We proactively address the epidemic of traumatic sexual harassment impacting our nation’s students.
By combining our resources and capacity, we are reaching more people, building more healthy relationships and saving more lives.
CVTC is a model for other health care institutions in the United States and around the world in the respectful treatment of survivors of family and intimate partner violence, sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse, and other forms of violence and crime.
Founded in 1972 by the Pittsburgh Chapter of the National Organization of Women (NOW) in response to a series of rapes, this group of lawyers, health professionals, and activists believed victims of sexual assault should have expert assistance directly following the commission of the crime. The truth is, if childhood sexual abuse can be prevented, it can be stopped.
We invite worldwide rape crisis centers and other organizations, which provide assistance and support to rape victims and survivors, to send us their information and links to their sites so that we can post it here.
Hope Line is a program that connects survivors of domestic violence to vital resources, funds organizations nationwide and protects the environment.
campaign works with a number of advocacy, policy, and healing based organizations to ensure our commitment to put an end to rape.