The NSVRC coordinates a range of special projects that address building collaborative and culturally specific approaches to preventing and responding to sexual violence. Through innovation, resource sharing and partnership development the NSVRC seeks to create positive social change. Read more below.


Includes information and resources on the prevention of sexual violence against children and tips for individaul and organizational response.

This project highlights resources, research and tools that support the development of bystander intervention approaches to prevention.


This project provides information about the impact of sexual violence on health and tools for violence prevention and response.

This section includes information for survivors of sexual violence and the general public about their rights.


This project provides information and support for addressing sexual assault from infancy to later life.

This project is focused on fostering conversations that expand prevention and intevention across languages and cultures.


This annual, advocacy-based conference provides training opportunities and information regarding sexual violence intervention and prevention.


This project provides access to information on the prevention and response to sexual violence during and after disasters, relief funds and planning tools.


The NSVRC provides resources and technical assistance to state and territory sexual violence coalitions, health departments, and other organizations working to develop comprehensive prevention strategies.


The project focuses on the unique resource, training and technical assistance needs of rural communities.

This collaborative project with the International Association of Forensic Nurses and Office on Violence Against Women, provides free training, technical assistance, and consultation to local SANE programs and State/Territory and Tribal SANE Coordinators.

The National Sexual Violence in Detention Education and Resource Project (NSDVERP) provides technical assistance to rape crisis centers, state sexual assault coalitions, and correctional facilities to address the challenges of implementing sexual assault response teams in correctional environments.


This project provides information about and tools from the first national demonstration initiative focused on sexual violence.


This project support best practices for the development of multidisciplinary response to sexual violence.


This project provides information for advocates, preventionists, and employers on preventing and responding to sexual violence and supporting survivor’s needs in the workplace.

We provide a variety of services to individuals providing services to victims/survivors and working to prevent sexual violence in the U.S. Territories; including training, technical assistance and resources.