SOS U is a dynamic course that is fully designed to promote all forms of sexual assault awareness and prevention education in colleges and organizations; AND teach drug and alcohol abuse prevention courses and much more.
The program is designed to run in a very interactive format where students will learn what to do in order to be free from sexual violence and addiction. The course will help our students and others make informed decisions, stay safe and lead very meaningful lives.
Without any doubt, it is obvious that we are at the brink of salvaging the next generation or losing out in one of history’s most precious moments. The turn of the century presented so many opportunities, but it also thrust upon us the challenge of guiding current and next generations.
Based on our robust framework, here are some of the things that we do:
SOS University Empower Through Education Project Sexual Assault Prevention by Youthiasm®
THIS COURSE IS FOR EMPLOYERS FOR THEIR STAFF OR COLLEGE STUDENTS.
For college students…
Do you know that 64.5% of the Teens in the US have experienced the effects of drug, violence or sexual assault? 95% of children and teens in the US have shared about their struggles with finding their path in life. Did you know that sexual harassment is a form of sexual assault?
All these may prove to be a daunting situation but with the right support system; we can get things back on track.
We are excited to share with you about our digital education system for colleges, students on campus and other organizations. It is a powerful program that deals with drugs, sexual assault, and alcohol abuse prevention. This unique package is called SOS Education, and it is run by Youthiasm®.
Sexual Assault on Campus
For college students…
All forms of sexual assault are camouflaged in a 21st century highly sexualized society. Sexual violence is a serious public health and human rights problem with both short- and long-term consequences on women, men, girls and boys.
Consent is often one of the root causes on campus and where oftentimes lines are blurred.
Violators who are unfortunately, often male also have similar repercussions. Physical, mental, and sexual and reproductive health. Whether sexual violence occurs in the context of an intimate partnership, within the larger family or community structure, or times of various struggles, it is deeply painful and devastating to the victims, survivors and the generations in which it occurs.
This course is created to give participants the knowledge to empower themselves to build the kind of life they dream of when they enter college and in everyday life. It empowers them to critically think and problem solve the challenges that campus life, new friends and cultures can bring, while doing similar for everyone who takes the course. Our faith-based version is slightly different.
It is not a cliche that knowledge is power and in an ever changing world, most students are there to work to solve problems our world faces today, not create them for themselves and others.
SOS University Sexual Assault and Drug and Alcohol Awareness
College students make up one of the largest groups of under reported sexual assault and drug abusers nationwide. Young people (ages 18 to 24) are already at a heightened risk of sexual assault and addiction.
Those who are enrolled in a full-time college program are twice as likely to be exposed to sexual assault, it’s negative behavior and abuse, drugs and alcohol as those who do not attend college.
Starting out in college produces some natural social anxiety for many students. The temptation to be liked and drink is strong because college students overwhelmingly find that alcohol makes socializing easier. This inexperience can lead to negative sexual violence and blurred lines of consent. Not all college students immediately start binge drinking and doing drugs, but routinely drinking to have more fun leads many students toward negative behaviors and addiction.
Why College Students Turn to Hook-up Culture and Drugs
The high rates where sexual assault can occur, and drug abuse take place among college students can be attributed to a number of factors, including:
A Powerful Tool…
Dr. Brook Bello, Founder and CEO of More Too Life and YOUTHIASM® has championed the sexual violence prevention education course. Dr. Bello is a Google Next Gen Policy Leader and received the highest civilian award in the Lifetime Achievement Award from President Barack Obama and the White House in 2016. She also received advocate of the year in the state of Florida from Attorney General Pam Bondi presented before Governor Rick Scott and his cabinet.
Dr. Bello also received the Hero Award from United Way Worldwide featured on Oprah Winfrey Network. Dr. Bello has also received the Champion Award from the Discovery Net work in partnership with Glamour Magazine and all for her work in sexual violence and human trafficking prevention. As a prolific author, her teachings and innovative curriculum LATN® help to break the conventional pop culture norms, lack of awareness and poor information that have led to high rates of sexual violence among millennials, young adults and individuals who live near military academies, college campuses and in everyday communities. Dr. Bello holds a PH.D in pastoral clinical counseling. To learn more go to www.moretoolife.org to see her full bio.
We have seen lives saved, destinies restored and they now have a greater hope for living. Our system is well structured to help individuals rise above the challenges in today’s world and men understand the issues around the demand of sexual assault or certain forms of human trafficking and the damaging effects of pornography. Anyone who participates in these courses is guaranteed to become a person who will fulfill their educational goals without the danger of sexual assault.
James Rouches founded Sober Online Solutions in Sarasota, FL in 2009. SOS University is created by both Jim Rouches and Dr. Brook Bello bringing both strengths together. He is the program director of a 122 bed substance abuse center. He is a member of the Sarasota County Criminal Justice Commission, and he is a licensed minister.
His proﬁle is quite impressive as he has worked with churches, rehab centers, businesses, outreach programs and within the court systems. Among the many things that SOS has been able to achieve, they also give back to the community through the several charitable organizations that they support within Sarasota community. Director of Program Services, Harvest House – The Harvest Sarasota 2009 to Present Co-Pastor The Harvest Recovery Church Sarasota 2017 to Present Co-Founder “Life Roc’s” Technology Assisted Care web based mobile substance abuse recovery program Jim Rouches is a husband and father to four beautiful children.
We believe we all can work together to shine a bright light in our world. Do speak with any of our professional representatives today. SOS University Education: We offer four courses in short 7 to 12 minutes easy to engage segments. A total of four (4) hours long. Two (2) hours of Sexual Assault Prevention and Education. Along with two (2) hours of drug + alcohol awareness and addiction prevention.
CONSENT WHAT IS IT?
HOW TO THINK OF YOUR SAFETY AND THE SAFETY OF OTHERS.
HOW TO MAXIMIZE YOUR COLLEGE or UNIVERSITY EXPERIENCE.
HOW TO USE A BUDDY SYSTEM.
HEAR FROM EXPERTS IN THE FIELD OF PREVENTION OF SEXUAL ASSAULT AND ADDICTION.
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A certain degree of module customization requires SOSU’s design team to coordinate with your institution’s IT department or contractor, and is limited to alternative LMS formats, and/or META data. Custom setup will need to be defined in your contract drawn by a SOSU authorized representative.
If your institution participates in federal student aid programs it is subject to the Campus SaVE Act training requirements, and if it receives any federal financial assistance it is subject to Title IX training requirements.
Both of these federal laws require specific content, but generally you must offer training to your students, faculty, and staff on how to identify and report sexual misconduct, as well as primary and ongoing prevention and awareness programs to promote the awareness of rape, acquaintance rape, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
Final regulations implementing the Campus SaVE Act were published on October 20, 2014, and go into effect on July 1, 2015. The OCR is also expected to provide a handbook with further guidance on complying with these new laws. In addition, the OCR issued a Q&A guidance document on April 29, 2014, which provides valuable information on Title IX training requirements for employees and students. We offer resources to address Title IX and Campus SaVE Act training requirements with effective learning tools
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