Campus Sexual Assault Resources

New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NYSCASA) is committed to eradicating sexual violence from New York State’s universities and campuses.

New York State Campus Consent Consortium

Starting in 2016, we launched the New York State Campus Consent Consortium (NYSCCC) to serve as collaborative network for statewide stakeholders. For more information on the NYSCCC, please click here.

The New York State Training and Technical Assistance Center

The New York State Center for Training and Technical Assistance was established through a joint partnership between the New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault (the Alliance) and the New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NYSCASA), which supports the efforts of Rape Crisis and Sexual Violence Programs (RCSVPs) to deliver quality sexual violence prevention and response services. The New York State Center for Training and Technical Assistance is funded by the New York State Department of Health through the Federal Preventative Health and Health Service Block Grant.

As the New York State Center for Training and Technical Assistance, the Alliance, and NYSCASA presently work with over 53 RCSVPs in New York State, increasing their capacity to implement effective evidence-based and trauma-informed primary prevention initiatives and direct services for survivors of sexual violence with a focus on the assistance and services provided to college campuses through the Enough is Enough program.

Click here to access resources on the New York State Training and Technical Assistance Center website.

Collegiate Sexual Assault Online Resource Guide

NYSCASA has also launched an online resource center for students, college administrators, and advocates. The resource center contains information on sexual assault statistics, best practices, New York State’s Enough is Enough law, as well as additional current information. Click here to view the Collegiate Sexual Assault Online Resource Center

 Get Help

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

1-800-942-6906

 Find Crisis Centers

Search our program directory to find a rape crisis center in your area.

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