MSCASA provides Education, Training, Public Awareness, Information Referrals and Requests, Resource Library and Speakers' Bureau for the state, community and member programs.
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Empowering Voices for Victims
Empowering Voices for Victims is a statewide sexual assault training provided by MCASA to educate individuals across the state on sexual assault issues.
S.A.R.T. (Sexual Assault Response Team)
SART team members typically include the SANE, police or sheriff, detective, prosecutor, rape crisis center advocate or counselor, and emergency department medical personnel.
S.A.N.E. - Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner
A S.A.N.E. is a registered nurse with at least forty hours of specialized training.
Pediatric S.A.N.E. is a pediatric registered nurse with 40 hours of specialized training in addition to the 40 hours adult course.
Youth Public Awareness Campaign
Respect: Your Key To The Future
A curriculum developed in conjunction with the Mississippi Coalition Against Domestic Violence targeting fifth and sixth grade students.
Elder Sexual Assault
A training program for home health workers, nursing home employees and others in contact with the elderly population to help them identify and respond to signs of abuse and assault.
Male Sexual Assault
A look at the myths and realities of male sexual assault, and a discussion of issues facing male survivors.
MCASA offers a variety of ways that you can volunteer your time and help. Fill out and mail us your information so we can best utilize your time.
MS Rural Education and Prevention Task Force
The purpose of this project is to address the lack of available resources needed to assist Mississippi’s nine (9) sexual assault programs in developing and/or expanding current efforts to provide adequate services to victims of sexual assault, dating violence and stalking in the rural communities.
Campus Technical Assistance Grant
We provide comprehensive training on developing and implementing campus policies, protocols, and training programs for hearing officers and disciplinary boards to ensure more effective responses to the crimes of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking on campus.
Recognizing the Signs of Bullying
The religious community provides a safe haven for women and families in need. In addition, it exhorts society to share compassion and comfort with those afflicted by the tragedy of domestic or sexual violence.
MS Coalition Against Sexual Assault provides training on Technology and Sexual Assault for a variety of audiences.
You may be interested in donating to the efforts of MSCASA to continue to provide education, outreach, and resources to the local communities in Mississippi. Proceeds will benefit efforts to end sexual violence statewide; to advocate for the rights and needs of all victims of sexual violence; and support the efforts of the nine rape crisis centers in Mississippi. Allow MSCASA to focus on training and education, while the local programs can focus on direct service provision. Thank you for your consideration, once you have submitted a donation, you will receive a confirmation letter with the tax deductible information.