Students, parents, educators, practitioners, universities, fraternities and sororities, and other student supporting organizations that are WITH US in our mission to promote positive bystander behaviors.
Leaders in public health, violence and substance misuse, bystander intervention, and community activism that collaborate alongside WITH US to develop and share research, resources, and education.
The mission of HECAOD is to promote student success nationally by providing data-driven solutions to alcohol and drug misuse and lead the dialogue on collegiate alcohol and drug misuse and recovery in the national agenda in partnership with colleges and universities nationwide.
The Medical Amnesty Initiative tracks and lobbies for Medical Amnesty legislation to remove barriers for individuals to seek medical attention without the worry of getting in trouble.
College is RADD® is a California College DUI Awareness Project by RADD®, the Entertainment Industry’s voice for Road Safety. College is RADD® is conducted in partnership with UC Berkeley’s SafeTREC office and funded by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
PSA creates promotional products to meet your awareness and prevention education needs ranging from Sexual Assault, Substance Abuse, Domestic Violence, Suicide, Bullying, Sexual Harassment, Red Ribbon, Transition/Readiness/Resilience, Stress Management, Alcohol Abuse, Safety, Tobacco Cessation, Health/Nutrition and Fitness.
BeVocal is a multi-issue bystander intervention initiative at the University of Texas at Austin. BeVocal is designed to address multiple types of harm and enhance an individual's confidence to intervene and seeks to promote intervention as the norm, and in turn change campus culture. BeVocal believes that while the issues or type of harm may be different, the action steps to intervention, potential barriers and resources are consistent.
Committed to creating healthy and safe campus communities? Join the WITH US National Network and explore collaborative opportunities for research and program development to broaden our collective impact.