CALCASA has served as a national leader on campus violence (sexual, dating, domestic, and stalking) via our work with the Office of Violence Against Women and the Centers for Disease Control in supporting the work of communities and institutions in addressing and preventing sexual violence on college campuses. CALCASA works to develop legislative and systems policy change that support survivors and increase the capacity of institutions and community partners. This uniquely positions CALCASA to advocate on behalf of sexual assault and student survivors. Our local, national, and international work with victims, students, colleges, and universities informs our advocacy on policy changes and capacity development for programs, always keeping at the forefront what is best for survivors.

CALCASA partners with other national leaders to work with colleges and universities across the country to develop best practices for responding to sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking. CALCASA supports the development of community based, culturally specific models of addressing and preventing sexual violence. The foundation for CALCASA’s Technical Assistance strategies is using a survivor-centered approach when addressing these issues.

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Click here for a detailed overview of our areas of expertise, methods, and approach to preventing sexual, domestic, and  stalking violence on college campuses.

For more information about our technical assistance program, please contact CALCASA at [email protected].