Education & Training for Professionals

Trainings for Professionals

The SATC develops and conducts seminars/ trainings for professionals who work with sexual assault victims. These professionals include crisis workers, law enforcement personnel and medical personnel. Trainings are also provided to professionals who serve those who are at increased risk for sexual victimization, such as children, college students and those with developmental disabilities. Examples of those receiving these services include school counselors, college resident advisors and social workers.

Public Policy, Agency Collaboration, and Research

The SATC staff participates in activities, meetings, coalitions and task force groups to enhance the welfare of sexual assault victims and to address sexual assault prevention. Public policy activities include the identification of issues, implementation of guidelines or laws, and the evaluation of initiatives to affect the lives of sexual assault victims.

To find out more about SATC educational programs and to schedule services call: 535-7600