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RSP and NSVRC Personal Assessment for Advocates Working with Victims of Sexual Violence

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July 2019
 

The work of responding to sexual assault and helping survivors rebuild their lives is done by advocates in an array of organizational structures throughout the US and its territories. The work can be taxing, and sometimes it is difficult to know if you are maximizing all of your strengths in service to sexual assault survivors. To that end, The National Resource Sharing Project (RSP) and the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) invite you to reflect on your skills, knowledge, values, agency support, and environment. Author/source: Resource Sharing Project and National Sexual Violence Resource Center.

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