Education, Outreach Services & Resources
The Education and Outreach Department at SARC brings knowledge and resources about sexual violence to the Brazos Valley community. Our team coordinates a wide variety of outreach activities, awareness events, and presentations in the Brazos Valley. Explore our many community education offerings to see which might be most appropriate for your group.
To schedule a presentation, please call us at (979) 731-1000 or email us at .
Be Strong: From the Inside Out
Be Strong is an asset-based development program for young women that builds on concepts of womanhood, respect, and positive relationships as a strategy or health promotion and violence prevention.
Provides information on the definition of sexual harassment, the applicable laws in Texas, and an overview of prevention methods.
SARC Programs and Services
Open to anyone and gives an overview of SARC services. Training can be provided in English or Spanish.
Provides an overview of human trafficking and prevention materials. Training can be provided in English or Spanish.
Healthy or Unhealthy Relationships?
Discuss and understand the importance of healthy and unhealthy relationships.
Social Media and Sexuality
Discussion on social media and sexuality and how to stay safe online.
Consent on Campus
Help young people develop a fuller understanding of sexual consent within a relationship.
Counseling and Coping Skills
Clinical introductory training for anyone interested in developing basic crisis counseling skills and interventions specific to sexual violence.
*The Education and Outreach staff can also work with you to develop a custom workshop, training, or seminar.
1in6: If you’re a man who has experienced sexual abuse or assault, you’re not alone.
TAASA: The Texas Association Against Sexual Assault is committed to ending sexual violence in Texas through education, prevention, and advocacy.
RAINN: RAINN is the nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization.
Me Too Movement: The #me too movement supports survivors of sexual violence and their allies by connecting survivors to resources, offering community organizing resources, pursuing a ‘me too’ policy platform, and gathering sexual violence researchers and research."
Abused Boys: The Neglected Victims of Sexual Assault by Mic Hunter
The Power of Vulnerability: Teachings of Authenticity,Connection,and Courage (audio) by Brene Brown
OAK offers meditation, breathing, and sleeping guided exercises and more.
Headspace offers meditation, breathing, and sleeping guided exercises and more.
Pacifica offers daily tools for stress, anxiety, and depression alongside a supportive community. Based on cognitive behavioral therapy & mindfulness meditation..
Moodtrack offers a social diary, Mood Tracking Graph & Journal.
Meet the Survivors by RAINN: "You gotta believe that what happened to you wasn’t your fault. And then you can make that transition to being a survivor." View Keith's story
Meet the Survivors by RAINN: "I really just wanted somebody to listen and be like, “Hey, that’s not crazy that you feel that way. Like, that’s just part of healing and it’s going to be okay.” View Samentha's story.
Meet the Survivors by RAINN: "That kind of painful memory and something that your body has gone through–the more you hold it in, the more it poisons you. View Lucy's story.