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The registration deadline for the Carson City “Confronting Sexual Assault In Our Rural Communities” training is approaching! Be sure to register by July 30th at 5 pm to secure your seat! If you are traveling to the training location (Gold … Continue reading
We have canceled the Tonopah training due to the lack of RSVPs. Join us in Clark County July 18th and 19th or in Carson City August 1st and 2nd.
Following our first training we received the following as feedback: “I’ve attended MANY trainings and this has been one of the best!” -Detective “I learned A LOT I didn’t know.”- Advocate “A REAL EYE OPENER!” “Presenters were all very knowledgeable!” … Continue reading
Below you will find pictures from Winnemucca, Las Vegas and with Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval and First Lady, Kathleen Sandoval! Check out what was happening around the nation on Denim Day! Find more on Facebook and Twitter … Continue reading
ATTORNEY GENERAL MASTO Releases First Annual Domestic Violence Fatality REVIEW Report Elko, NV – Commemorating National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto released the Domestic Violence Fatality Review Statewide Team (AG-DVFRST) first annual report today, which … Continue reading
FREE Summer Camp is available for children who have been sexually abused. Hosted by Family Counseling Services. Click here for more information.
Stop Porn Culture! Summer programs are now available. For more information, visit their website at www.stoppornculture.org.
Bridging the Gap Creating a Community of Support for Deaf Survivors The 2013 National Conference on Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Against Deaf Individuals The Center on Victimization and Safety at the Vera Institute of Justice is pleased to be … Continue reading
The National Sexual Violence Resource Center is accepting nominations for the 2013 Gail Burns-Smith Award. This award recognizes people who have made significant contributions to preventing sexual violence through their work to facilitate effective partnerships between advocates working on behalf … Continue reading
Las Vegas RIIIIISES! Reno RIIIIISES!
Thanks Eve Ensler! Will YOU be rising with us and the other ONE BILLION on 2/14/13?
RPD VSU PSI ANNOUNCEMENT
Scrap DV wants to highlight and bring attention to the problem of domestic abuse within Nevada and get people talking about it. There are wonderful resources for victims of abuse and many sufferers don’t know the programs actually exist and … Continue reading
Take advantage of the opportunity to highlight the outstanding work of an individual in your community! Recognize and celebrate the contributions of a partner who has advocated, volunteered or lead the way for safer, healthier communities. Submit your nomination by … Continue reading
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ON-SITE MANAGER @ Advocates To End Domestic Violence Female on-site manager for hotel-like environment; light duties with some night and weekend responsibilities involving check-ins, inventory, and maintenance; Duties include being on-call 24/7, supervising residents to ensure comfortable stay for all. … Continue reading
Sexual Assault Support Services Advocate Shares Her Book, Screaming Through The Silence. “It happens quickly. I’m not in that house ten minutes before my world stops making sense.” From victim to survivor, Mary Ann Ricciardi pens from a most honest … Continue reading
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Click the link to see full publication. NCASV June 2012 News Blast
The FBI has issued a new definition of rape for the Uniform Crime Report! Rape Is Rape Out with the old: : the carnal knowledge of a female, forcibly and against her will In with the new: : … Continue reading
Our Las Vegas office has been moved! Our new contact information is below: NCASV-Southern Office 1096 East Sahara Suite 208 Las Vegas, Nevada 89104 (702) 866-0064 (702) 866-0060 Fax The Northern Office information remains the same: NCASV-Northern Office P.O. Box … Continue reading