The anti-rape movement of the 1970's did not materialize from thin air. Like all significant changes in the evolution of human history, the Anti-rape Movement is – on the one hand – a manifestation of the gradual progress of an evolving culture and – at the same time – a noticeable shift in the... more
What is online learning and how can coalitions evalution whether it is the right path for them? This paper provides a short introduction and some reflection questions for coalitions to consider.
This resource is part of a larger collection about online learning. You can access links to other... more
The intake process helps us introduce survivors to our program and allows survivors to share their needs, goals, strengths, and resources. A warm and intentional welcome to services can put many fears and anxieties at ease. We want to make sure they walk away feeling confident in our collaborative... more
"I remember seeing that on the listserv..."
So much information flies in and out of email. Many of us have developed tricks to help us manage email effectively, including listserv messages. Listservs, like Yahoo! Groups and Google Groups, serve an important role in helping us stay connected and... more
Rape crisis centers are revolutionary in helping survivors of violence speak their truth, act on their power, and engage with the world. To design and provide responsive and effective sexual assault services, it is important to grasp the varied and complex impact of sexual violence. This paper... more
Sample administrative leave policies are attached at the bottom of this page.
This policy collection was updated 3/31/2020 and includes policies from:
Recorded March 24th, 2015
The variety of services that support healing for sexual assault survivors are expansive and sometimes look different than what we think of as traditional services. This webinar is for rural advocates who are interested in learning and sharing about advocacy for sexual... more