Learn More about Sexual Violence Primary Prevention in IndianaShadows of Innocence: Sexual Assault Among Indiana's Youth:
Make sure to check out the new documentary
by WFIU/WTIU Bloomington!Sexual Violence Prevention Policy Brief:
Check out the Sexual Violence Prevention Policy Brief
, created by the Center for Evaluation and Education Policy at Indiana University!
INCASA Special Recognition License Plate
Indiana Coalition Against Sexual Assault
55 Monument Circle, Suite 1224
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Toll Free: 800-691-2272
This license plate will generate funding to benefit programs throughout Indiana that provide services, care and treatment to victims of sex crimes. This plate can be ordered through myBMV.com, at license branches, and other customer service locations. You will receive the plate in the mail within 14 days.
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Indiana's Model Teen Dating Violence Educational Materials and Response Policies
Teen dating violence, including physical, emotional, and sexual abuse, affects approximately 1 in 4 youth. It can have serious and long-term effects on teens: emergency room visits, injuries, risky behaviors, and poor emotional health. Recognizing the need to prevent teen dating violence from occurring, the Indiana General Assemby passed SB 316, commonly referred to as Heather's Law. Signed into law in April 2010, it requires the Department of Education to design or identify model teen dating violence educational materials and response policies by July 1, 2011. Beginning March 30, 2011, the Department of Education will accept the submission of materials for review. The Sexual Violence Prevention Program at ISDH is working closely with the Department of Education to ensure schools and community programs has access to model curricula and policies. Click here
to learn more about the Educational Materials Guidelines and Admissions Process.
"Indiana's Commitment to Primary Prevention: A State Free of Sexual Violence~2010-2015"
After two years of intensive assessment and planning, the Indiana Sexual Violence Primary Prevention Council has completed the final draft of "Indiana's Commitment to Primary Prevention: A State Free of Sexual Violence~2010-2015", Indiana's first comprehensive sexual violence primary prevention plan. Click on the links below to read the different documents that make up the plan. For more information, please contact Katie Jones, Violence Prevention Program Director, at (317) 233-9156 or email@example.com
. IntroductionGoals, Outcome Statements, Strategies and Action Steps, and Logic ModelsGoal Rationale and Needs StatementsIndiana's Planning Process and Needs and Resources Assessment SummariesCenters for Disease Control and Prevention Framework and Etiology of Sexual ViolenceList of Appendices
"Indiana's Commitment to Primary Prevention: A State Free of Sexual Violence" Tools and Resources
On October 29, 2009, the Indiana State Department of Health presented the key recommendations developed for Indiana's first sexual violence primary prevention plan at a statewide, multidisciplinary summit. The summit took place at the Indianapolis Central Library's Clowes Auditorium. Over one hundred professionals and concerned community members attended to learn about prevention efforts in Indiana and how they could become involved.
Click here to access the presentations and resources given at the summit.
Sexual Violence Primary Prevention Program Information
Click here to learn about sexual violence primary prevention programs in Indiana.