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Understanding the Impact of SART Work: Why Assessment Matters

Research on successful Sexual Assault Response Teams (SARTs) demonstrates that the most effective teams incorporate at least some elements of evaluation and assessment of their…

SART Foundations: The Critical Role of the Agenda

For the final re-post of July: Agendas. They are one of my favorite topics and have come up so often in recent technical assistance. So,…

SART Foundations: Mission Statements, New or Revisited

I’ve had the opportunity to do a lot of mission building with teams recently, so maybe this re-post is for you! Through doing work with…

SART Foundations: Building the Framework of Growth and Improvement

This is a topic that I continue to hear frequently addressed! So, back from June 2017, let’s talk about moving beyond the monthly meeting! The…

Get Them to the Table: Creating Buy-In Through Finding a SART Champion

Hi folks! We here at SVJI@MNCASA have had quite a few technical assistance (TA) requests around some teaming basics. We’re so excited to connect, provide…

SARTs and Their Areas of Impact: Systems Procedures and Interagency Collaboration

The final areas of impact for this month are some of the more intangible/bigger ones. When we are talking about Sexual Assault Reponses Teams (SARTs)…

SARTs and Their Areas of Impact: Agency Policies

The next area of impact for this month is agency policies. When Sexual Assault Response Teams (SARTs) are working towards systems change, many see the…

SARTs and Their Areas of Impact: Individual Practices

When Sexual Assault Response Teams (SARTs) are thinking about where to start making improvements and changes that will positively impact the victim/survivor experience, many folks…

SARTs and Their Areas of Impact

Over the last three years, I have gotten a lot of questions from teams who are proposing a whole bunch of big projects and side…