The Resource Sharing Project is part of a national movement of sexual violence-related services and resources. Work to end sexual violence and support survivors happens at the local, state and national level in the U.S.
Our rural spaces are filled with diversity and this diversity gives vibrancy and opportunity to our rural communities. It also brings new challenges for dual/multi-service advocacy agencies trying to provide services to an ever-growing range of sexual violence survivors. Part of our rural diversity... more
This guide is intended for rural supervisors and directors at agencies that serve sexual assault survivors searching for concrete information on how to provide effective supervision to the advocates and staff they employ. Rural advocacy agencies typically serve large areas with very few staff... more