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Individual and Student Application
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If You’ve Been Raped
NC Rape Crisis Centers
NCCASA Internship Opportunities
Law & Policy
Q & A: “Counseling” vs. “Advocacy”
Who Represents Me?
Q & A: Charitable Contributions and Non-Profits
Licensing Requirements for Counselors in NC
Criminal Statutes Related to Sexual Violence
Mandatory Reporting in NC
“Revenge Porn” and Image Exploitation
Statutory Rape and Statutory Sexual Offenses in NC
Immigration-related Legal Issues
Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA)
VAWA Forensic Compliance: North Carolina Implementation
Data Collection System: Osnium
2018 Young Advocates Institute
Overview & Membership Information
NC Campus Mapping Project
National Sexual Assault Coalition
Engaging Men & Boys
Sexual Assault Response Teams
Sexual Assault Services Program (SASP) Grant Information
Free NCCASA Training
Reduced fees for statewide conference and more!
Network and be involved in the growth and development of NCCASA!
Say "No More" with us
We work with you on SAAM events and others!
Thank You to the Family Violence Prevention Services Program, US DHHS, and NC Council for Women for financial support.
What We Do
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.
NCCASA understands that by working with our elected representatives we can create new laws to combat sexual violence.
Survivors Deserve More
The past several years have been a series of highly publicized cases surrounding sexual violence. All platforms of mass media,...
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