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Intersections of Sexual Violence

Resources for COVID-19 Response

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

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Sexual Violence in the Military Infographic

This infographic is an updated version from it's original release in 2013. It is a visual snapshot of some of the statistics included in the NSVRC publication “Sexual Violence in the Mili...

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Check Out Our Interactive Version of the Risk and Protective Factors Infographic

Our new e-learning tool helps you learn more about risk and protective factors.

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New Social Determinants of Health Annotated Bibliography

Learn more about the research on social determinants of health related to sexual violence.

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Social Determinants of Health - Annotated Bibliography

This annotated bibliography explores research published between 2016 and 2019 on social determinants of health as they relate to sexual victimization.

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Picturing Your Program: Planning for Organizational Growth

Taking a thorough look at how programs have structured services for survivors of sexual violence is an essential part of how we care for survivors. This toolkit provides guidelines to exp...

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Culturally Relevant Services for Tribal Communities and Communities of Color

This roundtable discussion explores conversation about the effectiveness of culturally specific services provided to sexual assault survivors and the outreach strategies for our communities.

Taylor Teichman Fri, 02/21/2020 - 09:50

Spirit, Strength & Perseverance

This blog highlights three resources celebrating African American figures during Black History Month.

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Ask the Researcher: Sexual Abuse and Reproductive Health for Women of Color

Learn more about a six-year study from Black Women's Blueprint linking reproductive and sexual violence.

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This Land Is Not Our Own

We highlight three resources focusing on Native American culture in recognition of National Native American Heritage Month.

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