Sexual Assault Crisis Intervention

Sexual Assault Crisis Intervention (SACI) is a registered student organization comprised of Undergraduate and Graduate student volunteers who are active in the movement against Sexual Violence. SACI members have been trained to provide advocacy to survivors of sexual violence. Members can be trained as hotline, medical and legal advocates, and peer educators. The group works with the MSU Counseling Center to provide support, empathy, and information to survivors of Sexual Assault. SACI delivers assistance to those who have been traumatized by sexual assault and coordinates programs that focus on awareness and prevention of such assaults.

SACI's sexual assault awareness programming throughout the year on MSU’s campus consists of sexual violence awareness presentations and multi-session workshops to the university community. Topics include: rape 101, myths and facts, consent, rape culture, drug facilitated sexual assault, and risk reduction. Programs are designed specifically for the classroom, residence halls, and the sorority/fraternity system. Activities that SACI is involved in include Take Back the Night, Sexual Assault Awareness Month, MSU Women’s Leadership Conference, and Operation Freefall.

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Current SACI members can access Angel here.

 

SACI Volunteer Training Spring 2010