During this webinar, we will spend the time taking an in-depth look into writing memoranda of understanding as they relate to medical advocacy. There will be a focus on MOUs with hospitals, but we will also talk about MOUs with law enforcement and neighboring rape crisis centers. We’ll discuss what is an MOU? How can they be helpful? And what goes in an MOU?
The staff at NCCASA believes that education is one of the essential components to preventing sexual violence.
NCCASA advocates for the rights of survivors of sexual violence and for those individuals and organizations that assist survivors.
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This training is designed for anti-violence, sexual violence, rape crisis, or human trafficking professionals who wish to strengthen their capacity to provide and coordinate survivor-centered, trauma-informed, empowerment-based services to human trafficking survivors in their communities.
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Human Trafficking Prevention Toolkit
Human trafficking prevention has at times been framed primarily as a criminal justice priority or been siloed from other forms of violence prevention. As experts in sexual violence prevention, NCCASA…Learn More about Human Trafficking Prevention Toolkit