SHARPP provides respectful, confidential services to all communities.
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.
We know that any person who is impacted by these issues is someone who is underserved, since we know the number of those who come forward is much lower than the actual number of those impacted.
But we also know that here at UNH, we have communities of students who have a unique set of needs and have dealt with a number of issues that many students have never had to deal with. SHARPP recognizes these differences and is committed to serving all students by providing accessible, free, culturally competent, and confidential advocacy and direct services to all survivors and their allies.
Below is a list of these communities (please note that this is not an exhaustive list, but rather a starting point for helping students understand that everyone deserves support, and SHARPP is here to help):