, and while evaluation is ongoing, the results demonstrate the effectiveness of this program in terms of increasing student participants' knowledge, attitudes and behaviors about effective bystander responses to sexual violence (see Banyard et al. 2005).
  • Bringing in the Bystander has a social marketing component: Know Your Power: Step In, Speak Up**

Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP)
The MVP Program motivates men and women to work together in preventing men’s violence against women. The MVP bystander approach uses proactive, preventative behavior, and leadership rather than blame for the problems of gendered violence.
  • Under the leadership of anti-violence educator Jackson Katz and located at Northeastern University's Center for the Study of Sport in Society, the Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) program is a peer education/leadership training program that motivates student-athletes and student leaders to play a central role in preventing violence against women. the MVP program views student-athletes and student leaders not as potential perpetrator or victims, but as empowered bystanders who can interrupt and challenge sexist and abusive attitudes and behaviors among peers. The program includes a multi-sessio (six or seven two-hour sessions) curriculum in which participants: explore different forms of abuse, explore the socialization of gender roles in media and society, learn to recognize tacit acceptance of violence against women, and practice skills in how to confront sexist behavior and attitudes. The program also includes an additional train-the trainer component for those participants who are interested in becoming further involved as peer educators. Ongoing program evaluation demonstrated promising results in relation to changes in participant's knowledge and behaviors (Ward 2001). **


Circle of 6
The Circle of 6 App won the White House Apps Against Abuse Challenge in 2011. Using a pre-programmed list of 6 close contacts and an icon system to call for help, assistance, or advice, this app offers a discreet way of reaching out for bystander assistance.

Where Do You Stand? Campaign Guide: Men Can Stop Rape, 2011
This guide describes “Where Do You Stand?,” a comprehensive bystander intervention campaign for college men. The guide teaches how to use the campaign to positively change the cultural dynamics of a campus.

William and Mary

Summaries of the programs provided by the Victorian Health Promotion Foundation in their publication "Review of bystander approaches in support of preventing violence against women"

High School

  • Owning Up
  • Expect Respect
  • SAFE-T (Vermont)
  • See it and Stop it
    This is a campaign to end teen dating violence. The site is organized into: see it (know the warning signs and ways to see it), stop it (how to help stop it), and get organized (help make a different in your school or community). It includes a tool kit and gallery of posters.

List of Bystander Intervention Programs Nationally

Credits: Bystander Intervention Work Group, Part of the Wellness Network at the
University of Texas at Austin. Questions or comments? Please reach
co-chairs Erin Burrows (eburrows@austin.utexas.edu) or Marilyn Russell
(marilynr@austin.utexas.edu)
Started by Milena Batanova, PhD candidate, Dept of Kinesiology and Health Education, UT Austin, 2012, mbatanova@austin.utexas.eduAdditional contributions made by Rachel Craft and Kyla Winlow, Clinical Graduate Students, Master of Science in Social Work, UT Austin School of Social Work. rachel.craft@utexas.edu & kylawinlow@utexas.edu
Last updated June 2013





Program Name
Nonprofit or College
Year Established
Program Eval
Contact
Website
Additional Notes and Awards
Cost


(Training) Active Bystanders
College - MIT/Non-profit - Quabbin Mediation
1989
http://www.trainingactivebystanders.org/evidence-based.html
Mary Rowe, mrowe@mit.edu, (617)253-5921 or Libby Mahaffy, (617)253-0242
http://web.mit.edu/bystanders/index.html and http://www.trainingactivebystanders.org/ and http://quabbinmediation.org/




Bringing in the Bystander (Athlete)
College - University of New Hampshire

Moynihan, Banyard, Arnold, Eckstein, & Stapleton (2010) in J of American College Health, 59(3), 197
Huddleston Hall, Room 206, 73 Main Street
University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH 03824
(603) 862-5023 phone | prevention.innovations@unh.edu
http://www.unh.edu/preventioninnovations/




Bringing in the Bystander (general)
College - University of New Hampshire

Frederick Amar and Sutherland. (2012). Evaluation of a Bystander Education Program. Issues in Mental Health Nursing.
Huddleston Hall, Room 206, 73 Main Street
University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH 03824
(603) 862-5023 phone | prevention.innovations@unh.edu
http://www.unh.edu/preventioninnovations/




Bringing in the Bystander (Sorority)
College - University of New Hampshire

Moynihan, Banyard, et al (2011) in Violence Against Women, 17(6), 703
Huddleston Hall, Room 206, 73 Main Street
University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH 03824
(603) 862-5023 phone | prevention.innovations@unh.edu
http://www.unh.edu/preventioninnovations/




Bringing in the Bystander (Student Leader)
College - University of New Hampshire

Banyard, Moynihan, & Crossman (2009) J of College Student Development, 50(4)
Huddleston Hall, Room 206, 73 Main Street
University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH 03824
(603) 862-5023 phone | prevention.innovations@unh.edu
http://www.unh.edu/preventioninnovations/
also runs Know Your Power, the poster campaign



Bystander Education "We will not stand by."
College - Boston College


Molly Kocher at bystand@bc.edu
http://www.bc.edu/content/bc/offices/healthpro/women-s-resource-center/bystander.html




Bystander Intervention Playbook
College - College of William and Mary, adapted by Virginia Tech



https://www.union.edu/offices/dean/sart/bystander/index.php and http://www.stopabuse.vt.edu/bystander.php and http://www.stopabuse.vt.edu/pdf/playbook.pdf
Playbook is no longer available via College of William and Mary but has been adapted for use by Virginia Tech and Union



Communication and Consent Educators
College - Yale (student group through Dean's Office)
part of SHARE, Sexual Harassment and Assault Response & Education Center

cce@yale.edu, The program is directed by Dean Melanie Boyd (melanie.boyd@yale.edu), with assistance from Hannah Peck (hannah.peck@yale.edu) and Garrett Fiddler (garrett.fiddler@yale.edu), Student Affairs Fellows.
http://yalecollege.yale.edu/content/communication-and-consent-educators-cce




Find Your Voice
College - University of Maine
2000

Office of Sexual Assault & Violence Prevention
5748 Memorial Union
Orono, Maine 04469
Phone: (207) 581-1406
E-mail:
elizabeth.lavoie@umit.maine.edu
http://umaine.edu/OSAVP/ and https://www.facebook.com/SafeCampusProject
Green Dot
College/Non-profit - University of Kentucky

full list of evaluations: http://www.livethegreendot.com/gd_evalasses.html Coker, A. L., Cook-Craig, P. G., Williams, C. M., Fisher, B. S., Clear, E. R., Garcia, L. S., & Hegge, L. M. (2011). Evaluation of Green Dot: An active bystander intervention to reduce sexual violence on college campuses. Violence Against Women, 17(6), 777
Jennifer Messina

email: messina@livethegreendot.com

telephone:540.319.0913
http://www.livethegreendot.com/
Founded by Dorothy Edwards, power-based violence focused, "The power of Green Dot is simple: Red dots bad. Green dots good. You decide."
Dr. Jen Messina, Training and Development Director to discuss your needs. Email her at messina@livethegreendot.commessina@livethegreendot.com


H.E.R.O.E.S. Campaign
College - Western Michigan University


cari.robertson@wmich.edu or (269)-387-3263
https://www.facebook.com/WesternHeroes




Hollaback!: I've got your back!
Non-profit
2005
http://www.ihollaback.org/resources/research/
General email: holla@ihollaback.org
Phone number: 347-889-5510
Address:
Hollaback!
30 Third Avenue, #800B
Brooklyn, NY 11217
http://www.ihollaback.org/resources/get-involved/
Focus on street harassment, bystander intervention content in partnership with Green Dot



Hurts One. Affects All.
U.S. Military Department of Defense, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response
2005, http://www.sapr.mil/index.php/about/mission-and-history
http://www.sapr.mil/index.php/research
Phone:
(571) 372-2657

Email:

SAPRO@sapr.mil
http://www.myduty.mil/, http://www.sapr.mil/index.php/training/active-bystander-training, http://www.sapr.mil/




Know Your Power
College - University of New Hampshire, poster campaign of the Bringing in the Bystander Program

Potter, S. J., Stapleton, J. G., & Moynihan, M. M. (2008). Designing, implementing, and evaluating a media campaign illustrating the bystander role. Journal of Prevention and Intervention in the Community, 36(1), 39-55.; also, Potter et al., 2009, 2011 Full list of related evaluation research http://www.unh.edu/preventioninnovations/index.cfm?id=BCB854FC-A632-60A4-16DE8FF60B2EF070
Huddleston Hall, Room 206, 73 Main Street
University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH 03824
(603) 862-5023 phone | prevention.innovations@unh.edu
http://www.know-your-power.org/ and http://www.unh.edu/preventioninnovations/
poster campaign



Make Your Move
Non-profit - Missoula Intervention in Action Project, part of the Crime Victim Advocate Office
2012

(866) 921-6995 Email: kmcguire@co.missoula.mt.us
https://www.facebook.com/MakeYourMoveMissoula
campaign was designed by Partners Creative. To know more about their amazing work, please visit their website at http://www.partnerscreative.com/



Mentors in Violence Prevention Program
College/Non-profit - Northeastern University & University of Central Florida
co-created by Jackson Katz at Northeastern University in 1993,
*An unpublished evaluation found that fraternity men and sorority women who participated in the program reported lower levels of sexism and an increased belief that they could prevent men's violence against women (Cissner, 2009) *see http://www.mvpnational.org/ list of evaluations: http://www.mvpnational.org/?page_id=275
MVP National Director Jeff O’Brien
(617) 283-6733
jeffrey.obrien[at]ucf.edu
http://www.mvpnational.org/
Hosted the conference Bystander Intervention: From Its Roots to the Road Ahead in May, 2012



Red Watch Band
College - Eastern Illinois University
2009
"Because the program is so new, there are no formal evaluation results at
this time. However, student engagement in participating in the training
has been high despite little marketing effort on campus." http://www.stonybrook.edu/sb/redwatchband/faq.html
Stony Brook University

Center for Prevention and Outreach

216 Stony Brook Union

Stony Brook, NY 11794
Phone: (631) 632-2748
Email: Prevention_Outreach@notes.cc.sunysb.edu
http://www.stonybrook.edu/sb/redwatchband
Red Watch Band movement is
designed to end alcohol overdose deaths by teaching students how to
handle alcohol emergencies and summon professional help.



Response-Ability
Non-profit
2008
Based on the research of Alan Berkowitz, http://www.alanberkowitz.com/papers.php
Mike Dilbeck,
The RESPONSE ABILITY Project
3105 N. Ashland Avenue
Suite 107
Chicago, IL 60657
Main Phone and Fax: (888) 817-HERO (4376)
http://raproject.org/




See It, Stop It
non-profit, teen-based


Violence Prevention Coalition • P. O. Box 3269 • Durango, CO 81302 • 970-247-2935
http://www.violencepreventioncoalition.org/index.cfm/see-it-stop-it/




Step-Up!
College - C.A.T.S Life Skills Program University of Arizona
2006
pilot study, pre/post test and eval insturment available online: http://www.stepupprogram.org/facilitators/resources/
Becky Bell, M.A.

Associate Athletics Director, C.A.T.S. Life Skills

The University of Arizona

P.O. Box 210096

Tucson, Arizona 85721-0096
info@stepupprogram.org
520-621-5339
http://www.stepupprogram.org/




Stop Abuse at Virginia Tech, Be an Active Bystander



Women's Center
206 Washington Street (0270)
Blacksburg, VA 24061
(540) 231-7806 (8am-5pm, M-F) http://www.stopabuse.vt.edu/index.php -
Be an Active Bystander: http://www.stopabuse.vt.edu/bystander.php




The InterAct Program
College - California State University - Long Beach
2000
Ahrens, C. E., Rich, M. D., Ullman, J. B. (2011). Rehearsing for Real Life: The impact of the InterACT sexual assault prevention program on self-reported likelihood of engaging in bystander interventions. Violence Against Women, 17(6), 760 "published several quantitative and qualitative studies on theeffictiveness of our sexual assault program. Our pilot study in
‘Communication Activism’ was the first quantitative study of proactive performance, and a 2011 study published in ‘Violence against Women’ is the first longitudinal study of this interactive model. In a recent edition of ‘Feminism and Psychology’ several prevention educators discuss the effectiveness of the interACT model." http://www.csulb.edu/colleges/cla/departments/communicationstudies/interact/published-research-2/
Executive Director: Marc D. Rich, Ph.D., Managing Director: Kelly Janke (KJ), M.A.
http://www.csulb.edu/colleges/cla/departments/communicationstudies/interact/
The Men's Program
Non-profit - One in Four

Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J., Foubert, J. D., Brasfield, H., Hill, B., & Tremblay, S.S. (2011). The Men's Program: Does it impact college men's self-reported efficacy and willingness to intervene? Violence Against Women, 17(6), 743 (details a great description of their program)
president@oneinfourusa.org
http://www.oneinfourusa.org/themensprogram.php


The Men's Project (Violence Against Women Prevention Program)
College- University of Connecticut

Gidycz, C.A., Orchowski, L. M., Berkowitz, A.D. (2011). Preventing sexual aggression among college men: An evaluation of a social norms and bystander intervention program. Violence Against Women, 17(6)
VAWPP Coordinator at 860-486-4738
or e-mail Men's Project Facilitators Andrew Stewart at andrew.stewart@uconn.edu
or Bryce Crapser at bryce.crapser@uconn.edu.
http://womenscenter.uconn.edu/issues/vawpp/men.php

The Red Flag Campaign
Non-profit - Virginia Sexual & Domestic Violence Action Alliance
Oct 2007 full launch
The public relations research team conducted two focus groups of college
students in March, 2006 (a women’s group at Virginia Commonwealth
University in Richmond, VA and a men’s group at Washington & Lee
University in Lexington, VA). In October 2006, The Red Flag Campaign launched a test pilot on the following 10 Virginia campuses.
relationships versus abusive ones. (http://www.theredflagcampaign.org/index.php/about/about-the-campaign/)
Liz Cascone & Kate McCord
Phone: (804) 377-0335
E-mail: info@vsdvalliance.org
Virginia Sexual & Domestic Violence Action Alliance
http://www.theredflagcampaign.org/




The Women's Program
Non-profit - One in Four

Foubert, J. D., Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J., Brasfield, H., & Hill, B. (2010). In J of Community Psychology, 38(7), 813 *for resources, see http://www.oneinfourusa.org/themensprogram.php
president@oneinfourusa.org
http://www.oneinfourusa.org/thewomensprogram.php




Where do you stand?
Non-profit - Men Can Stop Rape
Men Can Stop Rape founded in 1997, Where Do You Stand was launched around 2010(?)
program eval is built into the program, research base explained: http://mencanstoprape.bisglobal.net/images/stories/PDF/Handout_pdfs/Where_Do_You_Stand_Guide.pdf
Patrick McGann, pmcgann@mencanstoprape.org, 202.534.1834.
http://www.mencanstoprape.org/Strength-Media-Portfolio/preview-of-new-bystander-intervention-
poster campaign