Connecticut Alliance to End Sexual Violence and our nine community-based sexual assault crisis centers provide unbiased, non-judgmental support. We also provide education and information to victims and survivors of sexual violence, and their loved ones, to assist them in making the decisions that are best for them.
- Supporting a Survivor
- Women of Color Caucus Against Sexual Violence (WOCCASA)
- Queer Caucus Against Sexual Violence (QCASA)
- Advocate Trainings
- Justice-Involved Advocacy Resources
Sexual Assault Crisis Counselors & Advocates
Staff and volunteers throughout our network of community-based member centers have the training and skills to help victims and their families navigate complex systems and provide compassionate and non-judgmental support.
Post-Conviction Victim Advocates
Advocates are available to victims and their families when their offender is released back into the community.
Support on College Campuses
The CT College Consortium to End Sexual Violence offers space for colleges and universities to share information, strategies, and resources in order to strengthen and support their work on campuses.