Men working in the field of sexual violence prevention shared their tools and techniques with other men at events across Connecticut.
This art project features the work of Latinx survivors and artists from across Connecticut.
The Alliance has new materials and resources focused on helping survivors who self-identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer.
Governor Malloy creates special working group to address untested sexual assault evidence collection kits.
A statewide plan has been created for sexual assault and abuse prevention and awareness in Connecticut schools. Our member programs are here to help.
La Alianza Connecticut para Acabar con la Violencia Sexual es un servicio para víctimas de asalto sexual en Connecticut. Nosotros te podemos ayudar si necesitas ayuda.
All services are free and confidential.
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In order to end sexual violence, all men need to be actively engaged in addressing cultural norms that support sexual violence. We need your help.
You can participate in the legislative process by contacting your elected officials and talking about the importance of sexual assault victim services.
You have the ability to help and support your loved one in their journey to healing. They do not have to go through this difficult time alone.