Wednesday, September 3, 2014

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33rd Annual Conference Requests for Proposals


As we look forward to our next annual conference of 2015, please fill out your Request for Proposal by September 1st, 2014. Also, stay tuned for more updates as we establish conference workshops, schedules, and more details! For more information, please contact our Events Manager, Cecilia Perkins.

Although TAASA will no longer provide Nurse CNE’s,  we will continue to offer TCOLE credits, and continuing education for Social Work and LPC licenses. (more…)

New Talking Points for Surge of Unaccompanied Minors

The humanitarian crisis involving a surge of unaccompanied minors at the Texas-Mexico border is unprecedented.  Sexual assault service providers in Texas are prepared to work with local, state and national partners to ensure the needs of the children in crisis are appropriately and holistically addressed.

For more information, please contact Rose Luna, Director of Communications

Unaccompanied Minors-Talking Points-July 2014

Sexual Assault Advocates Write to President Obama

Sexual Assault Advocates Respond to President Obama About Humanitarian Crisis

Founded by Arte Sana (art heals) in 2004, ALAS has created original outreach materials, tracked the availability of victim services in Spanish across the nation, and has developed nationally endorsed position statements that advocate for the rights of Spanish-speaking victims of sexual violence.

ALAS and the undersigned signatories represent more than 155 anti-sexual violence advocates, organizations, and allies across the nation. We write in response to the humanitarian crisis that is occurring at the U.S.-Mexico border, including both the detention of immigrant children and any attempts to expedite the removal of these children. (more…)

(TAASA) introduces “Texas Safety University” in San Angelo


June 12, 2014

Contact:                 Rose Luna – TAASA Communications Program Director- 512-659-8065 –

Crystal Ward – Education Coordinator, Concho Valley Rape Crisis Center – 325-655-2000 

Texas Association Against Sexual Assault (TAASA) introduces “Texas Safety University” a smartphone app providing college students easy access to sexual assault resources

San Angelo, Texas – The Texas Association Against Sexual Assault (TAASA) along with the Angelo State University, and Concho Valley Rape Crisis Center proudly introduce “TX Safety U” a campus app instantly connecting college students, faculty and staff with sexual assault victim assistance on campus and in the community.  TX Safety U is a free app available on both iOS and Android platforms. The launch is timely as President Obama’s White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault recently released its report and recommendations on “The administrations spotlight on the issue of campus sexual assault is encouraging,” said Annette Burrhus-Clay, TAASA’s Executive Director. “Making support for rape victims more accessible is just common sense.” (more…)

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