AWC/NAU-Yuma Violence Prevention Program
Relationships have a impact on student success identifying the difference between health supportive relationship and unhealthy relationships is important for your academic success.
What is the Violence Prevention Program?
The Violence Prevention Program supports student success by helping students develop strong healthy and supportive relationships and by helping the college community develop a safe and supportive environment. The program accomplishes this by:
Providing educational opportunities for students to learn about relationships.
Provide supportive services for students in a unhealthy and/or violent relationship.
Help develop a college culture of non-violence through the student lead Mentors in Violence Prevention Club (MVP).
If you are in need of assistance or for more information please call 928-317-7108 or stop by our office Monday through Thursday 7AM to 5PM located in Cottage 1 Health Services Building.
Direct Student Services
Assist students who are struggling in relationships
Assist students who are being bullied
Assist students who are victims of relationship violence, sexual assault, or stalking
Assist students who are having hard time coping with college life, stressed, anxious, or depressed
Provide campus education on how keep campus safe and support each other.
Call make an appointment today:
Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP)
What is MVP?
MVP is a student lead club that promotes a safe campus through supporting each other, promoting safe, supportive, and healthy relationships; and prevention activities on bullying, relationship violence, sexual misconduct, and stalking.
Who should Join?
MVP is open to all students.
How do I join?
Email Staff Advisor at
This program is grant supported by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice.