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We’re always developing new programs that speak to a broad array of survivors who find themselves at various points along their healing journeys. Our offerings are at no-cost to participants, and seek to activate survivors along their healing journeys, help provide pathways to leadership, and support individual and community transformation

Our Programs in the time of COVID-19

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are prioritizing the action of healing as the focus of our core curricula. The need for healing has become a key entrypoint to our suite of programs — particularly as survivors suffer trauma induced by isolation in unsafe home environments, where they are cut off from support and resources. We’ve shared a Toolkit for you to access the resources you need right now and we encourage you to use them. And soon we will be adding new opportunities to get information about our foundational healing curricula and other programs. Browse below and complete an interest form for the program that best suits your needs.

Survivor Leadership Training

A space to explore organizing and healing as a means to achieve community transformation for survivors of sexual violence.

Survivor Leadership Training

Community Healing Circles: Train the Trainer

Our community healing circles are a guide for how we walk together through the difficult, but necessary, cycle of transformation.

Community Healing Circles

Survivor Healing Program

An 8-week online series that is created for survivors, by survivors, with a focus on introducing tools and practices that help navigate crisis and trauma, and begin to rebuild a sense of safety, joy and purpose.

Survivor Healing Program

HBCU Task Force

The HBCU Task Force, made up of students, faculty and administration, engages survivors and their allies on campus in action-driven commitments that center upon survivors’ healing, safety, and support.

HBCU Task Force

College Program

Online courses for students and administration interested in creating safe campuses. These programs are designed for people of all backgrounds and life experiences.

College Program

Impact Report 2019

The very first ‘me too.’ impact report – a charting of our evolution from a movement that began with two words, to a viral hashtag, and now an international organization.

Impact Report 2019