How is the primary prevention of sexual violence linked to substance abuse, and how can we connect both of these public health issues?
This is a guest blog post from Mo Lewis, NSVRC Prevention Specialist and Sally J. Laskey, NSVRC Evaluation Coordinator
The New Year is upon us and with it may come new challenges, goals, and anticipations. As always, it is important that we take time for ourselves.
Over the past few days, my timeline has been overflowing with responses following the premiere of the Lifetime docuseries “Surviving R. Kelly”. People are going through it and struggling to process.
As sexual assault advocates, we serve anyone who seeks services, including children, adults, people in later life, and youth. Certain age groups across the lifespan can be challenging for advocates to work with for a range of reasons outside the survivor’s control.
Everything you need to know to plan a Sexual Assault Awareness Month event!
NSVRC partnered with retired sex crimes detective Justin Boardman to bring you a series of webinars called “Through the Lens of Law Enforcement.”
At the moment we have received as many sign-ups for the SAAM 2019 Action Kit as we can accept. Follow the SAAM blog or our Facebook page to find out if we will be able to distribute more Action Kits in 2019.