Sexual Assault Awareness Month

I believe you

Your Voice Has Power

Whether you are an advocate or a survivor of interpersonal violence, April is dedicated to spreading awareness and support.

Every 73 seconds, an American is sexually assaulted.

Events

#30DaysOfsaam

United Together

Join in solidarity with advocates, survivors, and supporters by raising awareness though the #30DaysOfSAAM Instagram challenge by sharing daily prompts of awareness and education.

#Nomore

Take Action

Stand united and join The NO MORE Project by calling out harmful attitudes and challenging victim blaming myth by saying NO MORE. Take a picture with your NO MORE sign to help challenge victim- blaming.

April 27,2021

Supporting Survivors Workshop

Join this webinar supporting survivors who have experienced heightened challenges during the pandemic due to limited access to community support.

April 28, 2021

My Jeans, Our Stand

Wear denim as a symbol of believing survivors and using #DenimDay by asserting that consent has nothing to do with your clothing.

Resources

Call 800.656.HOPE(4673)

RAINN

The nation’s largest anti- sexual violence organization dedicated to preventing sexual violence, helping survivors, and improving organizations sexual assault and prevention response programs.

#BEWellDOWELL

UF GatorWell

Spread awareness about interpersonal violence through engagement with the GatorWell Instagram page. Learn more about sexual violence and share resources with your community.

CALL 352.264.6760

Alachua County

Providing services to survivors of interpersonal violence or sexual violence, Alachua County’s 24 hour sexual assault helpline is available at 352-264-6760.

CAll 352.622.8495

Ocala S.A.C.

Providing services such as therapists, victim advocacy and 24/7 exams, the Ocala Sexual Assault Center is viewed as a safe- haven for those in need.