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PreventConnect Email Group
PreventConnect staff members manage the largest email-based discussion group focused on the prevention of sexual assault and domestic violence in the world. With over 1,100 subscribers and growing, the PreventConnect email group is a valuable resource for anyone seeking to advance their own prevention practice by connecting to other preventionists and learning from their experiences. As a moderated email group, Prevent-Connecct has established guidelines for its use.
There are two different ways to subscribe to PreventConnect’s email group, which is currently hosted at Yahoo! Groups:
- If you have a Yahoo account or wish to start one, visit http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Prevent-Connect
- If you do not want to use a Yahoo account, send an email to [email protected] from the address you wish to subscribe.
PreventConnect staff members distribute newsletters and web conference announcements via email several times a month. To receive these newsletters and announcements, click here to subscribe to our news and announcements distribution list.
Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Link (CSAP Link) is a diverse group of academic, research, education, public health, public policy, advocacy, treatment, and medical professionals whose work involves or relates to child sexual abuse and its prevention.
CSAP Link allows professionals to share news, information, research, articles, ideas, thoughts, and other professional material on issues and questions related to child sexual abuse. Together, we are creating a network to exchange information and a forum to discuss and develop ideas and new strategies to effectively prevent this epidemic and heartbreaking form of abuse.
CSAP Link is managed by the Child Molestation Research & Prevention Institute (CMRPI) and PreventConnect, a project of the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CALCASA). CALCASA’s participation is supported with funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The views and information provided on this listserv do not necessarily represent the official views of the U.S. government, CDC, CALCASA or CMRPI.
CSAP Link was initiated by the Child Molestation Research & Prevention Institute in May 2007.