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Register now for “Strengthening Military-Civilian Community Partnerships to Respond to Sexual Assault”

06/22/2016 | Agency News

Register now for “Strengthening Military-Civilian Community Partnerships to Respond to Sexual Assault” in Salemburg (Sampson County) on July 19! “Strengthening Military-Civilian Community Partnerships to Respond to Sexual Assault” is an interactive training that helps participants establish partnerships with local military installations in order to effectively respond to the needs of sexual assault victims in the military. […]

NTF Statement on Orlando Shooting and Resources for Supporting the LGBTQ+ Community

06/14/2016 | Agency News

In the wake of such loss this past weekend after the shooting at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida, our hearts go out to the victims, their loved ones, and the LGBTQ+ community. NCCASA would like to share with you the statement released by the National Task Force to End Sexual and Domestic Violence Against Women in […]

Register Now for the Young Advocates Institute July 15-17!

04/26/2016 | Agency News

NCCASA is pleased to announce the 2016 Young Advocates Institute, July 15-17, on the campus of North Carolina A & T University in Greensboro, NC. Registration is now open, and you can find more information about registration for both youth attendees and adult chaperones here. There is already already a strong “buzz” about this year’s […]

Registration open for the NCCASA Spring 2016 Member Meeting!

04/25/2016 | Agency News

NCCASA is excited to announce that registration is open for our Spring 2016 Member Meeting! Funders are increasingly prioritizing service to “underserved communities”, and a number of local rape crisis centers recently were awarded VOCA and VAWA grants with this focus. Our funders aren’t the only ones prioritizing this topic- we know that increasing our […]

Responding to HB 2

03/24/2016 | Agency News

Yesterday HB 2 was passed and signed into law in North Carolina. This bill overrides a recently passed LGBT nondiscrimination ordinance in Charlotte, prevents local governments from enacting a range of nondiscrimination and employment policies, and requires all public facilities, including schools, to allow restroom access only on the basis of “biological sex”. This bill […]

NCCASA Hosts the Stalking Resource Center for “The Intersection of Stalking and Sexual Violence” Training

03/3/2016 | Agency News

It is with tremendous excitement that NCCASA is hosting the Stalking Resource Center for two trainings in Greensboro in March! This is an incredible training opportunity and should not be missed! For sexual assault and domestic violence advocates and allied professionals who work with sexual assault victims, please join us on Tuesday March 29th from 8:30am-4:30pm for “The Intersection […]

Purple Ribbon of Excellence Award Announcement!

02/23/2016 | Agency News

The Training and Education Committee of the North Carolina Domestic Violence Commission announces the inaugural Purple Ribbon of Excellence Award. The Purple Ribbon of Excellence recognizes programs exhibiting excellence in community education, outreach, and prevention related to domestic and sexual violence. The purpose of the award is twofold: 1) To convey appreciation and recognition upon […]

Safelight in Henderson County!

02/23/2016 | Agency News

In January 2016, Safelight was announced as the name for the newly combined agency in Henderson County serving survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and child abuse. Their new mission is: “creating hope, healing lives, changing community”. From their new website: “We are a nonprofit agency that provides support for victims of interpersonal violence, sexual […]

Albemarle Hopeline Signs MOU for Sexual Assault Response Protocol

02/11/2016 | Agency News

On Tuesday, February 2nd, the region’s chief prosecutor and three top law enforcement officials joined the president of the hospital and the leader of the local rape crisis center in signing their names to a sexual assault response protocol. The protocol, which is 52 pages long, will serve as a guide for law enforcement, hospital […]

NC Advocates to Attend National Justice Ride in Oklahoma City to Support Holtzclaw Survivors

01/19/2016 | Agency News

For Immediate Release January 20, 2016 Contact: Tracy D. Wright,, (919) 871-1015 Raleigh, NC- On January 21, 2016, advocates from the North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NCCASA) will attend the National Justice Ride in Oklahoma City along with hundreds of activists, artists, and community members of color from across the country to stand […]

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