As a national and state organization, ValorUS (VALOR)  leads with prevention because it is the only way to ensure we are working toward eradicating sexual violence. VALOR has recently received almost $2 million in federal and state funds to support VALOR’s work to build sexual and domestic prevention capacity of local, state, and territorial organizations. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) awarded VALOR  with a $1,035,000, three-year cooperative agreement to operate PreventConnect,  an E-Learning collaborative for Sexual Violence and Intimate Partner Violence Prevention. The California Department of Public Health also awarded VALOR with a $900,000 three-year grant for California’s Sexual Violence Primary Prevention Technical Assistance and Training Project.

See the press release here.