There are many organizations that provide support and information to survivors of sexual violence and their loved ones. Below are additional resources for those seeking support outside of RCASA’s services, or educational information.
Online & In Your Hands
The resources listed below are PDF downloads you can print and disperse at your school, office, church, and civic groups.
Spread the word. Change the culture. End sexual violence.
RCASA's impact on Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania, Caroline, King George, and Stafford in FY18
Consent is about always choosing to respect personal and emotional boundaries
Understanding PERK (Physical Evidence Recovery Kit) Eams
Going to college - An NSVRC tip sheet for parents and students.
No fue tu culpa. Nadie merece ser violado o asaltado sexualmente.
It was not your fault. Nobody deserves to be sexually assaulted.
Relationship Red Flags You Should Never Ignore
Whether it happened recently or years ago, self-care can help you cope with the short- and long-term effects of a trauma like sexual assault.
A self help guide to healing for Transgender Survivors
Un vistazo al abuso sexual desde la perspectiva de un nino y lo que podemos hacer todos para proteger la seguridad de los ninos.
United Nations campaign to end violence against women
If you are experiencing threatening or violence behaviors, a Protective Order is one tool that may be available to help you.
How can it be sexual assault if we're married?
Advocacy in Virginia in 2017
Online resources for survivors of sexual violence
A look at sexual abuse from a kid's perspective and what we can all do to help keep kids safe.