This summer, SASS for Women of SDG&A will be hosting a FREE program for young women called “I am an Emotional Creature”. This is the second edition of this incredible program, after an extremely positive reception of the camp’s March run. If you have a passion for women’s issues, are tired of other people telling you what it… Read More
Beginning in June of 2015, SASS for Women will be facilitating a peer support group for female survivors of sexual assault and/or abuse. The group will meet first on June 1st and will continue to take place every Monday from 10:30 to 11:30 am at SASS for Women. For more information and to join the group, please contact… Read More
Starts June 11th, 2015….
As the old saying goes, to truly understand another person, you need to walk a mile in their shoes. We invite you to throw on a pair of heels and join us on May 30th, 2015 for Walk a Mile in Her Shoes, the “International Men’s March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault & Gender Violence”.… Read More
Lunafest is a film festival that works to simultaneous promote women filmmakers, raise awareness for women’s issues and supports non-profit organizations. This year’s festival includes 8 short films, directed and produced by women filmmakers from around the world. This season the film program will travel to over a 175 cities and screen in front of 25,000… Read More
This March Break, SASS for Women of SDG&A will be hosting a FREE program for young women called “I am an Emotional Creature”. If you have a passion for women’s issues, are tired of other people telling you what it means for you to be a girl, and are looking for a fun, meaningful way to spend your March Break,… Read More
Be on alert if contacts: Ask you a lot of personal questions like where you live, go to school or hangout. Never give an online contact details that will let them locate you offline! Offers you gifts or money (saying stuff like, “I can’t believe your parents won’t help you out, how about I send… Read More
Carry a whistle in your purse or around your neck, (anywhere that is easily accessible) in case of emergency, Always have your cell phone ready to use, Keep a hidden list of emergency numbers on your person at all times.
Your safety is the most important thing. Listed below are tips to help keep you safe. It is important to get help with your safety plan. If you would like help creating a safety plan, you can contact any shelter or rape crisis center. If you are in an abusive relationship, think about… Having important… Read More