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什么是性侵犯? KCSARC 如何提供帮助?

01.05.22

性侵犯是指任何不需要的或非法的性接触或行为。

Supporter message: KCSARC CEO to retire in 2023

10.05.22

A message from Board President Marilyn Sherron: After an incredible 43 years leading KCSARC, CEO Mary Ellen Stone will be retiring, effective in the fall of 2023.

Empowering survivors to make medical decisions best for them

06.29.22

Centering on what helps empower survivors, and restores their well-being, sense of control and long-term recovery drives our medical advocacy work — and everything else we do at KCSARC.

Weighing in on SCOTUS decision

06.24.22

Our statement on U.S. Supreme Court decision on abortion

Aly Reisman guest speaker Drawing on Our Strength September 28
KCSARC welcomes Gold Medal Gymnast Aly Raisman at Drawing on Our Strength 2022

06.21.22

Aly Raisman is a leader both on and off the gymnastics floor. The former team captain of gold medal-winning Women’s Gymnastics teams uses her platform to normalize the conversation around mental health and advocate for the eradication of sexual abuse. She will keynote KCSARC’s Drawing on Our Strength fundraiser Sept. 28.

Self-care strategies for Mental Health Awareness Month

05.26.22

Sexual assault can take a tremendous toll on both physical and mental well-being. Here are some ways to manage stress and build resilience.

How to build safe spaces online

04.21.22

“If we don’t take the time to understand how devices and platforms work, we’re really doing a disservice to our kiddos.” – Jessica Cowles, KCSARC prevention services specialist

BE LOUD Breakfast 2022 preview

02.22.22

The 2022 BE LOUD Breakfast, a fundraiser for KCSARC, will leave you inspired and empowered. Here’s what you can expect.

DeAnn Yamamoto retiring from KCSARC

01.24.22

Deputy Executive Director DeAnn Yamamoto joined KCSARC 1984 and  pioneered services and programs that empower survivors and their families. Learn more about her many accomplishments, and the new team of leaders who will carry our programming forward.

Student protests a wake-up call

12.16.21

Young people are asking for two things: better response to and support for victims of sexual assault, and effective prevention education in their schools that stop interpersonal violence before it has a chance to happen. Adults, it’s time to listen up!

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