How do I know I’m doing enough? As people who care about survivors of violence, while sometimes also being survivors ourselves, this is a tricky question. Sometimes, underneath this question is the fear that, not only are we not doing enough, we ourselves are also not enough.
Evaluation is a mindful and planned effort to capture the meaning and impact of our work; our results can help future practitioners in their efforts to prevent sexual violence and support survivors’ healing. Evaluation also helps keep us ethical and accountable to the communities and programs we... more
Rural programs greatly benefit from good communications and marketing in their community. Effective communications can look many different ways- especially in a rural community. These resources are meant to assist dual/multi-service advocacy organizations in creating the best possible strategy for... more
The Resource Sharing Project is pleased to present our e-learning modules as part of our training and technical assistance project for OVW Rural Grantees. Modules include webinar recordings and transcripts, presentation slides and handouts, podcasts, guides and quizzes to test your knowledge.
We consistently hear from rural advocates that they struggle to practice the skills necessary to support sexual assault survivors and that they know there are sexual assault survivors in their community who are not seeking services. Rather than waiting for sexual assault survivors to call or... more