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Some Call it Stalking… Some Call it Love?


Stalking is prevalent in our society. With January being stalking awareness month CCASA is hosting this webinar which will address stalking dynamics, how people are stalked, the reasons people stalk, and tips to support stalking…
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9th Jan 2018


Standardized Test Just Don’t Cover It: Expanding Education through School-Based Sexual Violence Prevention Programming


Educators and advocates can’t always have the same priorities, but we come together by putting youth welfare first. The SAVA Center’s decade-long partnership with Poudre School District in Northern Colorado brings violence prevention programming to…
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Intersection of Disability and Sexual Assault


Do you wonder whether some of your clients might have some type of disability? With 83% of women with developmental disabilities experiencing sexual assault and, of that number, more than 50% experiencing sexual assault 10+…
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Working with Jails on Sexual Assault Programming and PREA


Join SASO in Durango as we discuss our progress in working with the LaPlata County jail, corrections and detention programs. By developing MOUs and building relationships, we are providing the “Healing Trauma” 5 week curriculum…
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Suprises, Spectacles, and Sucesses: Recapping the 2015 Legislative Session


Colorado’s Seventieth General Assembly convened on January 7, 2015 and is scheduled to adjourn on May 6, 2015. Throughout this time, you’ve been inundated with urgent action alerts, policy podcasts, and even assistance with testifying…
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Colorado Reporting Options Train the Trainer Webinar


This webinar will provide tools so that community service providers ensure SB 128 implementation. SB 128 created three reporting options for adult sexual assault survivors: law enforcement, medical, and anonymous. This webinar will give you…
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Colorado Reporting Options Train the Trainer Webinar


This webinar will provide tools so that community service providers ensure SB 128 implementation. SB 128 created three reporting options for adult sexual assault survivors: law enforcement, medical, and anonymous. This webinar will give you…
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Using a Shared Risk and Protective Factor Framework to Leverage Resources, Partnerships and Evaluation


This webinar will identify and define shared risk and protective factors that impact multiple types of violence and provide examples on how to use this framework to leverage resources, partnerships and evaluation. The presenters will…
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An Advocates Guide to Media Interviews


This webinar is for everyday advocates who are working with their local news media or wish to start. It will cover the basics of preparing survivors for media interviews, preparing yourself as “the expert” for…
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Colorado VINE: What you need to know about Colorado’s Victim Notification Program


VINE (Victim Information and Notification Everyday) is a nationally recognized victim notification system, which is currently in 47 states. Since the Colorado Constitutional Amendment for Victim Rights requires victim notification, this system has been implemented…
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