SANE programs are invited to apply to be a pilot site in the national SANE Toolkit Evaluation. Read more about this training and technical assistance opportunity.

The NSVRC is partnering with the Media Education Foundation for National Sexual Violence Awareness Month 2010 to offer reduced pricing on select films exclusively to Sexual Assault Awareness Monthactivity organizers.
You can order films at SAAM prices through April 30, 2010. Eighteen fabulous films are included ranging from The Line (preorders) to Wrestling with Manhood.

Join the dialogue about taking action to end sexual violence through NSVRC’s new blog.  Guest blogger, Joan Tabachnick, author of the NSVRC publication, Engaging Bystanders in Sexual Violence Prevention, explores the powerful ways that we can all choose to do something or say something to prevent sexual violence. 

For Immediate Release:
November 5, 2009

Franken, Grassley, Feinstein, Hatch Introduce Justice For Survivors Of Sexual Assault Act
Justice for Survivors of Sexual Assault Act Will Reduce Rape Kit Backlog

Contact:          Lauren Sogor – National Sexual Violence Resource Center
                        (717) 909-0710
CDC Awards Vital Prevention Funding to National Sexual Violence Resource Center
Enola, PA.- The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently awarded the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape $1.5 million dollars per year for three years to continue funding its National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC).

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On September 5, 2009 Gail Burns-Smith passed away unexpectedly at her home. She was a founding board member of the National Sexual Violence Resource Center and a tireless advocate for sexual assault survivors and those working to end sexual violence. For more information about her life and accomplishments click here.


CONTACT:   Karen Baker, National Sexual Violence Resource Center
                      (877)739-3895 x101

                      Lauren Sogor, National Sexual Violence Resource Center
                      (877)739-3895 x118

NSVRC Honors 12 Individuals with Award for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Order your copy now while supplies last.Directory of Sexual Assault Centers in the United States (National Sexual Violence Resource Center, 2008)This directory provides a listing of over 1400 sexual assault crisis centers in the United States and its territories as well as contact information of state, territorial and tribal coalitions. The principle goal of this directory is to provide information that can help victim service professionals make referrals and network with each other. Please contact for more information. 

A new study from the U.S. Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Statistics finds that the violent crime rate in the United States was largely unchanged from 2005 to 2007, but that there was a 25 percent increase in rape and sexual assault over those two years. However, because the methodology for the survey changed in 2006, and because the overall number of rapes and sexual assaults is low compared to other crimes such as burglary, theft and assault, statisticians at the Bureau caution that the increase is not statistically significant.


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