Recognizing & Understanding Intimate Partner Violence

Intimate partner violence, also referred to as dating/domestic violence or relationship violence, is prohibited at Curry College. As a community, we must strive to prevent and respond to intimate partner violence, because these incidents affect all members of our community. These incidents can happen to anyone, regardless of sex, gender, sexual orientation, or any other identity.  These incidents harm not only the person who experiences them, but also friends, family, and other community members.

This section of our website provides information on definitions, signs of healthy and harmful relationships, safety planning strategies for leaving or staying in abusive relationships, and why this issue is important at Curry College.

Other areas of this website address resources (including confidential resources), sexual harassment/assault, stalking, and reporting incidents.  While this web space offers specialized information and resources on these behaviors, we know that sexual harassment/assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking often occur together.  Because all of these behaviors may occur within one relationship, we encourage you to browse the website thoroughly and use whatever resources and information seem most appropriate to a particular situation. 

Anyone with questions about these issues is encouraged to contact confidential resources or Curry College's Title IX Coordinator.

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