Sexual Assault Peer Alliance (SAPAs)

About SAPA

The Sexual Assault Peer Alliance (SAPAs) is a group of Dartmouth students invested in providing informed, empathic, and empowerment-based support to Dartmouth peers impacted by sexual and gender-based violence. They have completed a 34-hour comprehensive training program and are equipped with specialized knowledge in gender-based violence, the impact of such violence, campus resources, and providing positive, peer support to fellow students.

Contact a SAPA

SAPAs will be unavailable until students return to campus.  SAPAs will not take referrals during this time, and the SAPA email address will not be regularly monitored.

SAPA is not an emergency resource. If you have a life threatening emergency pleae call 911. For immediate support or crisis intervention please call either the WISE 24-hour confidential hotline at: (866) 348-9473, or the Counselor On-Call at: (603) 646-4000.

 

Interested in becoming a SAPA?

SAPA trainings are held every spring term on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30-6:30 p.m. (Unfortunately not available Spring Term '20)

For more information and to apply, go to the SAPA Application