April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM)

Today is the first day of Sexual Assault Awareness Month or #SAAM. This year's theme is building connected communities. You might already be preventing sexual violence by supporting survivors, understanding consent with your partners, and not participating in harmful rhetoric, like victim blaming, but NSVRC helps us to understand how community change can go beyond that.

SART Training

This free training will cover sexual assault DNA evidence collection, providing trauma-informed services to sexual assault survivors with complex needs, and the responsibilities of SART members in the criminal justice process. The training will be led by Sharlotta Sharp and D’Michelle DuPre from the Office for Victims of Crime Training and Assistance Center. This training...
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Happy New Year From Our Board and Staff!

Thank you for your Support! We are so grateful to those who have donated toys, personal items, non-perishables, and more to survivors this holiday season! Program Spotlight: Sexual Assault Response Team – SART stands for Sexual Assault Response Team. It is a multidisciplinary team made up of victim advocates, law enforcement, prosecution, hospital staff, other...
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