WE'RE ON A MISSION
The Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape is working to eliminate all forms of sexual violence and to advocate for the rights and needs of victims of sexual assault.
Rallying Youth Organizers Together works to reach out to victims and educate the public to end sexual violence.
The National Sexual Violence Resource Center serves as the nation’s principle information and resource center regarding all aspects of sexual violence.
Vision of Hope, launched in July 2005 by PCAR and former PA First Lady Michele M. Ridge, is a campaign aimed at protecting our children from the devastation of sexual abuse. Through Vision of Hope, professionals, corporations, community leaders and elected officials are working to protect – and restore – the hopes and dreams of our children.
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AEquitas' mission is to improve the quality of justice in sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking cases by developing, evaluating, and refining prosecution practices that increase victim safety and offender accountability.
The HERO Project is a community-based, media-driven, child sexual abuse prevention program designed to educate and motivate adult community members to call the 24-hour HERO Hotline if they suspect child sexual abuse. Started in Westmoreland County, PA in 1998 the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape took the project statewide in 2002.
When it comes to sexual violence, kids are confused yet wise beyond their years. The fact is that teens are at the highest risk for sexual violence, and one in four girls and one in six boys will be victimized by age 18. Teens need your help to get the facts straight. This site will talk about the issues and provide tips on how you can respond.
Men Against Sexual Violence (MASV) is one of the nation's first campaigns that enlists men to work collaboratively with women in the effort to end sexual violence. From its launch in 2002, there have been numerous MASV chapters formed in Pennsylvania. These chapters act as social change agents to achieve a sense of community and responsibility among men and to engage them in the anti-sexual violence movement.