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Lending Library

The WCSAP Library maintains a unique collection of more than 4,000 books, articles, journals, audio cassettes, video tapes, films, and other educational resources that focus on issues related to sexual assault prevention, advocacy and treatment. These resources are available to members.

Our collection provides resources on everything from legal and medical issues, to best practices in prevention, sexual assault dynamics and treatment, advocacy, cultural competency, child abuse, organizational development, training manuals, sex offender characteristics, bullying prevention curricula, and much, much more. And we're continuously adding more. So, grab a cup of coffee, order online or pick up the phone and check out our stuff.

Library items are available to WCSAP members and OCVA grantees. If you have items you would like to check out, simply email the names of the items to library@wcsap.org

Note: The library system is not currently able to check out items to you directly, you will have to email us with your requests. Apologies for the inconvenience. If you have any other questions call or email Kelly at library@wcsap.org or 360-754-7583.

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Cover for curriculum called Turning Points A Commitment to Build Stronger and Safer Communities

Turning Points: A Commitment to Build Stronger and Safer Tribal Communities

This training curriculum is designed to build capacity among tribal leaders, tribal families, health service providers, teachers, social workers, law enforcement, judges and non-Natives to prevent sexual violence and inti-mate partner violence (SV/IPV) in tribal com-munities by increasing awareness of the im-pacts of SV/IPV on tribal communities, in-creasing connectivity between young men and boys to their tribal community and culture, increasing capacity of an individual to manage anger and to respond to anger, and increasing the capacity within the community members to mentor young men and boys along a path that will result in stronger and safer tribal communities.

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Reviewed: November 6th, 2013