The Center Holds Workshop for Men on Preventing Sexual Violence
It’s Relevant , December 19, 2014
It’s a workshop focused on engaging men in preventing sexual violence in their communities, and on Friday The Center for Sexual Assault Crisis Counseling and Education held its last one of the year.
This is the second year the Center has provided the statewide training, known as Where Do You Stand? CT. The special program was brought to The Center through a collaboration with the Connecticut Sexual Assault Crisis Services and California based organization Men of Strength.
Stamford-Based Organization on A Mission to Empower Sexual Assault Victims
The Hour , December 9, 2014
With an increase in the demand for services at the Center for Sexual Assault Crisis Counseling and Education, the organization is on a mission to provide added counseling, support and empowerment to victims.
On Tuesday, the organization released its annual report, which cites positive changes around the issue of sexual violence and a social movement shifting toward a healthier community.
UConn Seminars Address Sexual Assault on Campus
The Advocate and The Connecticut Post , October 17, 2014
Jessica Buchanan stood before a room of two dozen University of Connecticut freshmen and talked about sex and violence.
“Sexual violence doesn’t really have to do with the act of sex itself,” she said, and used the explanation she said she gives to younger people. “When I talk to middle school kids, how I explain it to them is that a bully doesn’t bully someone because they’re really hungry and they need money to buy a slice of pizza later. Sexual violence is a crime of power and control.”
Former Advertising Writer Finds True Calling with Stamford Crisis Center
Stamford Daily Voice , October 14, 2014
Jessica Buchanan realized quickly that working as a copy writer for an advertising agency was not her calling. A volunteer role with the Center for Sexual Assault Crisis Counseling and Education, based in Stamford, helped her find a new path.
Buchanan, a 24-year-old Norwalk resident, was recently promoted to Outreach and Prevention Coordinator for The Center…
Prevention Education Programs Available At No Cost to Local Schools
Darien News , October 14, 2014
The Center for Sexual Assault Crisis Counseling & Education offers a series of prevention education classes for the 2014-15 school year.
The center’s programs are designed to promote emotional health, as well as physical safety, according to a publicity release. They are suitable for children in kindergarten through 12th grade, as well as college students. The courses are free for public and private schools in lower Fairfield County, including those in New Canaan and Darien.