This resource is part of the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner  (SANE) Sustainability Project. It provides an overview of the key elements to SANE program sustainability.

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This resource is part of the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner  (SANE) Sustainability Project. It provides an overview of the budgeting process for a SANE Program.

Learn more by downloading the free mobile app.

This resources is part of the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner  (SANE) Sustainability Project. It provides an overview of the sexual assault medical examination billing process for program managers.

Learn more by downloading the free mobile app.

 

The following resources are intended to provide online support through the use of forums, chat rooms, self-help and general resources to survivors of sexual violence.

This guide focuses on adapting advocacy skills to help young people who experience homelessness and sexual violence build resiliency and lessen their traumas. It has three aims: (a) to provide an overview for the intersections between identity, trauma experiences, and resiliency among youth who are homeless; (b) to highlight core skills and techniques for advocates; and (c) to discuss how to tailor these skills in order to improve services for youth who identify as LGBTQ.

Also available is an infographic, Homeless Youth & Sexual Violence, which illustrates statistics that show the link between youth homelessness and sexual violence.

For more about the topic of homelessness, access the Housing and Sexual Violence Information Packet and the Link Between Housing & Sexual Violence infographic.

 

Young people who are homeless also often are sexually assaulted. You can help by listening to youth who have been harmed by homelessness and sexual violence. Your support can make a positive difference in their lives over time. (see references)

This infographic is a companion piece to the guide, Linking the Roads: Working with Youth Who Experience Homelessness and Sexual Violence.

For more about the topic of homelessness, access the Housing and Sexual Violence Information Packet and the Link Between Housing & Sexual Violence infographic.

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REFERENCES
NUMBER OF HOMELESS YOUNG PEOPLE 

The National Alliance to End Homelessness. (2014). Youth. Retrieved from http://www.endhomelessness.org/pages/youth

The National Alliance to End Homelessness. (2014). LGBTQ youth. Retrieved from http://www.endhomelessness.org/pages/lgbtq-youth

RUNAWAY YOUTH

The Administration on Children, Youth and Families. (2002). Sexual abuse among homeless adolescents: Prevalence,correlates, and sequelae. Retrieved from http://www.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/opre/sex_abuse_hmless.pdf

Durso, L. E., & Gates, G. J. (2012). Serving our youth: Findings from a national survey of service providers working with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Retrieved from The Williams Institute: http://williamsinstitute.law.ucla.edu/wp-content/uploads/Durso-Gates-LGB...

National Network for Youth. (n.d.). Consequences of youth homelessness. Retrieved from http://www.nn4youth.org/system/files/IssueBrief_Youth_Homelessness.pdf

HOMELESS YOUTH

The Administration on Children, Youth and Families. (2002). Sexual abuse among homeless adolescents: Prevalence, correlates, and sequelae. Retrieved from http://www.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/opre/sex_abuse_hmless.pdf

National Network for Youth. (n.d.). Consequences of youth homelessness. Retrieved from
http://www.nn4youth.org/system/files/IssueBrief_Youth_Homelessness.pdf

Cray, A., Miller, K., & Durso, L. E. (2013). Seeking shelter: The experiences and unmet needs of LGBT homeless youth. Retrieved from the Center for American Progress:
http://www.americanprogress.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/LGBTHomelessY...

This worksheet was created to help SANE Programs managers develop succession plans. It is part of the SANE Sustainability Mobile App project.

This checklist was created to help SANE Programs develop comprehensive orientation programs for new SANEs.  It is part of the SANE Sustainability Mobile App project.

This guide discusses the 2014 research article "A systematic review of primary prevention strategies for sexual violence perpetration" by Sarah DeGue et al. It summarizes the methods and discusses key findings of the systematic review. It also proposes ways preventionists can use this research to identify promising prevention strategies, strengthen and evaluate their current efforts, and advocate with funders, policymakers, researchers, and community partners. 

These tri-fold cards include tips on sexual violence prevention and resources for survivors. Order palm cards to distribute. 

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