Sexual assault coalitions are responsible for maintaining a high level of ethical and legal standards. These standards come from a variety of institutions, including the Internal Revenue Service, the Office of the Comptroller at the U.S. Department Of Justice, and others.
This is an assessment tool for determining agency mission and purpose; selecting, supporting, and supervising the executive director; planning for the organization's development; ensuring and managing adequate resources; determining and monitoring the agency's programs and services; enhancing the... more
Recorded August 25th, 2016
This webinar will specifically address the overall roles and responsibilities of a nonprofit organization’s Board of Directors. This topic includes the legal and fiduciary responsibilities of a Board of Directors. Joining us for this webinar will be Ellen Yin-Wycoff,... more
This training was held March 9 - 10 in San Antonio, Texas and provided participants with a curriculum (both content and presentation techniques) to take back to their state or territory to augment their work with local rape crisis service providers and others working to orient, train, and develop... more
This toolkit will assist the board of directors and staff at nonprofit domestic violence and sexual assault organizations in understanding the basic elements for building the capacity of their volunteer boards of directors. This toolkit provides a general summary of each element along with links... more
Recorded July 21st, 2016
Rural sexual assault advocacy providers often find themselves too bogged down in working with survivors to be able to sustainably cultivate and engage volunteers, but that is when they are needed the most. This webinar will focus on how to recruit volunteers in rural... more
This article provides general information and examples about comprehensive sexual assault services as a tool for program development. It is not an exhaustive list, but a list of resources to be used to begin a discussion or assessment or organizational efforts to address sexual violence.
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Healing from sexual violence is a process that often takes time, resources, and empathic support. A common analogy for the healing process is a spiral. You go through the same stages again and again; but traveling up the spiral, you pass through them at a different level, with a different... more