The Alliance has compiled a number of resources available for survivors, their friends and families, and professionals assisting survivors in New York City.
Center of Excellence in Primary Prevention
The Alliance is proud to be designated by the NY State Department of Health as a Center of Excellence in Primary Prevention. In this role, the Alliance supports prevention education programs being implemented in NYC schools and community-based organizations, assists community mobilization initiatives to promote healthy social norms that are protective against sexual violence, and works to strengthen NY State’s leadership in primary prevention of sexual violence.
2013 Center of Excellence NewsletterThis issue (our third annual!) features an in-depth conversation with two evaluation experts on the theme of Measuring Prevention Impact and provides readers with a list of resources, including an e-learning tool to help programs design their evaluation measures. We also update our map of primary prevention approaches across the state.
This issue also celebrates NYSCASA's 25th anniversary with a list of 25 Places to Find Primary Prevention in New York.
You can read the 2011 Center of Excellence newsletter by downloading it here.
Primary Prevention Webinars
The Alliance’s primary prevention webinars highlight the innovative and promising practices of Rape Crisis Programs and anti-violence organizations: Webinars are an effective tool for sharing stories of progress and lessons learned, and for identifying new opportunities to strengthen our primary prevention efforts.
Highlighting primary prevention resources and reports, from around the country and around the world. Read more
Follow the Alliance blog to read about efforts to mobilize communities and change social norms. The Alliance strives to create a space to normalize conversation about sexual violence, healthy relationships and social justice. Read it here
Sign up here to receive the Alliance's Weekly Digest of program announcements, news and primary prevention resources, sent to over 3,000 recipients each week. Share your own organization's program announcements and primary prevention resources with the community by submitting detailed information here.