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SEEKING SUPPORT?
The Alliance has compiled a number of resources available for survivors, their friends and families, and professionals assisting survivors in New York City.

Health Communications Research

The Alliance has expertise in developing, testing, disseminating and measuring the impact of health communications materials aimed at prevention and informing New Yorkers about services. We conduct health communications research utilizing the P-process, a framework for guiding the design and execution of effective health communication materials and campaigns. Our communications research also serves as the foundation of our advocacy goals of ensuring best care for survivors and preventing sexual violence in NYC.

NYC Teen Health Map

The NYC Teen Health Map is a subway map on one side and a service guide on the other, which folds into a discreet card to be tucked into a wallet. After careful planning and Institutional Review Board approval, The Alliance initiated this project in February, 2006 when researchers organized four focus groups with local teens to determine an effective means for developing and distributing resource information to young people. [Read more]

'Know When to Use Your Pausebutton: Sexual Assault is Not a Game’ Poster

The Alliance created the Pause Button campaign to address the issue of sexual violence among youth in New York City. The Pause Button campaign is a sexual assault awareness-raising poster that targets middle-school boys between 11–13 years old, with the goal of eliciting discussion on how to change attitudes that could contribute to sexual assault perpetration as boys mature. [Read more]
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