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This guide provides information to support sexual assault services programs in strengthening their organizational and individual responses to survivors of sexual violence through the use of a trauma-informed approach.
Authors: National Sexual Violence Resource Center and National Sexual Assault Coalition Resource Sharing Project
This information packet provides guidance to prevention practitioners at local, state, tribal, territory, and national organizations to work more effectively toward the goal of eliminating sexual violence in their communities.
This report summarizes the information gathered by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) via a web-based survey regarding how local, state, territory and tribal communities have developed Sexual Assault Response Teams (SARTs).
The focus of this technical assistance guide is to help sexual assault service providers build, expand, formalize, and maintain strong interagency responses to sexual violence. It includes a brief overview followed by Practice Tips, Ways to Build SART Excellence, and Key Resources.
This report offers information on the level of endorsement for primary prevention activities, consistency in definitions, and some needs and barriers related to incorporating a primary prevention focus in programming.
Provides a healthy discussion of sexual violence and domestic violence collaboration and appreciation of respective work by interviewing two advocates that have worked in sexual assault program, domestic violence programs and dual issue programs.
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