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.

Interested in becoming a SAPA?

Future training opportunities will be posted here and advertised through the Counseling Center Instagram account @dartmouthcounseling.

Contact a SAPA

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 603-646-9442 (select option #1).