Today, the National Sexual Violence Resource Center commemorates 10 years of service to the sexual violence prevention field. To celebrate, NSVRC, which is located in Pennsylvania, is hosting an open house for the community to learn about resources and services available to the public.
NSVRC was established in 2000 as the nation’s first resource center devoted exclusively to sexual violence. For the past decade, the it has collaborated with sexual assault coalitions, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and several community-based and national-allied projects to prevent sexual violence.
“We have learned a lot in the past 10 years,” said NSVRC Director Karen Baker in a press release. “By working together and sharing our expertise, we can begin to reshape our communities into ones that are more safe, respectful, inclusive and honoring of each and every person.”
For the complete press release, click here.