This 90 minute workshop will explore the basic principles of Transformative Justice and engage in honest conversation about the challenges we face when using this model. By using visual and
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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During this training we will discuss different modes or program monitoring, types of data that can be used for evaluation and Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI), how to interpret them, and
Join NCCASA & NCCADV for a Joint Legislative Update Call
This training will cover both North Carolina Mandatory reporting laws, discuss advocate privilege, and answer any lingering questions about mandatory reporting. We will stream our "Sweeping Changes" recording and then
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Three Resources to help you in your Human Trafficking Awareness and Direct Service-Courtney Dunkerton
Familial Trafficking https://www.sog.unc.edu/publications/bulletins/human-trafficking-families Emerging research suggests that a signification percentage of the commercial sexual exploitation of children is perpetrated by family. Rape crisis centers aleady serve adult survivors of this…Learn More about Three Resources to help you in your Human Trafficking Awareness and Direct Service-Courtney Dunkerton
Save the Date-Fall 2022 NCCASA Member Meeting
NCCASA is excited to announce that our upcoming Fall 2022 NCCASA Member Meeting will be on November 17th! Mark your calendars for a day full of NCCASA updates, you (our…Learn More about Save the Date-Fall 2022 NCCASA Member Meeting