The support of caring friends and family members can make a world of difference for survivors.
Disasters require us to re-imagine our work and how we serve survivors.
Our new resource collection shares opportunities to prevent sexual violence before, during, and after disasters.
These sessions provide attendees with a foundational understanding of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Continuums of Care (CoC) and a practical understanding of the coordinated entry process. Information includes ways communities can design coordinated entry access points, trauma informed assessment and prioritization approaches, and data safety considerations.
The latest edition of The Resource explores how the movement to end sexual violence has adapted over the past year and a half due to COVID-19.
How we talk about sexual violence matters. Whether you’re describing your center’s services to a friend, talking with a classroom of college students about preventing sexual harassment, or writing your agency’s newsletter, the words you use have an impact on how audiences understand those topics. They also have an impact on who sees themselves as eligible for your center’s services.