About Green Dot
Green Dot is a Bystander Intervention Program that recognizes that most people care about the high prevalence of Power-based personal violence but don’t have the tools to know how to be part of the solution. Green Dot invites individuals to reconsider their role in prevention while inspiring people to believe things can be different and their contribution matters.
We want to strengthen and sustain new behaviors that will ultimately lead to reducing or eliminating the amount of people that are affected by Power-based personal violence (dating and domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking). The Strategy involves students, faculty and administrators in promoting a safe campus environment where violence is not tolerated.
How Can I Get Involved?
One way to get involved is by attending a Bystander Training at St. Johns River State College.
Green Dot is now being implemented on all three St. John’s River State Campuses — in St. Augustine, Palatka and Orange Park.
Bystander Trainings are scheduled during the fall, spring and summer semesters. This interactive training helps create new proactive norms and to challenge our barriers that keep us from saying something when we see something. This interactive training also aims to empower individuals to explore ways to take action while establishing two new cultural norms:
1) Power-based personal violence will not be tolerated and
2) Everyone does their part to maintain a safe campus and community.
*Please see registration form at the bottom of this page. Location and Times to be announced.
Request an overview speech for your class, club/organization, or faculty and staff meeting by emailing Lindsay Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Representatives with Betty Griffin Center will be introducing the Green Dot Strategy to students at the three campuses at the St. Johns River State College (SJR State) through a variety of events each semester.
Upcoming activities: ALL COLLEGE EVENTS ARE POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE!
All college events are postponed until further notice. Thank you and please reach out to Lindsay Thompson, Lindsayt@bettygriffincenter.org for any questions.
What is Your Green Dot?
Click on the map’s Green Dots below to see what is happening in St. Augustine, Florida.
Also, you can tell us about a Green Dot you have done in the form below. This can be a reactive or proactive Green Dot you have done.
We want to acknowledge and celebrate your efforts to making our community safer one Green Dot at a time.
Make sure to provide a general location in the form so we can add your Green Dot to the cities map!
Upcoming Green Dot Trainings
Join us for a fun and interactive day of learning on how we can be proactive and reactive in ending power-based personal violence (a red dot) in our community.
To sign-up, please fill out the form below