On a brighter note, we are in the planning stages of creating an online, one-day conference this fall. We will be announcing more details in the very near future. We are excited about providing this opportunity and much like our original plans for the in-person conference, we will not be providing the typical online training experience. We are continuing to be creative and innovative in our presentations and interactive features to provide you with an excellent and impactful learning opportunity.
In essence, you are now getting TWO amazing and powerful conferences! We WILL still be providing our original in-person conference next year as planned as well as an interactive and powerful online conference this year! Stay tuned for more information and registration announcements coming soon!
Please be advised, the Arkansas Commission on Child Abuse, Rape and Domestic Violence Hospital Protocol Conference that was scheduled in conjunction with ours has been postponed as well.
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ACASA believes that anyone can be a victim of sexual assault, and that all of us have a role in making sexual violence in any form unacceptable in our communities. We are dedicated to bringing about change in our institutions, laws, policies, attitudes and beliefs that will allow individuals to live their lives free from the threat of sexual violence. Coalition is key in implementing change. Join us.
Sexual Assault Awareness Month 2019. Consent is about more than just asking — it is about listening to and accepting the answer without pressuring someone to change their mind.
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How to Help
You can get involved in a myriad of ways. Every person can work to prevent sexual violence by promoting healthy and positive relationships that are based on respect, safety, and equality. Use social media to promote healthy behaviors in relationships. Donate your time and/or money.