One fast food dinner OR a phone call to the 24 hour crisis line that gets a sexual assault victim the immediate resources, referrals for counseling, and medical care that they need.
Three drinks on a Friday night OR provide life-saving teen dating violence prevention & awareness education to a high school student through MESA’s education program.
One movie ticket with popcorn & soda OR a community presentation which empowers a parent to recognize the warning signs of abuse so they can get their child the help that they need.
Half day on the ski slopes OR the training a MESA advocate needs in order to escort a survivor to the hospital or what would be the worst night of their life; offering support and guidance during medical exams and police reports.
Provides group therapy for a survivor of sexual assault—processing this healing in a group setting allows survivors to know they are not alone.
Provides food for the volunteer advocates so that their training is comfortable and they are able to focus on learning best practices in providing Trauma Informed Services to Survivors of Sexual Assault.
Supports Men Standing Up’s initiative to support Men in the movement by providing training to teachers who will engage with young men on learning what healthy masculinity is in our culture.