New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault
The New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault is New York's strongest voice working to end sexual violence and all forms of oppression.
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Need help?

If you have been sexually assaulted, call the New York State Hotline for Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence.

1-800-942-6906

¿Necesita Ayuda?

Si usted ha sido víctima de un asalto sexual, llame a la Línea Directa de Asalto Sexual y Violencia Doméstica del Estado de Nueva York.

Get Help

NYSCASA’s member rape crisis programs provide free, confidential services.

Get Info

NYSCASA has a member library and a variety of free resources available.

Get Training

NYSCASA offers a variety of training on sexual assault intervention and prevention.

Support Us

Support NYSCASA’s efforts to address sexual violence and exploitation.

In Case You Missed It: “Doin’ It for the Culture” Webinar

  On June 2, 2022, NYSCASA hosted a webinar featuring Nestic Morris, Outreach Coordinator at the Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual...
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In Case You Missed It: “Doin’ It for the Culture” Webinar

Abortion Messaging Guides and Resources

As an organization that works on behalf of gender-based violence victims/survivors and those that serve them throughout New York State,...
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Abortion Messaging Guides and Resources

NYSCASA Statement on Potential Dismissal of Sexual Harassment Case Against Schenectady Detective

For Immediate Release: June 21, 2022 Contact: Chel Miller, Communications Director, NYSCASA, cmiller@nyscasa.org NYSCASA Statement on Potential Dismissal of Sexual...
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NYSCASA Statement on Potential Dismissal of Sexual Harassment Case Against Schenectady Detective

NYSCASA Statement on Decrim and End Demand Strategies

For Immediate Release: June 2, 2022 Contact: Chel Miller, Communications Director, cmiller@nyscasa.org and Max Micallef, Public Policy Director, mmicallef@nyscasa.org NYSCASA...
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NYSCASA Statement on Decrim and End Demand Strategies

NYSCASA Monthly Digest — June 2022

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NYSCASA Monthly Digest — June 2022

NYSCASA Honors Pride Month 2022

Every year in June, we honor Pride Month in solidarity with our LGBTQIA2S community members. Pride Month marks the anniversary...
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NYSCASA Honors Pride Month 2022

NYSCASA Statement on the Passage and Signing of the Adult Survivors Act (S66/A648)

For Immediate Release: May 25, 2022 Contact:  Chel Miller, Communications Director, cmiller@nyscasa.org; Max Micallef, Public Policy Director, mmicallef@nyscasa.org NYSCASA Statement...
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NYSCASA Statement on the Passage and Signing of the Adult Survivors Act (S66/A648)

NYSCASA Responds to the White Supremacist Attack in Buffalo, NY

For Immediate Release: May 18, 2022 Contact: Chel Miller, Communications Director, cmiller@nyscasa.org NYSCASA Responds to the White Supremacist Attack in...
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NYSCASA Responds to the White Supremacist Attack in Buffalo, NY

In Case You Missed It: Virtual Panel Discussion on Comprehensive Sexuality Education in New York State

On May 3, 2022, NYSCASA and Equality New York hosted a virtual panel discussion exploring how comprehensive sexuality education can...
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In Case You Missed It: Virtual Panel Discussion on Comprehensive Sexuality Education in New York State

NYSCASA Statement of Support for Federal and New York State Legislation to Strengthen Support for Nonprofits

For Immediate Release: May 9, 2022 Contact: Chel Miller, Communications Director (cmiller@nyscasa.org) or Max Micallef, Public Policy Director (mmicallef@nyscasa.org) NYSCASA...
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NYSCASA Statement of Support for Federal and New York State Legislation to Strengthen Support for Nonprofits

NYSCASA is not a 24-hour service provider and does not provide crisis services. For immediate help in New York, click here to find your local rape crisis program or call the New York State Hotline for Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence: 1-800-942-6906.