The goal of the Violence Intervention & Prevention (VIP) Program is to create a campus culture that is safe and equitable for all members. Through policies, programs, trainings, education, and support, we hope to create a culture that is free from violence and fear and promotes gender equity.
The Violence Interveniton & Prevention Program is a 3-year grant funded project by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice dedicated to addressing the prevalence and impact of violence in our community.
VIP Program works with and serves any member, regardless of identity or background, of the CSS campus community.
The information on this site is meant to aid students, faculty, and staff in getting a clearer picture of violence issues that relate directly to college students' lives. This site should be utilized as a tool to find support, information, events, resources, and a community that is working to create a space that is safe and equitable for all members.
The VIP Program is staffed full time by Lexie Generous, the Violence Intervention & Prevention Program Coordinator. Lexie holds a Masters of Social Work, a Bachelor of Arts in Women & Gender Studies and Sociology, and is a licensed graduate social worker (LGSW). She is a trained Sexual Violence Advocate (PAVSA & OutFront MN) and Title IX Coordinator (ATIXA). Lexie brings a wealth of experience working on the prevention and intervention of sexual and gender based violence throughout Duluth and institutions of higher education.
Andrea Daube works as the VIP Student Intern. Andrea is ....
The VIP Program could not operate or offer the mileu of services, training, or programs without the help of the GEVA Team and Community Coordinated Response Team. Please contact us if you'd like to get more involved in the VIP Program!
This project is supported by Grant No. 2012-WA-AX-0007 by the Office on Violence Aagisnt Women, U.S. Department of Justice. Points of view in this doucment are those of the author and do not necessarily