NSAC 2011 Virtual Exhibit
- Child Sexual Assault Prevention
- Engaging Bystanders in Sexual Violence Prevention
- Healthcare Initiative
- Know Your Rights
- Multilingual Access
- National Sexual Assault Conference
- Preventing Sexual Violence in Disasters
- Rape Prevention & Education (RPE)
- Rural Training Project
- SANE Sustainability TA
- Sexual Assault Demonstration Initiative
- Sexual Assault Demonstration Initiative
- Sexual Assault Response Teams (SART)
- Sexual Violence & the Workplace
- xCHANGE Forum
Welcome to the National Sexual Assault Conference 2011 Virtual Exhibit Hall! We invite you to learn more about the diverse exhibitors.
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|California Coalition Against Sexual Assault|
The California Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CALCASA) is California’s statewide association whose sole purpose is to promote public policy, advocacy, prevention, training and technical assistance on the issue of sexual assault. CALCASA provides knowledge and expertise to its 85 rape crisis centers and member programs, government agencies, campuses, law enforcement, and other entities. CALCASA convenes numerous trainings and conferences, and hosts one of the most comprehensive libraries on violence against women in the U.S.
|Division of Violence Prevention (DVP) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC|
The Division of Violence Prevention (DVP) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is dedicated to identifying, developing, supporting and sharing strategies to prevent violence and injury. These activities focus on primary prevention of violence through a public health approach. Some of the Division’s priorities include:
FORGE is a non-profit organization serving transgender and gender non-conforming survivors of sexual, domestic, and hate violence and the providers who serve them. FORGE focuses on educating and supporting service providers and other professionals in how to respectfully and competently serve transgender survivors and loved ones. FORGE works to build strong connections, provide resources, and empower the growth and knowledge of both providers and survivors.
Intermedia distributes award-winning DVD programs dealing with social issues such as sexual assault, sexual harassment, domestic and dating violence, child abuse, bullying, teen pregnancy, substance abuse and workplace training. Our goal is to provide educators and others with effective tools to help them meet the needs of their clients. Our focus is on program quality and customer service, and we offer free 30 day previews of many of our DVDs, as well as video clips of our programs on our website.
International Association of Forensic Nurses
|J'Hue Film Productions|
Spitting Game: The College Hook Up Culture is a compelling documentary that sounds the alarm on a culture seeped in alcohol and often shrouded in silence. The student-driven narrative leads viewers on an engaging, highly informative, virtual tour of topics that include alcohol and other drug abuse, hooking up, peer pressure, STD’s, sexual assault, and consent. Not only does this film create a dynamic forum for eliciting pro-active conversations, but it raises crucial questions about sexual ethics, gender politics, and sexual violence on college campuses today.
|The Leila Grace Foundation|
The Leila Grace Foundation is a 501 c 3 nonprofit that provides sexual assault prevention education and awareness to college students. Their mission is to inspire and encourage students to take a stand against sexual assault. They provide educational tools to enhance current peer education groups, student sexual assault awareness groups, and help lead students to start their own presentations.
|The Lighthouse Center for Healing|
The Lighthouse Center for Healing brings together specialists from a variety of Washington, D.C.-area organizations to assist victims of intimate partner violence, sexual violence, aggravated assault and other traumatic events, as well as family members of homicide or suicide victims. By combining resources and expertise into one central location, the Center provides the coordinated, collaborative care clients need to heal and move forward with their lives. All services are provided free of charge.
|Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault|
The Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault (MCASA) is the statewide collective voice advocating for accessible, compassionate care for survivors of sexual violence, and accountability for all offenders. MCASA actively works to end sexual violence in the state of Maryland through public policy, education, community outreach, technical assistance, and legal services.
|National Alliance to End Sexual Violence|
National Alliance to End Sexual Violence (NAESV) provides a policy voice for survivors, rape crisis centers and sexual assault coalitions with Congress, federal agencies and national advocacy coalitions. NAESV prioritizes advocacy for direct services and prevention funding. Currently, the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act is a primary focus.
|National Sexual Violence Resource Center|
Founded by the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape in 2000, the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) identifies, develops and disseminates resources regarding all aspects of sexual violence prevention and intervention. NSVRC activities include training and technical assistance, referrals, consultation, systems advocacy, resource library, capacity-building, integrating research findings with community-based projects, coordinating Sexual Assault Awareness Month, co-sponsoring national conferences and events, and web-based and social networking resources.
|Nebraska Domestic Violence Sexual Assault Coalition|
NDVSAC is a statewide membership organization committed to the prevention and elimination of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. The Coalition provides materials, training and technical assistance on numerous topics. An updated version of their curriculum, Reaching and Teaching Teens to Stop Violence, is now available. The curriculum provides information to raise awareness of existing violence in our communities and challenges social norms and expected behaviors that perpetuate violence.
|Office for Victims of Crime|
The mission of the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) is to enhance the Nation’s capacity to assist crime victims and to provide leadership in changing attitudes, policies, and practices to promote justice and healing for all victims.
|Office on Violence Against Women|
The mission of the Office on Violence Against Women (OVW), a component of the U.S. Department of Justice, is to provide federal leadership in developing the nation’s capacity to reduce violence against women and administer justice for and strengthen services to victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
|Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape|
The mission of the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape (PCAR) is to eliminate all forms of sexual violence and to advocate for the rights and needs of victims of sexual assault. Since 1975, PCAR and its 51 rape crisis centers have worked to change public policy, protocols and system responses to sexual violence in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and nationwide.
|Prevent Child Abuse Vermont|
Prevent Child Abuse Vermont (PCAV) has been conducting Child Sexual Abuse Prevention training for 20 years. Trainings for parents and caregivers focus on adult responsibility for protecting children, healthy sexuality promotion, understanding of normal sexual development and concerning sexual behaviors, and supervising children’s use of technology. This exhibit will feature information on trainings and curricula available to all states and regions that focus on building protective factors to prevent victimization from three perspectives: the victim, the abuser, and the bystander.
|PSA Worldwide Corp|
PSA Worldwide Corp. is a one-stop shop for educational and outreach items. They has been partnering with agencies and coalitions for over 16 years by providing products to help meet your program objectives. Their catalog provides over 150 prevention education items and over 350 outreach products that include at least 170 new products this year. Their exhibit booth will include some of their most popular items and free samples. The entire catalog online at www.psacorp.com, or look up PSA Worldwide on Facebook.
Repackaged Goods provides a contemporary, non-biased and sometimes Christian faith-based perspective on life after sexual assault. Repackaged Goods strives to provide tools through inspirational survivor stories of triumph, other writings, stories and resources on all things healing as well as spread awareness to communities on issues of sexual assault
|U. S. Army Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP) Program|
The U. S. Army Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP) program develops policy, guidelines and strategic efforts for implementation throughout the Army to combat sexual harassment and sexual assault. The SHARP mission is to reinforce the Army's commitment to eliminate incidents of sexual harassment and sexual assault through a comprehensive policy that centers on awareness, prevention, training, education, victim advocacy, response, reporting and offender accountability.
|VAWnet, The National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women|
The National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women (VAWnet) provides a comprehensive publicly accessible online library of full-text, searchable materials and resources on sexual and domestic violence and related issues, including research syntheses, training tools, funding information, and best practices for prevention and intervention. The exhibit table offers a sampling of VAWnet’s Applied Research papers, special collections, and other topic-specific resources addressing emerging issues in the field.
|Virginia Sexual & Domestic Violence Action Alliance|
The Red Flag Campaign: an innovative bystander intervention campaign designed to promote the prevention of sexual and dating violence among college students. Created by prevention experts, victim advocates, college students, and campus personnel.
|Vision of Hope|
The Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape launched the Vision of Hope Fund in 2005 with former Pennsylvania First Lady Michele Ridge to fight child sexual abuse. The Vision of Hope Fund grants $50,000 each year to effective prevention strategies, projects that teach adult responsibility and accountability, and services for children who have been sexually victimized. Funded projects include internet-safety programs for parents, continuing education for family physicians and training for mandated-reporting professionals.
|We End Violence|
We End Violence offers an array of services for sexual violence prevention education and response. They provide multimedia campaigns, workshops, lectures, performances, and consultation on designing educational programs/campaigns and working with peer educators/advocates. This exhibit will promote these services through a display of posters, documentary films, educational handouts and presentation videos.