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The Link to Prevention Podcast

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Episode 7: Bystander Intervention

10.11.23

The Link to Prevention Podcast Season 1, Episode 7: In this episode, the KCSARC prevention team sits down to discuss the topic of bystander intervention. The prevention team defines bystander intervention, as well as the term “upstander.” Jessica and Hannah walk through the ways they teach high school students about bystander intervention, including the 4 Ds model of intervening. There’s more than one way to intervene! The prevention team also shares some of their own examples of bystander intervention throughout the conversation.

Dando Voz empowers survivors to speak out

09.21.23

Survivors and families whose primary language is Spanish, and/or who have migrated to King County from other countries, face specific challenges to healing and justice.

Part of those challenges is being understood, linguistically and culturally.

Read more about specific challenges and how KCSARC’s Dando Voz empowers them.

Dando Voz: Un servicio que empodera a la comunidad latina

09.21.23

KCSARC se enfoca en tratar de comprender estas necesidades particulares de los sobrevivientes latinxs para poder responder y servir a la comunidad de la manera más adecuada.

Meet the Dando Voz team!

09.21.23

Conozca al equipo de Dando Voz

09.21.23

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Reports of sexual assaults on planes on the rise

08.18.23

King 5 News

“Victims are not responsible for what happened to them,” said Mary Ellen Stone, CEO of the King County Sexual Assault Resource Center. “We want to make sure that people understand that it is not the victim’s fault.”

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The Link to Prevention Podcast

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Episode 6: Talking to Youth

08.14.23

The Link to Prevention podcast Season 1, Episode 6: How do you talk to the youth in your life about topics like boundaries, consent, and online safety? In this episode, Hannah chats with two KCSARC staff members who each have experience and expertise in this area. They offer some advice and guidance for starting and continuing these important conversations with the youth in your life.

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06.12.23

How is trauma passed down? What can we do to stop it from affecting future generations? Experts suggest participating in advocacy & activism and talking about it as a family to integrate it into the family narrative and dispel shame. https://t.co/cI1Ni6ABBn

KCSARC

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05.26.23

As the long holiday weekend gets underway, just a reminder we're here, always, when survivors and their families need support. ☎️ https://t.co/F0eXFauaRA https://t.co/U67j4KBC5c

KCSARC

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05.19.23

Today's the last day to weigh in on a King County Community Survey in support of domestic violence/sexual assault victim services - our May e-News has more info! https://t.co/09FqhNhbbA https://t.co/oVTTOQ4YEg

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