COVID19 Emerging Response Resources

Since information and guidance continue to change and evolve, OAESV created this COVID-19 (coronavirus) resource page to share information relevant to providing sexual assault advocacy, working with funders, and getting support during this time.

OAESV is committed to finding answers to your questions and providing support.  Many of the resources shared here were developed by peer sexual assault or dual coalitions, or local programs in Ohio and may be adapted to your needs.

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Who We Help

The Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence serves as Ohio’s rape crisis coalition. State sexual assault coalitions serve as the main training and technical assistance provider for rape crisis centers on best practices in programming and administration, and they advocate on behalf of rape crisis centers and the survivors they serve in public policy advocacy efforts at the state and federal levels. State coalitions also lead statewide public awareness efforts, and support local rape crisis centers in engaging with diverse communities, survivors, and service providers in their service areas.

What We Do

At OAESV we provide many services, including training for advocates and preventionists, technical assistance for local programs, systems advocacy, public policy work and much more.

 

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Be the One to Stop Sexual Violence

Preventing sexual violence is possible. Be the One Ohio, an initiative of OAESV, is focused on preventing sexual violence and relationship violence among pre-teens and teens in Ohio. Visit icanbetheone.com to learn more.

Please help us help survivors and end sexual violence.

Blog

March 26, 2021
As I write this, we are in the middle of Black History Month 2021. By the time this is posted, Black History Month will have officially wrapped up. My hope is that I have reflected, participated, and supported events throughout the month and I hope the same for you. Yet something has been ...
March 18, 2021
Many of the technical assistance questions I receive share a common theme about getting a team back on track. This has been especially true in the midst of COVID-19, which forced several teams to cease in-person meetings. In addition to having to navigating the pandemic, there are many other ...
February 10, 2021
Sexual violence is the fault of the perpetrator. When we blame the victim, perpetrators aren't held accountable for their action, and ultimately, perpetrators are more likely to continue their destructive behaviors and acts of sexual violence. Sexual violence is never the victims’ fault, but ...
Escape