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Hazing Prevention Resources
Each of the resources below shares valuable information related to hazing prevention. Please browse through them and feel free to share with others. Let’s all work together to put an end to hazing. One person can save a life!
Medical Amnesty – also known as the 911 Lifeline or 911 Good Samaritan Law in some states – is a state-wide law which grants intoxicated minors a limited legal immunity when they seek help for themselves or another individual who is in need of immediate medical attention.
Equipping youth and their communities with the tools and confidence to prevent lives lost from alcohol poisoning. Our vision is a world in which no young life is cut short due to alcohol poisoning.
In an effort to bring an awareness to the topic of hazing, Clery Center has partnered with students, parents, and educators to create We Don’t Haze, an award-winning documentary. This film takes a deeper look at the causes and consequences of hazing.
This bi-partisan sponsored bill would require colleges and universities to include hazing incidents in their annual security reports as well as implement hazing education programs. Please contact your lawmakers and representatives to support this important legislation.
HazingPrevention.Org™ is a national organization dedicated to empowering people to prevent hazing, by providing education and resources, advocating on hazing prevention, and building partnerships with others.
The mission of StopHazing is to promote safe school, campus and organizational climates through research, information sharing and the development of data-driven strategies for hazing prevention.
The Max Gruver Foundation is a non-profit organization working to end hazing on college campuses. Max Gruver was a student at LSU when he died from hazing-related activities just 29 days into his freshman year.