Project Dream, Own, Tell (DOT) is a youth leadership-based sexual violence prevention program. The program engages youth from NYC’s underserved communities, including communities of color and LGBTQIA+ identities that are often not the recipients of traditional prevention programming. Project DOT envisions youth as impactful organizers and change makers, who are well-equipped with the knowledge needed to prevent sexual assault in their communities.
OutSmartNYC is a nightlife prevention program that works to prevent sexual violence and encourage healthy relationships in the nightlife industry through training, advocacy, community organizing and referrals to supportive services.
The Campus Program works alongside students, faculty, and staff at our partner institutions to address campus sexual violence. Guided by New York State’s ‘Enough is Enough’ education law 129b., the Campus Program offers workshops, trainings, and support to all students, faculty, and staff affiliated with our partner institutions.
The Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner Training Institute (SAFE-TI) trains healthcare professionals and staff of organizations aiming to improve their response to survivors of sexual violence. We aim to optimize hospital systems by providing technical assistance and advocating for their needs to bring awareness to state agencies and community partners who can respond and assist. Our goal is to train medical professionals and provide them with tools to ensure that survivors of sexual violence receive survivor centered, trauma informed and culturally competent community coordinated response.
The Training and Technical Assistance Center aims to provide survivor centered, trauma-informed, and culturally competent training for stakeholders in the public and private sector that work with and provide direct services to all survivors of sexual violence. Our hope is to provide stakeholders with the tools, resources and best practice models that reinforce collaborative work in efforts to enhance the experience of survivors.