Asistencia de Ayuda Por Desastre (COVID-19) Para Inmigrantes

Debido a la continuidad de la pandemia en los Estados Unidos CALCASA sigue abogando por las necesidades de los sobrevivientes de asalto sexual durante estos tiempos de incertidumbre. CALCASA reconoce las necesidades de las personas inmigrantes y pone a su disposición los siguientes recursos disponibles en el estado de California. En respuesta al brote de [...]

CALCASA Stands in Solidarity with Racial Justice Advocates: Criminalization will NOT end Sexual Violence

The fight to end sexual violence in the United States has always also required a concurrent fight against racism.  Prejudice and discrimination on the basis of both sex and race are woven together in the issue of sexual violence, and so we cannot effectively combat one without combatting the other.  As the nation grapples with [...]

Como Mantener Nuestro Propio Bienestar Durante COVID-19: Servicios y Recursos Disponibles en California

El impacto de Coronavirus (COVID-19) está afectando a miles de personas en todo el mundo especialmente a sobrevivientes de asalto sexual y violencia doméstica.  Porque debido a las circunstancias los sobrevivientes están mas a merced del abusador/a,  y es mas difícil para ellos buscar ayuda. CALCASA está trabajando arduamente con  los centros de crisis en [...]

NSAC 2020: #BoldMoves is going VIRTUAL!

Every year at the National Sexual Assault Conference, we bring together over 1,800 advocates, activists, change agents, preventionists, and allies from across the country who are committed to  ending sexual violence. We provide opportunities to share information, resources, advance learning, develop new skills, and increase our capacity to assert the dignity of all people. In [...]

Title IX: CALCASA prioritizes safety and equal access to education

Last week, the federal Department of Education led by Secretary Betsy DeVos released its final Title IX rule governing schools’ responses to sexual harassment and assault that will roll back critical civil rights protections for survivors.  The California Coalition Against Sexual Assault is disappointed and concerned by the Department’s choice to abandon survivors, and is [...]

CA May Budget Revision Leaves Out Critical Prevention Funding for Rape Crisis Centers

Yesterday, Governor Newsom released his May Revise, which attempted to meet the impossible task of budgeting for a $54 billion deficit during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Partnership and CALCASA responded with a statement that addressed each of our budget requests. We’ve included the key points below: There was no allocation for sexual and domestic violence [...]

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