Information and resources on the prevention of sexual violence against children provides context for broad application. This section also provides information on our organizational response to key cases involving CSA.
This project highlights resources, research and tools that support the development of bystander intervention approaches to prevention.
Sexual violence can affect the whole person in body, mind, or spirit. The responses of the body to a traumatic experience, like a sexual assault, can have lasting impact on health for any person at any age. We provide these resources in the hope that people who’ve experienced sexual violence can have better health outcomes, and that preventing sexual violence will lead to healthier people overall. Additionally, for those individuals who have already experienced sexual violence, knowing the impacts on health may help them in deciding what approach to take in pursuing or receiving medical care. Additional information on sexual violence is available on the NSVRC website, publications pages, or in the eLearning portal.
This section includes information for survivors of sexual violence and the general public about their rights.
The NSVRC is committed to helping foster conversations that expand prevention across languages and cultures. This page currently focuses on our Spanish-language work, but we are excited to expand into other languages as this project grows.
A two and a half day, advocacy-based conference providing advanced training opportunities and information regarding sexual violence intervention and prevention.
The NSVRC works to increase access to information on the prevention and response to sexual violence occurring during and after disasters, relief funds available to affected communities and planning tools.
The NSVRC provides resources and technical assistance to state and territory sexual violence coalitions, health departments, and other organizations working to develop comprehensive prevention strategies.
The project focuses on the unique resource, training and technical assistance needs of rural communities.
This collaborative project with the Office on Violence Against Women, includes the provision of free on-site technical assistance, information dissemination and consultation with local SANE programs.
The National Sexual Violence in Detention Education and Resource Project (NSDVERP) provides technical assistance to rape crisis centers, state sexual assault coalitions, and correctional facilities to address the challenges of implementing sexual assault response teams in correctional environments.
This project provides information about a demonstration initiative of the Office on Violence Against Women, National Sexual Assault Coalition Resource Sharing Project, and the National Sexual Violence Resource Center.
A Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) is a multidisciplinary interagency team of individuals working collaboratively to provide services for the community by offering specialized sexual assault intervention services. The NSVRC works with responders from around the United States to identify resources, translate research findings and analyze policy will assist in the development, enhancement and sustainability of SARTs. The NSVRC offers a number of ways for SARTs to connect in the following sections. For more information, please contact us via email or call, toll-free 877-739-3895.
Whether sexual violence occurs at the workplace or not, it can have a profound impact on an individual’s economic security and employment. This project provides information for advocates, preventionists, and employers on preventing and responding to sexual violence and supporting survivor’s needs in the workplace.
The National Sexual Violence Resource Center provides a variety of services to individuals providing services to victims/survivors and working to prevent sexual violence in the U.S. Territories; including training, technical assistance and resources. Check back often for updates on new initiatives.