Our Native-focused, 40-Hour Sexual Assault Advocacy Curriculum was created by Native women experts in the field. It is designed for Tribal communities, and non-Native service providers working with and for Native people who have been impacted by sexual violence.
The goal of this Native-focused curriculum is to provide new and seasoned advocates with knowledge and skills they need to provide culturally responsive, survivor-centered advocacy for victims/survivors of sexual violence.
This curriculum meets the requirements of the State of Minnesota, Statute 595.02 to ensure communication between advocates and victims of sexual assault is considered privileged information.
This curriculum may also be used for Tribal advocates in states other than Minnesota
Our Free Training Includes:
Fundamentals of Sexual Assault Advocacy
Sexual Violence in Indian Country
Sex Offenders-What Advocates Need to Know
Core Skills of Advocacy
Social Change Advocacy
SARTS-Sexual Assault Response Teams
Advocacy Self Care and Burnout
Law Enforcement Response
Prosecution of Sexual Assault
Mental Health- Basic Info for Advocates
Sexual Assault Victimization
Impact of Sexual Assault
Advocacy for LGBTQ/Two Spirit
Adolescent and Child Sexual Abuse
Prostitution and Trafficking
Sexual Assault by Self-Proclaimed Spiritual Leaders