There are more than 2 million survivors of rape living in California.
The long-term empowerment of survivors requires a foundation for them to be their own voice.
Promoting the norms and behaviors that we want to see.
Supporting policies that encourage system changes to aid survivors.
This blog was authored by Jessie Towne-Cardenas (on behalf of CALCASA) Partner, Training and Curriculum Development Lead at Aboreta Group.
Riverside Area Rape Crisis Center (RARCC) has been implementing their RPE program at John W. North High School for years so when the supplemental funds came through last year, they leveraged the opportunity to kick off […]Read More
This webinar provides training in anticipation of an increased number of calls to CA rape crisis agencies from CDCR sites as awareness of toll-free, non-recorded calls grows among incarcerated survivors. Topics include how to prepare your agency to receive crisis calls from survivors inside CDCR facilities, best practices during calls, and ensuring the long-term success […]Read More
This blog was authored by Rubi Gutierrez Prevention Educator, YWCA- Silicon Valley
I began prevention work at Fresno’s Juvenile Justice Campus as a counseling volunteer, where we helped incarcerated youth finish high school through tutoring and mentoring and find jobs. It was there that I was trained on facilitating a curriculum called Safe Dates—and found […]Read More
The California Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CALCASA) and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) are pleased to offer this special training to support local community based organizations in their sexual violence prevention efforts. The focus of this training is for those organizations working in the middle school setting. There is no registration cost to […]Read More
On Tuesday August 27, 2013 Alexis Marbach from the Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence led a training for California RPE grantees. The training, entitled “Logic Models for Prevention Programming II” explored the basics of creating logic models for prevention programming. The materials from that training can be found here:
Training […]Read More
CALCASA is proud to present the 2018 Intervention Training Series.
This informative webinar series will provide our membership agencies and allied organizations with a “menu” of our latest initiatives and projects. Beginning in May and continuing through September, there will be two webinars a month that will include topics such as addressing technology abuse, centering […]
Presented by the National Immigrant Women’s Advocacy Project (NIWAP), in partnership with Aequitas and California Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CALCASA)
Date: Thursday, April 16, 2015
Time: 2:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m. Eastern Time
Cost: The webinar is free to all participants.
Target Audience: This webinar is provided for grantees who receive funding from the U.S. Department of […]Read More
July 23, 2013
2:00 – 3:30 pm
Hosts: Abby Sims and David Lee, California Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Presenter: Alexis Marbach, MPH, Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence
This web conference provided the basics on developing logic models for prevention programs. Attending this web conference (or watching a recording) is required for the August Logic Model Training (see below […]Read More
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