E-booklet Limited License: Coping with Military Sexual Trauma: A Guide for Active Duty Service Members
E-booklet in digital file/pdf format: Limited License for smaller nonprofits
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E-booklet: 68 pages. This booklet was written by a military subject matter expert and consultant to DoD on the SAPR (Sexual Assault Prevention and Response) Program and reviewed by a national advisory council of professionals and survivors and a former DoD SAPRO Director. It includes information on healing from military sexual trauma, military and civilian reporting options, medical and criminal justice concerns, an overview of military and civilian justice systems, DoD SAPR policies, civilian resources and more.
Important note: All policy information is up-to-date as of 6.2021 and will be updated as new polices become effective. When SAPR program or policy changes occur, the newest e-booklet reflecting updates to DoDD 6495.01 or DoDI 6495.02 will be sent to anyone who has an active institutional license.
This comprehensive information booklet should be given to all victims of military sexual trauma and to those who work with military victims. It can also serve as a quick-reference guide and training accompaniment for victim advocates, SARCs and military leaders. Ensure this booklet is widely available on your base as a link for survivors and an educational resource for all Service members.
“The sexual assault booklet that you created for USAFA is incredible! This will be very powerful and helpful information for our victims, leaders and others. What is most exciting for me is that this resource will be right at people’s fingertips and they will be able to access it anytime.” --US Air Force Academy, SAPR Program
"This publication has been a tremendous resource for me to better understand the policies and current issues of sexual assault in the military." --Smita Satiani, Victim Advocate (formerly with Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network, RAINN)
"There are other resources out there on this topic, but none compare to this one. Plus, we really appreciate your customer service and custom printing on the covers. Keep up the great work. We need these resources!" ---Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) US Army
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