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Whether you have experienced a sexual assault yourself, or want to know more about how to help your child, a friend or someone else, we’re here 24/7 with support and information to empower you to take your next steps.

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¿Qué es una agresión sexual?

Cada vez que alguien es forzado, coaccionado y / o manipulado en cualquier actividad sexual ilegal o no deseada, es una agresión sexual. Agresión o abuso sexual son términos que usamos en nuestro trabajo para hablar sobre el amplio espectro de comportamientos ilegales o no deseados. El termino agresión sexual, utilizado en todo nuestro sitio, se utiliza generalmente en referencia a adultos. Cuando se trata de un niño o adolescente que ha sido víctima, con frecuencia usamos el término abuso sexual infantil.

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Your gift to the nonprofit King County Sexual Assault Resource Center — whether one-time or monthly — tells every survivor: you are not alone. As more and more survivors and their families seek support, your gift ensures all of our services remain available, and that cost is never a barrier to the help any survivor needs.

You believe that tomorrow can be better — for survivors, for our communities, for our world. We can’t be more grateful for donors like you who make what we do possible.

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KCSARC es una organización sin fines de lucro independiente que sirve a los sobrevivientes y sus familias en todo el condado de King y que involucra a las comunidades en la construcción de un mundo sin agresiones sexuales.

La larga historia de KCSARC como un recurso experto y confiable nos brinda la experiencia y los conocimientos para empoderar a los sobrevivientes, cambiar actitudes, dar forma a las políticas estatales, eliminar barreras y hacer que los sistemas rindan cuentas.

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Mark your calendar for our 2022 BE LOUD Breakfast.

03.03.22

7:30 a.m.

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We're 1 week away from #GivingTuesday! Empower survivors & help end sexual violence and abuse by supporting KCSARC. Your donation today lets survivors know: I stand with you and I believe you. To make a donation, click here donate.kcsarc.org/give2021 or donate on our Giving Tuesday Facebook Fundraiser. We are grateful for your support. ... Ver másVer menos

Were 1 week away from #GivingTuesday! Empower survivors & help end sexual violence and abuse by supporting KCSARC. Your donation today lets survivors know: I stand with you and I believe you. To make a donation, click here donate.kcsarc.org/give2021 or donate on our Giving Tuesday Facebook Fundraiser. We are grateful for your support.

In this episode, Barrans brings us behind the scenes of their inclusive, student-led peer education program and how it helps students, faculty, and staff. You can hear this episode from our Building Resilience podcast on our website (kcsarc.org/green-river-college-part-2/) or other platforms such as Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and many more.

Thank you for listening! #supportsurvivors
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In this episode, Barrans brings us behind the scenes of their inclusive, student-led peer education program and how it helps students, faculty, and staff. You can hear this episode from our Building Resilience podcast on our website (kcsarc.org/green-river-college-part-2/) or other platforms such as Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and many more.Thank you for listening! #supportsurvivors
Land acknowledgment

We wish to acknowledge that KCSARC serves all of King County, which is on unceded ancestral land that belongs to Indigenous peoples. These lands are the traditional home of the Coast Salish peoples, including but not limited to the Duwamish, Muckleshoot, Puyallup, Snoqualmie, Stillaguamish, Suquamish, and Tulalip tribes. These acknowledgments do not fulfill our obligations to build and foster authentic relationships with Indigenous communities, but serve as a step in honoring the land we are on.

Please visit these links to learn more.

Duwamish Tribe
Muckleshoot Tribe
Puyallup Tribe
Snoqualmie Tribe
Stillaguamish Tribe
Suquamish Tribe
Tulalip Tribe

Real Rent Duwamish
Seattle University Indigenous People Institute

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