State University of New York’s Sexual Assault and Violence Response Resources Are Now Free Online

The State University of New York announced that it is offering its Sexual Assault and Violence Response (SAVR) resources free online so that they may be accessed by any college or university or other organization that finds them useful. SUNY SAVR organizes resources by campus, from disclosure to counseling to law enforcement, and also includes a comprehensive list of community resources available to victims and survivors. Resources are tagged if they are 24/7, confidential, legal resources, offer the sexual assault forensic exam, or offer visa and immigration assistance.

Joseph Storch, associate counsel at the university and SAVR project coordinator, stated that “we developed SAVR with SUNY students in mind, but the information is relevant to all New Yorkers, in particular how it provides local and state-wide resources.”

SUNY also announced that it has translated many of the SAVR documents into more than 100 languages. It has also developed a visa and immigration resource specific to international and immigrant victims and survivors of violence.

All of the resources are available here.

Filed Under: Sexual Assault/Harassment


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