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  • WCSAP has a variety of printed matter available to WCSAP members
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  • WCSAP tiene una variedad de material impreso disponible para los miembros de WCSAP.
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January, 2015

A trauma-informed approach to advocacy with parents of children who have been sexually abused means considering the range of stressors that families encounter. Specifically, we must recognize the possibility that parents may also have experienced sexual abuse as a child. In conjunction with the services offered to children, supporting the healing of parent-survivors helps both generations. Advocates have an excellent opportunity to help parent-survivors focus on their strengths. While their…

  • Child Sexual Abuse
  • Parents & Caregivers
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January, 2015

The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) was signed into law in 2003 and in 2012, the Department of Justice standards that govern its implementation in most types of detention facilities were finalized. The purpose of these standards is to tell facilities that are covered under PREA, what they need to do in order to be compliant. A number of these standards relate to a facility's responsibility to provide incarcerated survivors with access to sexual assault advocacy services. It was the…

  • Incarcerated Survivors
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January, 2015

Building on the Practice Guidelines for Working with Pregnant and Parenting Survivors (www.pregnantsurvivors.org), the current guidelines seek to incorporate the skills and knowledge of health care professionals and advocates who provide services to members of Latin@ communities. Gaining a clearer understanding of the complexity of the lived experiences of Latin@ communities begins with recognizing how discrimination based on social inequalities…

  • Pregnant & Parenting
  • Medical Advocacy
  • Reproductive Coercion
  • Immigrant & Refugee
A Resource for Incarcerated Survivors of Sexual Assault
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January, 2015

The audience for this bilingual (Spanish/English) brochure is people in incarceration or detention who have experienced sexual assault, either during their incarceration or in the community. It was developed to help survivors understand the role of an advocate, and how connecting with an advocate can help them. For advocates working with correctional facilities, this brochure is designed without staples, and can be distributed to correctional facilities for placement in their libraries,…

  • Incarcerated Survivors
Advocacy for Incarcerated Survivors
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January, 2015

This resource is for community based sexual assault programs and advocates who want to provide services to survivors in correctional facilities. The Prison Rape Elimination Act, which applies to most types of correctional and detention facilities, requires facilities to provide access to confidential community based sexual assault advocacy services for incarcerated people who have experienced sexual assault. Correctional facilities will be reaching out to community based sexual assault…

  • Incarcerated Survivors
A Resource for Corrections Professionals
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January, 2015

This audience for this brochure is corrections professionals. The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) requires correctional facilities to provide access to confidential community based sexual assault advocacy services for incarcerated people who have experienced sexual assault. This means that correctional facilities will be reaching out to community based sexual assault programs for assistance in meeting this requirement. However, many corrections professionals are unfamiliar with the…

  • Incarcerated Survivors
With Farmworker Victims of Sexual Violence?
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July, 2014

This booklet was created by, and designed and reprinted with permission from, The Farmworker Sexual Violence Technical Assistance Project of the Southern Poverty Law Center. This booklet is a step-by-step guide to creating an effective safety plan specific to farmworking victims of sexual violence.

  • Rural Communities
  • Immigrant & Refugee
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June, 2014

This is a brochure created to give helpful yet concise information about a variety of rights. The six rights sections are: housing, language access, worker and workplace rights, sexual assault and workplace violence, legal and immigration rights, and reproductive rights. There is a back panel with basic referenced resources. Each section addresses common concerns and directs people to contact their local program for more information or for help.

It is available in English and Spanish…

  • Legal Advocacy
A Guide for Conducting Effective Psychoeducational Support Groups, Second Edition 2014
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June, 2014

A particularly successful method of working with survivors of sexual assault and trauma is by bringing survivors together in groups. Groups are an effective tool in providing support, validation, connection, healing, empathy, and giving hope. At the core of all sexual assault is disempowerment and disconnection. To assist in recovery, empowerment and connection is key.

It is amazing to witness the transformation that many survivors make because of these groups — because they realize…

  • Support Groups
A Guide to Psychoeducational Support Groups for Nonoffending Parents and Caregivers of Children Who Have Been Sexually Abused
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June, 2012

This Guide is a supplement to the Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs' (WCSAP) general guide to psychoeducational support groups, Circle of Hope. Circle of Hope provides information about the nature of psychoeducational groups and how they differ from self-help and therapy groups. In addition, there is general…

  • Child Sexual Abuse
  • Parents & Caregivers
  • Support Groups