We envision a BU community and world that is just, equitable, and free of violence.
We strive to create a campus culture free from violence and built upon healthy relationships and consent. We prevent interpersonal violence through education and we compassionately respond to survivors of trauma to promote healing. We define interpersonal violence to be inclusive of sexual violence, dating violence, stalking, sexual harassment, and hate violence.
- Raise awareness and broaden the BU community’s understanding of interpersonal violence
- Educate and enhance the skills of community members towards the creation of safe and healthy relationships.
- Promote survivor healing through trauma-informed counseling
- Advocate for survivors through empowerment, education, and accompaniment
- Influence local and global efforts to prevent and respond to interpersonal violence
- Respond compassionately to traumatic events that impact the BU community
Who we are
SARP is made up of licensed clinicians and prevention specialists committed to providing services that are survivor-centered and trauma informed.
To see who is on the SARP team, click here.
The Sexual Assault Response & Prevention Center (SARP) was established in 2012. Located at 930 Commonwealth Avenue, the Center continues to be a mission-driven department intent on preventing interpersonal violence and compassionately responding to trauma survivors.
- Charles River Campus
930 Commonwealth Ave
Boston, Ma 02215
- Dr. Solomon Carter Fuller Mental Health Center
85 E. Newton Street, 818
Boston, MA 02215