TAKE BACK THE NIGHT
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month
To honor survivors, we are hosting this event for survivors and their supporters to speak out against sexual violence.
Join us in showing solidarity by watching our virtual Take Back the Night event featuring local community members sharing poems, narratives, and their stories on our Facebook page.
SUPPORT FOR SURVIVORS
Our community is here for you. Immediately following this event, we are hosting two live survivor solidarity wrap-up sessions. Survivors and their supports are welcome to join these wrap-up sessions to discuss how they're feeling, ask questions, get help, and get support from our staff as well as their peers.
SOLIDARITY SESSION WRAP-UPS
We welcome anyone to join our live video chat session through Zoom to get support.
The video chat is moderated by NDC staff and is a safe space for all survivors.
To join our video chat session, please use the password below.
Meeting ID: 868 0302 4333
Anyone is welcome to join our anonymous chatroom wrap-up session to get support.
The chatroom is moderated by NDC staff and is a safe space for all survivors.
Our chatroom is affiliated with RAINN. An account is not needed.
Please click the "Go Chat" button on the site linked below to join.
SHARE YOUR STORY
We encourage survivors to anonymously tell their story through our new Survivor Stories program. This program is open for submissions from survivors speaking out about their experiences with sexual violence, domestic violence, human trafficking, and stalking.
We will collect submissions and will be releasing a zine from the stories submitted.
TAKE BACK THE NIGHT
Thank you for helping us
Thank you to our partners at The ARROW Project and the Valley Children's Advocacy Center for participating in this event.
Thank you to those working on the front lines and essential workers during this time. Your hard work and dedication helps us give survivors the support they need during COVID-19.
Thank you to the friends and family members of survivors that are no longer with us.
Thank you to survivors, for the strength and bravery.
Thank you for being here.