Since information and guidance continues to change and evolve, RSP created this COVID-19-specific resource page to share information relevant to SASP administrators. Many State Administrating Agencies created guidance for their grantees during this ever-evolving time. The RSP has collected this... more
As coalitions and local programs make decisions about how to adjust their work to be in compliance with all local, state, territorial, and federal guidelines while also keeping services available and as accessible as possible for survivors, the following sections offer some information and... more
Since information and guidance continues to change and evolve, RSP created this COVID-19-specific resource page to share information relevant to managing coalitions, offering TA around providing sexual assault advocacy, working with funders, and getting support during this time.
This SASP TA webinar for administrators was held on November 5, 2015. Sandra Harrell, Director, and Anneliese Brown, Senior Program Associate, with the Center on Victimization and Safety at the Vera Institute of Justice provided an overview of planning an accessible and inclusive event, from... more
Recorded September 16th, 2014
Sexual assault support groups can be one of the hardest services to establish at rural dual/multi-services agencies. This webinar focuses on practical tips on publicity, developing your support group, encouraging continued participation, and overcoming the challenges... more
Home is supposed to mean safety, security, and comfort. But for many of the survivors we work with, home can be a triggering space fraught with memories of violence and trauma. A sexual assault survivor may need to find new housing because the perpetrator is the landlord or a live-in family member... more