The Healthy Relationships/Sexual Aggression branch of HOPE is committed to improving relationships of all kinds on the WM campus and at large. Our dedicated and passionate members are knowledgeable about sexual aggression prevention and the components of a healthy relationship. Healthy Relationships/Sexual Aggression members are trained to recognize red flags indicating an unhealthy relationship. We collaborate with campus groups to put on programs during the school year, such as Sexual Assault Awareness Week (SAAW), freshman extended orientation, and we bring speakers on campus to further spread our message of sexual violence prevention and healthy relationships. Our members are eager and willing to field any questions and engage in conversation. Please contact us! For a complete, and award-winning, guide to everything pertaining to sexual assualt, please visit William & Mary’s Sexual Assault Resources & Education website.
If you have other questions pertaining to sexual assault, please submit them below.
You may ask as many questions as you need answering. HOPE will answer your anonymous question(s) on Mondays and Thursdays and then post the answer on this website on Tuesdays and Fridays. Your question(s) will be posted under the category it belongs.
HOPE only answers questions pertaining to mental health, sexual assualt, sexual health, and alcohol & other drugs. Please consult the professionals at the Student Health Center for all other questions on nutritional health, general health, fitness, etc. Also, be sure to browse the list of on campus and off campus resources at the bottom of this page. They too will have answers to the topics that HOPE doesn’t answer.
Remember, HOPE only provides health advice. Our responses should not be considered professional medical advice, a diagnosis, treatment, or a second opinion for health conditions. If you have a pressing medical issue, question, or condition please consult a doctor and/or the Student Health Center or the Counseling Center. If you are in a state of emergency, please call 911.
Student Health Center
Office of Health Education
W&M Police Department
(757) 221-4596 or 911
Planned Parenthood of Southeast VA
CAP Nurseline - 24/7 Hotline
Sentara Williamsburg Community Hospital
Avalon: A Center for Women and Children