The Joyful Heart Foundation – a national organization working to end the backlog of untested sexual assault kits – announced that Connecticut has reached “full reform” of its sexual assault backlog. This means the state meets each of the organization’s six pillars of reform and now: 1) Counts untested sexual assault kits annually 2) Tests […]VIEW MORE
The Alliance is joined by state Attorney General William Tong in questioning the development and marketing of “do-it-yourself” sexual assault kits to be sold online by companies such as MeToo Kits and The Preserve Group.VIEW MORE
We watched as Dr. Blasey Ford shared her testimony of a traumatic sexual assault before the Senate Judiciary Committee and millions of Americans.VIEW MORE
Staff and volunteers provided resources and collected petition signatures. Our executive director spoke during the rally.VIEW MORE
Advocates learned about some of the needs, barriers, and cultural dynamics when working with survivors of sexual violence in Latinx communities.VIEW MORE
Ilsa Knecht (Joyful Heart Foundation) and Natasha Alexenko (Natasha’s Justice Project) came to CONNSACS to share their experiences in setting up a trauma informed protocol for victim notification.
Trinity College, with the support of CONNSACS and other sponsors, will host two sneak previews of The Hunting Ground, two weeks before its theatrical release. On Wednesday March 4th at 7:30 and Sunday March 8th at 4:00pm.VIEW MORE
On Thursday, April 17, over 100 sexual assault victim advocates and community service providers joined CONNSACS for our Annual Meeting & Breakfast at the Pond House in West Hartford.VIEW MORE