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ISU Project Hope advocates move to ISU Student Health Center

Posted January 8, 2010

The Idaho State University Project Hope advocate office and services are now located at the ISU Student Health Center. 

This advocacy program provides supportive assistance to students, staff and faculty who suffer the effects of relationship violence, sexual assault, stalking or other crimes. 

Services include:

CRISIS LINE (282-HOPE) and information;

• On-campus advocates for students, faculty, and staff;

• Resources and referrals for survivors and the family and friends close to them;

• Court advocacy, including assistance with protection orders;

• Campus and community education;

• Internship opportunities for ISU graduate and undergraduate students.

For more information visit or call (208) 282-HOPE (4673).