Sharing and learning with each other is key. The Alliance has a number of committees and caucuses for people to discuss and learn from their unique perspectives all with a common goal of addressing and preventing sexual violence.
Volunteers are able to contribute their personal experiences to the committee in an effort to connect with others and represent victims and survivors in policy and community issues.Learn More
Comprised of state and regional leaders, service providers and advocates, this committee has helped The Alliance develop new linguistically appropriate materials and messages to address sexual violence in Latinx communities.Learn More
WOCCASA is committed to the empowerment of all women and the eradication of oppression. Approximiately 40% of black women and 7.9% of Latinas will report coercive sexual contact or rape in their lifetimes.Learn More
QCASA is comprised of self-identified lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer advocates. It is dedicated to providing culturally relevant services for LGBTQ survivors.Learn More
This newly forming group is comprised of self-identified men who discuss techniques in preventing sexual violence in their communities and getting others engaged in making Connecticut safer.