SCCADVASA Executive Director, Sara Barber, partnered with high school students from the Diversity Awareness Youth Literacy Organization (DAYLO) to pen a commentary on how restrictions on books and education censorship...View
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SCCADVASA works with 22 independently operated 501(c)(3) non-profit member organizations that provide confidential, direct services to survivors as well as prevention services and education.
Training & Events
SCCADVASA provides in-depth, interactive learning experiences on issues that impact victims/survivors and victim service provision. We also participate in events to advocate for and support survivors.
Domestic violence and sexual assault are public health issues that impact every individual across the world. By working together, we can create safer communities for all South Carolinians.
Latest news and updates
Throughout the year, SCCADVASA provides ongoing support and assistance to our member organizations and works to raise awareness on the issues of domestic violence and sexual assault. We also provide updates on important legislation and events that impact survivors. To keep you informed and amplify the work of our member organizations, we encourage you to read the latest news and updates below.
SCCADVASA works proactively to increase the awareness of how laws and policies impact the lives and healing of survivors of sexual and domestic violence. Our policy focus areas are determined by...View
The South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault serves as the collective voice promoting the prevention of domestic violence and sexual assault in South Carolina. The Monthly Digest...View