Fact Sheets

Intended for community members and stakeholders, these short and informative resources provide an overview of concepts and offer resources for individuals interested in learning more:


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These resources are not intended to be widely disseminated by organizations other than NJCASA and member Sexual Violence Programs. Please contact if you would like to have us as a resource or table exhibitor at an upcoming event or conference.


Guided by emerging research in the field of sexual violence prevention and intervention, these resources are designed to inform best practices. They synthesize research and promising practice trends for practitioners in the anti-sexual violence movement. Please contact with questions or comments.

Curricula & Strategies

Addressing and preventing sexual violence in all its forms requires thoughtful strategies and intentional implementation. NJCASA has a number of initiatives focused on building meaningful collaboration.

GENDER AND VIOLENCE: How Media Shape Our Culture
Media Literacy is the ability to think critically about what we see every day and create alternatives to mass media. Media literacy skills teach people to identify and comment on negative sexualized mass media and understand the impact of such damaging messages. These materials and strategy are intended for use with young adults (typically 8th or 9th grade) to college-aged adults.

To request training in your community, contact a trained and passionate preventionist at a New Jersey Sexual Violence Program.  If you have additional questions or comments about strategy materials, contact

Growing A Safer Garden State

How do we build safer communities throughout New Jersey? NJCASA’s ‘Growing a Safer Garden State’ resources offer communities examples of the dynamics and causes of violence, activities for supporting nurturing environments, and ways to communicate as we create change:

Media Toolkit for Professionals

Media reporting on sexual violence is a critical piece in the puzzle of shifting public perceptions and cultural norms that allow violence to persist. Developed for media professionals and journalists in the field, NJCASA’s Media Toolkit explores language choices that will best inform readers about sexual violence and provides a contact list of local experts who can provide key insights.

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Please see our Laws & Legislation page for legislative updates on policy impacting survivors and communities in New Jersey.