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Local Programs To Assist Victims Of Sexual Assault On College Campuses

Programs for sexual assault survivors help them deal with trauma, and provide advocacy, support and options for safety.
Programs for sexual assault survivors help them deal with trauma, and provide advocacy, support and options for safety.
Programs for sexual assault survivors help them deal with trauma, and provide advocacy, support and options for safety.
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Programs for sexual assault survivors help them deal with trauma, and provide advocacy, support and options for safety.

Sexual assault on college campuses is a problem occurring across the nation, frequently making headlines. While universities are working to prevent sex crimes and shape fair policies to address reports of assaults, there are programs that work directly with survivors. 

These programs help victims deal with trauma, and provide advocacy, support and options for safety.

Here to talk about these programs are Executive Director of Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence, Katie Hanna; Vice President of Programming at Women Helping Women, Kendra Massey; and Chief Title IX Officer at XavierUniversity’'sTitle IX Office, Kate Lawson.

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