The NSVRC collects information and resources to assist those working to prevent sexual violence and to improve resources, outreach and response strategies. This resource section includes access to NSVRC collections and selected online resources.

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Sexual Assault in Indian Country: Confronting Sexual ViolenceThis eight-page color pamphlet addresses sexual assault in Indian Country by highlighting certain types of sexual assault evidence and presenting it within the historical treatment of native populations, jurisdictional problems and prevalence of violence.

Unspoken Crimes: Sexual Assault in Rural America This NSVRC publication sheds light on the obstacles facing service providers and victims in rural communities across the United States.

Sexual Violence and the Spectrum of Prevention: Towards a Community SolutionThis NSVRC publication provides advocates, practitioners, and educators with a guide for developing a comprehensive community approach to the primary prevention of sexual violence. It explores the Spectrum of Prevention tool, which outlines six levels of intervention and focuses on exploring conditions in an environment which allow sexual violence to occur and replacing current norms with norms that promote safety, respect, and equality.

The following presentation discusses/explores:


- foundational information on disability and Deaf culture.
- Explores what we know about sexual violence in the lives of women with disabilities and Deaf women.
- Discusses strategies for effectively serving survivors with disabilities and Deaf women.
- Provides practical steps you can take to improve your services for women with disabilities and Deaf women.
 

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