Deepening our Roots

The National Sexual Violence Resource Center is pleased to support the efforts of the National Sexual Assault Coalition Resource Sharing Project to support the growth of innovative services for rural sexual assault survivors. Adocates can find podcasts, webinar recordings and educational tools below.

Core Services

Opening Our Doors: Building Strong Sexual Assault Services in Dual/Multi-Service Advocacy Agencies

Strengthening Our Practice: The Ten Essential Strengths of Sexual Violence Victim Advocates in Dual/Multi Service Advocacy Agencies

Learn about other Rural Projects

 

Core Services

Explore the free materials from a webinar on the Strengths and challenges in Rural Dual/Multi-Service Advocacy Agencies (1:02.42)

Read an analysis of state service standards.

Watch the free webinar recording (1:28:33 hours) on core services for rape crisis centers lead by Valerie Davis and Kris Bein of the Resource Sharing Project.

 

Opening Our Doors: Building Strong Sexual Assault Services in Dual/Multi-Service Advocacy Agencies

Read the guide. (PDF 24 pgs)

Watch a Podcast to explore ten components of strong sexual assault services. (5:16 minutes)

 

Take a Quiz to test your knowledge about the ten components. (Note that this requires you to log in to NSVRC campus.)

Strengthening Our Practice: The Ten Essential Strengths of Sexual Violence Victim Advocates in Dual/Multi Service Advocacy Agencies

Read the Guide (PDF 29 pgs)

Watch a Podcast to learn about strengths of sexual violence victim advocates. (6:44 minutes)

 

Take a Quiz to test your knowledge. (Note that this requires log in to NSVRC campus.)

Learn More

Learn more about NSVRC Rural Projects and RSP Rural Projects.

 

This project was supported by Grant No. 2008-TA-AX-K043 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.

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