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Our Address

NCCASA
811 Spring Forest Rd., Suite 900
Raleigh, NC 27609

What we do

What we do Education
The staff at NCCASA believes that education is one of the essential components to preventing sexual violence...  Read More>>> 


                       
What we do Advocacy
NCCASA advocates for the rights of survivors of sexual violence and for those individuals and organizations that assist survivors...  Read More>>> 



What we doLegislation
NCCASA believes that working with our elected representatives will enable us to enfluence the creation of new...  Read More>>>

Our Organization

The North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault is an inclusive, statewide alliance working to end sexual violence through education, advocacy, and legislation:

  • NCCASA Working for You on a Local Level
  • NCCASA Working for You on a State and National Level
  • We are striving to make our services accessible to all people

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State Employee? Donate to NCCASA - SECC 1709

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Why You Should Become A Member

  • Weekly Membership Mailings
  • Quarterly NCCASA Network newsletter
  • Access to and check-out privileges for the NCCASA Resource Library
  • Access to the information, resources, and materials obtained or produced by NCCASA
  • Workshops and trainings sponsored and coordinated by NCCASA
  • Reduced fees for the NCCASA statewide conference
  • Sexual Assault Awareness Month packet
  • Opportunities to network and to be involved in the growth and development of NCCASA
  • Discounts on NCCASA publications and brochures

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 The North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NCCASA) and Reaching Your Goals, Incorporated (RYGINC)  are pleased to announce the 2013

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED!

Young Advocates Institute

 
This project houses, trains and brings together 200 teens, ages 13-17, from across North Carolina for a weekend of prevention education, leadership development, and skill building seminars. Hosted at North Carolina Central University, July12-14, 2013, the Young Advocates Institute strives to give youth leaders the knowledge, confidence, and skill-sets to be leaders in their communities.
 
The only cost to attendees for 2.5 nights of suite-style lodging, meals, snacks, and wellness activities is a commitment fee
of $25 per person. This fee is enacted only to ensure accurate estimates in planning and for vendors responsible for
logistics. Financial assistance is available for those in need as NCCASA and RYGINC do not want money to be a barrier
for participation. If your child or group needs financial assistance, please contact NCCASA after submitting the
registration forms.

Registration is now CLOSED.

 

Please download the four (4) required forms here .

 

 
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