(30 minutes) This course explores how the general public understands sexual
violence. It provides opportunities to practice reframing messages about
sexual violence to get at root causes and ultimately change how people
(30 Minutes) This course explains why
plain language is important for messaging about sexual violence and provides
opportunities to practice using plain language.
(30 Minutes) This is a condensed version of the regional language access training of trainers offered to rape crisis center advocates in 2019.
This recording is a
conversation between two state/national program directors as they talk about
trauma-informed supervision—and what that looks like for supporting and taking
care of staff/advocates while
being rooted in resiliency, honesty, trust, and giving advocates the support and tools they need to do this work.
This conversation with three Technical Assistance Providers
reflects on how to both personally and
organizationally, regularly build new skills in order to build new practices
that are embedded with a deep commitment to unlearning and disrupting all
forms of oppression and very specifically racism in order to enhance our
sexual assault services to survivors.
(54 mins) Ensuring meaningful access to limited English proficient (LEP)
survivors of domestic and sexual violence is recognizing how gender bias and
cultural identity may prevent access to services.
(1 hour, 23 minutes)This recorded webinar discusses lessons learned from the National Sexual Assault Demonstration Initiative. Presenters from the National Sexual Violence Resource Center and Resource Sharing Project share findings about organizational changes, practices, and dynamics that can be used by dual/multi-service programs to enhance their services to sexual assault survivors.