ResponseAbility

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ResponseAbility is a program which addresses bystander behavior: when we see something happening that we know is not right and we say or do nothing. The training focus discusses several behaviors relatable to college campus such as hazing, drug/alcohol abuse, racism, homophobia, eating disorders, sexual assaults, and other inappropriate and unhealthy behaviors. 

The program uses actual undergraduates with real examples to help members relate to bystander intervention. This program is designed to empower and train students on ways to transform values into action by intervening when others exhibit these behaviors. Each chapter should have the ResponseAbility program within their library. Please call IHQ if you need another copy of the ResponseAbility DVD at 317-875-8900.

The following are the faciliation guide and worksheets for the program:

Discrimination Module - Part 1 of 4

Abuse and Eating Disorders - Part 2 of 4

Hazing Module - Part 3 of 4

Intervention Training Module - Part 4 of 4