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As Sexual Assault Reports Rise, Colorado Organizations Struggle To Meet Survivors’ Needs

The Boulder program, like many others in Colorado, can only afford to hire one prevention coordinator. While Victims of Crime Act and Violence Against Women Act funds provide financial support for education, money cannot be used for the salary of a prevention coordinator, according to Brie Franklin, executive director of the Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault. Community programs that have prevention education rely on donations or private grants to fund those efforts, Franklin said.

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