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Sexual Violence Prevention & Education Program
1295 N. Martin Ave., PO Box 245209
Tucson, AZ 85724
Phone number: 602-542-7343
Mission statement: The mission of the Rape Prevention Education Program is to promote prevention of sexual coercion and violence by increasing the public’s knowledge about sexual coercion and violence and applying that knowledge through diverse prevention efforts. The site is designed to provide information about rape prevention and education programs in Arizona, share rape and sexual assault statistics, offer an overview of research materials for more than 30 rape-related topics, and provide information on books and films related to sexual violence and prevention. The links section provides Internet, or phone and email information for all state coalitions focusing on sexual assault and other links that provide information to the public. The Need Help Now? section provides basic information to help survivors of sexual violence and their family and friends in Arizona and across the U.S. access services.
Content last updated May 18, 2011.
Resources last updated May 18, 2011.
A federal government website managed by the Office on Women's Health in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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