Helping friends and family members of survivors of sexual violence move forward

AS ONE.

You are not alone.

Our network and resources are here for you.  For individualized support, please contact us. 

Helping friends and family members of survivors of sexual violence move forward

AS ONE.

You are not alone

Our network and resources are here for you.  For individualized support, please contact us. 

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EMPOWERING
EMPOWERING

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Being a secondary survivor

Being a secondary survivor

A secondary survivor is someone who is close to a survivor of sexual assault and may experience some of the same thoughts, feelings and reactions related to the trauma. Examples include anger, disbelief, sadness, guilt, anxiety and confusion.

What is Consent?

What is Consent?

Consent is about communication. In the context of sexual activity, consent is an active process involving an enthusiastic and voluntary agreement to participate. Read more about how to give and get consent.

Why are victims being blamed and what can we do?

Why are victims being blamed and what can we do?

There are many forms of victim blaming in which survivors of sexual violence are made to feel that their behavior made them fully or partially responsible for being assaulted. Learn more about why victim blaming is harmful and what you can do to change the conversation to be more supportive of survivors.

You may not control all the events that happen to you, but you can decide not to be reduced by them.

Maya Angelou