@auburn_wa @AuburnWAPolice We loved being part of this podcast! Thank you to Mayor Backus for making space for such an important conversation!
Every open sexual assault case involves a victim waiting to move on with their lives. King County currently has 500.
Appropriate this @SJGTimes story is front-page news in @SeattleTimes.
KCSARC's 24-hour Resource Line is always available with free, confidential support for survivors, our community, and anyone who needs a safe place to talk. 888.99.VOICE. https://t.co/ErrQqT96CF
Survivors of sexual assault or child sexual abuse and their families can have a more hopeful future, with support. Learn more about how
During #SAAM, our prevention educators reminded us that young people need a parent or caregiver as an ally as they navigate the waters of online safety, just as they do for everything else. Some things you need to know to help reduce risks https://t.co/3xmIW0EnnC
Thank you to everyone who donated to us for #GiveBIG! We are so grateful for your support and excited to announce we reached our goal - and are still counting! If you missed our GiveBIG fundraiser and still want to donate, there's still time. https://t.co/Fqzhg05xg6 https://t.co/pDNaFrr2Ns
It’s the last day of #GiveBIG! You have until midnight to make a donation and help us reach our goal! Thank you to everyone who has donated so far, we could not do our work without supporters like you. https://t.co/79JoOxXT7F https://t.co/VlSq6EMbvu
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Entrevista con King County Sexual Assault Resource Center
KCSARC’s Director of Clinical Services Agustina Eiff talks with Spanish-language M Radio Live about what it takes to end sexual violence.