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Welcome SAPAC's New Director, Anne Huhman!
Please join us in congratulating and welcoming Anne Huhman as the next director of SAPAC!
Anne first joined SAPAC in 2005 as a graduate assistant intern, and during that time served in nearly every role from policy and research coordinator, grant project director and crisis intervention specialist to advocate, program manager, associate director and more! Anne served as SAPAC’s interim director since May 2022 and her appointment as director began April 1st.
2023-2024 SAPAC Student Staff Positions
We are so excited to share the 2023-2024 SAPAC student staff positions that are now available to apply for! We are proud to be able to offer 42 student staff positions for the upcoming academic year!
Peer Led Support Group for People of Color, or POC PLSG, a collaboration between SAPAC and MESA, is a drop-in, confidential healing space for survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, and/or sexual harassment, who identify as people of color. Facilitated by student staff, POC PLSG is a place for survivors of color at UM to find not only community but healing opportunities, including anxiety-reduction, self-care activities, and mindfulness.
LGBTQ+ Peer Led Support Group
The LGBTQ+ Peer Led Support Group (PLSG), a partnership between SAPAC and Spectrum Center, is a confidential healing space for those who identify as survivors of sexual violence, sexual abuse, intimate partner violence, sexual harassment, and/or stalking. LGBTQ+ PLSG is a weekly drop-in, student-led group that welcomes students of any gender, age, degree level, or identity.
SAPAC Peer Led Support Group
SAPAC's General Peer Led Support Group is an open drop-in, confidential healing space that meets twice a week for University of Michigan students who identify as survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, sexual harassment, or stalking. The group aims to empower survivors and facilitate resilience, reconnection, stress relief, and anxiety reduction for our participants. We’ll be doing this through semi-structured activities, self-care practices, creative arts, and creating a safe space for sharing and processing if participants choose to do so.
Monday - Friday 9am-5pm
Please fill out this form to request an appointment.
24-hour Crisis Line:
4130 Michigan Union
530 S. State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1308
Free and confidential support services are available to current UM students, staff, and faculty.
Information on UM's Sexual and Gender-Based Misconduct Policy and more can be found here.