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The Department of Health and Human Services (the Department), through the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), recently published new guidance on informed consent from patients in medical settings, with special emphasis on

Safe, affordable, and stable housing is an important protective factor against both sexual violence perpetration and victimization.

El mes de concientización sobre la agresión sexual (SAAM) resalta el hecho de que la violencia sexual es un asunto generalizado y afecta a todas las personas en la comunidad. SAAM busca concientizar a la población acerca de la violencia sexual e informar a las comunidades sobre cómo prevenirla.

In this blog, we interview a Minnesota sexual assault program about their services for male survivors.

In this blog, we speak with a sexual assault program in New Jersey about how they serve male survivors.

We interviewed two sexual assault programs to learn more about how they serve male survivors.

Check out this sample curriculum using our tools on supporting advocates who work with male survivors.


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Given that our SAAM 2023 theme is all about drawing connections, it’s vital to reflect on one of the most important connections we can make-the one with ourselves. The path to healing is a complex journey. Therapeutic outlets are one of the most common ways survivors of trauma express, process, and find closure in their lives. Although therapy and counseling are becoming increasingly common, the sheer number of options available can be overwhelming-especially when one is at the start of their healing journey.