If you are a UNH staff or faculty member and you are currently experiencing, or have experienced, sexual assault, relationship abuse and/or stalking, SHARPP is here for you.
- Crisis Intervention
- Medical Accompaniment
- Legal Accompaniment (civil and/or criminal)
- Resources and Referrals, including referrals to shelters and/or hotels
We understand that every survivor/victim’s situation is unique. Please contact us to discuss other ways in which we might be of assistance for you.
Sexual violence, relationship abuse and stalking can happen to anyone. These are issues that women, men, and all identities can be survivors of. It doesn’t matter what a person’s gender, sexual orientation, religion or identity is, ANYONE can be a victim of these crimes and all people deserve help.
- LGBTQ+ Students
- Students of Color
- Male Students
- Student Veterans
- International Students
- Students with Disabilities
Learn more about the statistics
There is an average of 293,066 victims (age 12 or older) of rape and sexual assault each year.1
Every 2 minutes, someone in the U.S. is sexually assaulted.
21% of full-time employed adults are victims of domestic violence2?
44% of respondents to a recent survey have personally experienced domestic violence’s impact on the workplace, most frequently because a co-worker was a victim?3
For more information on current statistics, follow this link to RAINN for their comprehensive resource.