In today’s webconference, we walked through the highlights of the recently released Primary Prevention Capacity Assessment Report.
In March 2012, CALCASA, along with our partners at the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), conducted an assessment of sexual violence primary prevention capacity in California by surveying both Executive Directors and Prevention Coordinators of rape crisis centers in California funded by CDPH’s Rape Prevention Education (RPE) program. Strengthening primary prevention efforts is integral to our movement’s larger vision of ending sexual violence.
To view the slides from today’s webconference, click here!
To view the text chat from today’s webconference, click here!
Recording coming soon… stay tuned!