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The NSVRC collects information and resources to assist those working to prevent sexual violence and to improve resources, outreach and response strategies. This page lists resources on this website that have been developed by NSVRC staff.

Una serie de hojas informativas sobre cómo trabajar con los hombres. Entre los temas están: cómo llegar a los hombres, adicción, sobrevivientes transmasculinos, exámenes forenses, hombres recluidos, recursos para hombres y enlaces de referencia rápida para los intercesores. Este recurso es parte del conjunto de publicaciones ¿Cómo trabajar con sobrevivientes masculinos de violencia sexual?.

A series of tip sheets on working with men. Topics include reaching men, addiction, transmasculine survivors, forensic exams, incarcerated men, resources for men, and quick reference links for advocates. This resource is part of Working with Male Survivors of Sexual Violence.

This series of six social media graphics is designed to guide you through talking to a friend about their problematic sexual behavior. This is the full length version of the We Can Talk About This Teaser. These graphics are a part of the Let's Talk set of resources for college students on talking with a friend about concerning sexual behavior.

This series of three social media graphics is designed to prompt you to think about talking to a friend about their problematic sexual behavior. The teaser is a shortened version of the full-length We Can Talk About This. These graphics are a part of the Let's Talk set of resources for college students on talking with a friend about concerning sexual behavior.  

This series of five social media graphics guides you through how to respond if someone says you crossed a line. These graphics are a part of the Let's Talk set of resources for college students on talking with a friend about concerning sexual behavior. 

Learn facts and information about people who cause sexual harm and ways to prevent perpetration. This infographic is a part of the Let's Talk set of resources for college students on talking with a friend about concerning sexual behavior.

This series of three social media graphics guides you through how to have hard coversations about problematic sexual behavior. These graphics are a part of the Let's Talk set of resources for college students on talking with a friend about concerning sexual behavior.

In this episode, Mo talks with Jess about the policy scorecard he created in partnership with the New Mexico Department of Health to help evaluate community-level prevention efforts.   New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs:

In this final episode of our Housing for Prevention series, Brittany Eltringham from NRCDV, Louie Marven from NSVRC, and Mo Lewis from NSVRC draw connections between the conversations in each of the three episodes and share their insights, highlighting the many ways prevention is linked to housing. This episode is part of a series on housing for prevention that we co-created with the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence. Show Notes: Homelessness & Adverse Childhood Experiences National Resource Center on Domestic Violence Safe Housing Partnerships

  In this collaborative episode of our Housing for Prevention series, Janae Sargent and Ashleigh Klein-Jimenez from ValorUS talk with Gabby Boyle from the Sexual Trauma & Abuse Care Center in Lawrence, KS. This episode originally aired on July 27, 2023, on Valor's podcast channel PreventConnect, under the title "Housing Justice as Prevention." It was part of their series previewing workshops at the National Sexual Assault Conference. This episode is part of a series on housing for prevention that we co-created with the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence. Original