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Latest News| Apr 19, 2018

Google Partners with RAINN on Me Too Rising

RAINN is once again partnering with Google to ensure that survivors of sexual violence get the support they need and deserve through the National Sexual Assault Hotline and rainn.org.

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Aug 06, 2018

Cultivating Safety on Campus This Fall

More than 17 million college students in the United States will head to campus this fall. It is an exciting time, but many students and their parents may be thinking about how to stay safe. Here are some strategies students can use to help reduce their risk for many types of crimes on campus, including sexual violence.

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Aug 06, 2018

RAINN Supports Bipartisan Bill to Expand Access to Medical Services for Survivors

RAINN has worked closely with congressional leaders to inform the Survivors’ Access to Supportive Care Act (SASCA) and will continue to support efforts to pass the bill and similar measures.

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Jul 09, 2018

Looking for Ways to Help Survivors? Become a Volunteer Fundraiser

Those looking to support critical sexual assault prevention and response programs can join a network of volunteer supporters from across the country who are passionate about helping survivors of sexual violence.

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Latest News | July 14, 2015
Tornado Drills? Fire Drills? Why Aren’t We Also Teaching Kids about Sex Abuse?

Congress, RAINN, and one very determined advocate think it’s about time

Latest News | July 14, 2015
RAINN Partners with Teen Drama East Los High

Third season now streaming on Hulu Plus

Latest News | June 18, 2015
Survivor Spotlight: LGBTQ Awareness

KiloMarie shares how she was inspired to help others within her own community.

Latest News | June 18, 2015
Senate Budget Writers Renew Call to Action on Rape Kit Backlog

Senate Appropriations Committee earmarks $166 million to address rape kit backlog.

Latest News | June 12, 2015
As Seen on Dateline: Talking to Your Kids about Sexual Assault

Sexual assault can be a difficult subject to talk about, especially between parents and their kids. The good news is that conversations about sexual assault can be a part of the safety conversations you’re already having.

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