Every 98 seconds another person is sexually assaulted, but according to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, only 28 percent of those who are will report it to the police. Of those cases, only 6 in every 1,000 perpetrators actually spend time in prison. This is why it’s so important to understand what sexual assault looks like.
We curated a guide that helps raise awareness and educate students, parents, and educators on how to change the culture surrounding sexual assault, in order to prevent further violence and to better support survivors as they heal and recover. Adopting a zero-tolerance attitude towards violence starts with everyone. Check it out below:
To get involved in one of our events please contact Shauna Jacob email@example.com.
We are always looking for enthusiastic committee members, event sponsors, and partners to help educate and inform our community about child abuse.
We look forward to your participation in one of our main events:
Pinwheels for Prevention
Ducky Derby – Hope Floats
CASA Superhero Run
Super Bowl Raffle
Adopt A Family
Positive Parenting Messages
And so much more….
For more information, contact Deja Wright at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (209) 851-3469.