Sexual violence has plagued society for centuries.
Currently, the #MeToo movement and other sexual assault cases, has shifted the culture to shed more light. It is critical to understand how to engage and act to change the culture to prevent sexual violence. We recognize that many faith-based organizations desire to help those needing support, but may need more tools to serve and support around the issue of sexual assault.
Understanding sexual violence prevention requires everyone. Faith-based communities should be prepared to TEAL (Think. Educate. Act. Listen) in support of preventing and responding to sexual assault.
All Faith-Based members and groups are invited to attend the TEAL Summit. The summit will provide Faith-Based communities with tools on prevention, response, resources and how to foster partnerships with local rape crisis centers and other experts in the field to help to cultivate a community of safety and accountability.