Agency News

NCCASA is Hiring!

02/6/2017 | Agency News

NCCASA is hiring a Member Services Program Coordinator and a Contract Program Evaluator! See our job board for more information!

2017 NCCASA Paid Summer Internship

12/15/2016 | Agency News

NCCASA is offering a paid summer internship through the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation to assist with the 2017 Young Advocates Institute. A full description of “must-haves” for student eligibility can be found at–program. To learn more about the Young Advocates Institute Special Project’s Internship, click here to view the internship directory and instructions on how to access the application. The application […]

New NCCASA Resource- Title IX and SV in K-12 Schools: Basics for Community Partners

11/28/2016 | Agency News

See the link below for a new NCCASA resource, thanks to the hard work of our two prevention interns, Naomi Broadway and Molly Marcotte! “Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, often simply referred to as Title IX, prohibits discrimination in education on the basis of sex. Title IX prohibits sex discrimination in areas […]

LIVERESPECT on Campus: Preventing Sexual Assault in High School and College

11/15/2016 | Agency News

Registration is open for A CALL TO MEN’s two-day educational training event for high schools, colleges and universities. This event, being conducted in collaboration with NCCASA, will take place on March 2-3, 2017 in Charlotte, NC.  LIVERESPECT on Campus: Preventing Sexual Assault in High School & College will provide education and prevention strategies on engaging young […]

National Statements Following the Presidential Election

11/15/2016 | Agency News

Both the National Alliance to End Sexual Violence and the National Task Force to End Sexual & Domestic Violence have published statements following the Presidential Election. You can link to both below. “Today and every day, the National Alliance to End Sexual Violence pledges to stand with all survivors of sexual violence; to advocate passionately […]

Register Today for our Fall 2016 Member Meeting on November 9!

10/20/2016 | Agency News

NCCASA is excited to announce our Fall 2016 Member Meeting! At this meeting, we will share the analysis from the listening sessions that many of you participated in last fall, and together we will discuss vision, strategies, and priorities for NCCASA’s Member Services program. We are committed to reflecting the voices of our members, so […]

Our Time, Our Vote- Early Voting in NC October 20- November 5!

09/29/2016 | Agency News

Voting is a critical way to voice our needs and the needs of our communities and to send a strong message about the priorities we want our elected officials to address. Elections can have a strong impact not only on policies that directly impact sexual assault service provision, response, and funding, but they can also […]

Registration Open for the 2016 NC SV Primary Prevention Summit!

08/12/2016 | Agency News

NCCASA’s 2016 Sexual Violence Primary Prevention Summit (November 9-10) will bring together around 200 people for two days of interactive dialogue, networking, training, and brainstorming. Topics will include the School to Prison Pipeline, applying intersectional social justice lenses to prevention work, increasing facilitation skills, healthy sexuality, youth engagement, and more. Attendees will hear from dynamic […]

Save the Date for the 2016 NC Sexual Violence Primary Prevention Summit!

08/10/2016 | Agency News

Save the Date for the 2016 North Carolina Sexual Violence Primary Prevention Summit! When: November 9-10, 2016 Where: Holiday Inn, Downtown Raleigh What You Can Do: Submit a workshop proposal. Volunteer. Attend. Spread the word. Be on the lookout for workshop proposal and registration applications, as well as more exciting information in the coming weeks! […]

NCCASA and National LGBTQ DV Capacity Learning Collaborative Technical Documents Now Available!

08/10/2016 | Agency News

These two documents are intended to provide research and anecdotal evidence in support of increasing LGBTQ+ protective factors and service provision through specific strategies. The first, “Preserving Survivor Choice” uses research to make a case for the way that forensic compliance systems would need to change in order to meet the needs of LGBTQ+ survivors. […]

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