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Green Dot Program

Green Dot LogoGreen Dot is an evidence-based violence prevention program that focuses on bystander intervention.  Its inclusive approach encourages everyone to take a role in creating a safe and welcoming campus community.  Morehead State University is partnering with Pathways, Inc. to implement Green Dot campus-wide this fall and we are beginning that process by engaging faculty and staff. 

The Green Dot Bystander Prevention presentation provides participants with an overview of the program and tools and techniques for intervening in ways that feel practical for them on a personal level. In this way, the program not only dispenses general education on power-based personal violence, but also provides a unique, individually-tailored plan of action for each participant.

The interactive presentation is approximately 90 minutes long.  Each presentation will include small group, peer-to-peer discussions about organic ways to intervene in high-risk situations, as well as wider, full group discussions about ways to establish meaningful cultural changes within our own communities. Presentations are currently being held via Zoom video conferencing.


Upcoming Sessions

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

For more information, contact Alissa Rookard, Pathways Victims Services, at, or Becky Davison, MSU Social Work Program Director, at 606-783-2446 or via email at

For more information about the Green Dot Bystander Intervention Program, visit or

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