The NSVRC enjoys a strong partnership with state, territorial and tribal anti-sexual assault coalitions and national allied organizations. This online directory highlights those organizations and projects working to eliminate sexual violence. It includes state and national organizations that meet the following criteria:
- a focus on addressing sexual violence and show a commitment to its elimination;
- scope of work is statewide, territorial, or national;
- provides permission to be included in this directory.
If you do not find what you are looking for, please contact us for assistance with resource and information needs related to sexual violence.
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The California Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CALCASA) provides leadership, vision and resources to survivors of sexual assault, rape crisis centers, community members and other entities committed to ending sexual violence.
In 1999, CALCASA was selected to be national Training and Technical Assistance Provider to the “Grants to Reduce Violent Crimes Against Women on Campus Program” funded through the Office of Violence Against Women (OVW), US Department of Justice. Additionally, CALCASA provides training and technical assistance to DELTA and RPE grantees through it's Prevention Connection project.
Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC) is dedicated to enhance and expand delivery of legal services to indigent, low-income and vulnerable immigrants through organizations that serve poor immigrants seeking family reunification, citizenship and protection from persecution and violence around the country. CLINIC provides training, technical assistance, advocacy and immigration program management support to these organizations.
The mission of the North Dakota Council on Abused Women's Services (CAWS North Dakota) is to provide leadership and support in the identification, intervention, and prevention of domestic and sexual violence.
The Center for Child & Family Studies seeks to improve the well-being of children, adults and families in South Carolina and nation. It partners with public and private agencies to build, maintain, and restore families and communities....Our programs provide direct services to the community [or] are designed to strengthen the infrastructure of the human services professions. This research project seeks to examine the relationship between victimization and offending for girls referred to the juvenile justice system.
Center for the Pacific Asian Family (CPAF) is dual domestic violence and sexual assault agency helping survivors and their families. Our mission is to build healthy and safe communities by addressing the root causes and consequences of family violence and violence against women. CPAF is committed to meeting the specific cultural and language needs of Asian Pacific Islander (API) women and their families. All of our services are free of charge and available in 30+ API languages.