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What is a rape crisis center? When were they founded? Where can you find one? And what services do they provide? Despite the expansion of rape crisis centers over the past few decades, many people still have questions about these important local resources.
Find the answers to these questions and more here.

As we learn more about COVID-19, we're also learning how it impacts our work to support survivors and create safer communities.

"A health equity approach to preventing sexual violence means that we need to both understand and address the factors that contribute to violence and safety and factors that expose some communities — especially communities that have been historically oppressed — to higher rates of sexual violence". (NSVRC, 2019)
 
Prefacing Health Equity:

Las redes de apoyo son muy importantes en detectar estas señales y prevenir los entornos de la víctima.

Las víctimas de tráfico provienen de múltiples entornos, contextos, son diversos y a veces pasan desapercibidas.

Traficantes de personas pueden ser miembros de cualquier “status” social.

La pandemia de la COVID-19 ha mostrado de forma más clara las tendencias y patrones del tráfico.

As the risks of trafficking increase, knowing the signs becomes all the more important.

Human traffickers can be members of any social status, demographic, and profession.

Trafficking victims come from many different types of backgrounds — they are diverse and often go unnoticed.