Other Prevention Education Programs

 SARCC PROGRAMS

Building Healthy Relationships

Call a Kab! A Realistic Approach to Bullying

It's On Us - Become An Active, Empowered Bystander

Relationships 2.0 - Social Media Safety

Safe Dates - Dating Abuse Prevention Curriculum

Community Programs

    If you would like more information on Programs and Trainings contact our Education Directors

Lebanon County Contact: Courtney Meyer at 1-717-270-6972 ext 351 or email   cmeyer@sarcclebanon.org

Schuylkill County Contact:  Clarissa Geary at 570-628-2965  ext 22 or email cgeary@sarccschuylkill.org

 

About Sexual Violence

Children
Child sexual abuse is an exploitation of power that takes away a child’s right to healthy and trusting relationships.
Teens
The experience that young people have with sexual violence can take on many forms including sexual harassment, pressure in dating relationships to engage in sexual behaviors, or pressure to send sexual pictures or texts.
Women
Sexual violence is a widespread social problem that affects women from all backgrounds (CDC, 2010; Fanflik, 2007).
Men
Nearly 24 percent of men experience some form of sexual violence in their lifetime (CDC, 2010).
LGBTQ
People who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) experience sexual violence at higher rates than people who identify as heterosexual.
Oppression & Sexual Violence
Sexual violence does not occur in isolation. Victims of sexual violence are affected by many forms of oppression, including racism, sexism, classism, heterosexism, ageism, ableism and others.
Sexual Offenders
There is no single “profile” or set of characteristics to describe people who commit sexual offenses.