|Sexual Harassment & Assault
2006 Service Academy Gender Relations Survey
The survey was administered by the Defense Manpower Data Center in March and April 2006 to assess the incidence of sexual assault and harassment and related issues at USMA, USNA and USAFA.
The Miles Foundation is a private, non-profit organization providing comprehensive services to victims of violence associated with the military; furnishing professional education and training to civilian community-based service providers and military personnel; conducting research; serving as a resource center for policymakers, advocates, journalists, scholars, researchers and students; and serving to ensure that public policy is well-informed and constructive.
Military Sexual Trauma Fact Sheet
Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN)
RAINN is the nation's largest anti-sexual assault organization that provides 24/7 support and resources to individuals impacted by sexual assault. RAINN is committed to ending sexual violence and helping victims of sexual assault through prevention and education, public policy and program services to sexual assault survivors.
The National Center for PTSD (NCPTSD)
Advances the clinical care and social welfare of U.S. Veterans through research, education and training on PTSD and stress-related disorders. This site is an educational resource on PTSD and traumatic stress, for veterans and also for mental health care providers, researchers and the general public.
United States Department of Defense Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR)
The SAPR office serves as the single point of accountability for Department of Defense (DoD) sexual assault policy. Their web site provides guidance and other information for victims of sexual assault, unit commanders, first responders, and those who wish to prevent or respond to this crime. Sections address confidentiality, reporting procedures, and other elements of DoD's sexual assault policy as well as training information, safety tips, resources and links to related web sites.
Women Organizing Women Veteran Advocacy (Vet WOW)
Providing advocacy, support and resources to the women survivors of military sexual trauma (MST).
Any veteran who was sexually traumatized while serving in the military is eligible to receive counseling regardless of gender or era of service. Medical services are available at your local VA Medical Center and can be accessed by contacting the Military Sexual Trauma Coordinator (or Women Veterans Program Manager). Assessment and referral for sexual trauma counseling are available all Vet Centers. On site counseling is available at selected Vet Centers across the country. Contact the VA Health Care Benefits hotline (877) 222-8387 or visit http://www1.va.gov to find the nearest VA Medical Center or Vet Center.
Veterans Health Initiative: Military Sexual Trauma (MST)
A 196 page course on MST with over 100 medical journal references.
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