The mission of Safe Bar is to work with community bars and restaurants across Tennessee in raising awareness about alcohol's role in sexual assault, engaging bar owners and staff in bystander intervention, connecting bar staff with their local sexual assault programs, and helping them become partners in preventing sexual assault in their communities.
Training & Education
Coalition staff are available to attend community events across Tennessee as speakers or educators, or simply to provide information and resources about domestic and sexual violence, prevention, and how to get help across the state. All of the speakers provided by the Coalition are free.
round table meetings
These meetings allow students, faculty, and staff to learn more about advocacy resources in their communities, create collaborative partnerships with community agencies, and to plan and create prevention campaigns and programs for their campus.
SExual assault prevention committee
The SAPC was created to help expand and lead primary prevention efforts to reduce and ultimately end sexual violence in the state of Tennessee. The SAPC includes Coalition staff, victims advocates, university staff and faculty, and Department of Health staff from across Tennessee.