Help eliminate “Unbelievable”- like experiences for survivors of sexual assault and crimes! Unbelievable (Netflix series, 2019), is an unfortunately and sickening reflection of how a combination of societal and individual bias, prejudice and insensitivity affects the system and community that is meant to protect survivors. The series reminds us to put survivors first and shows […]
Trigger Warning: Content may contain parts that can trigger trauma response or could be inappropriate for younger audiences This year, we missed participating in United Nations 16 Days of Activism campaign – a global call to speak up and condemn violence against women as the most pervasive breach of human rights worldwide. The campaign runs […]
In the COVID world, it is even important to talk about depression, mental health and suicide. September is the National Suicide Prevention Month, so we put together this handy resource list (including apps, hashtags to follow, websites and hotlines). Do save and share. Also available on our resources page (coming soon) CALL/ TEXT National Suicide […]
It has a been a busy couple of months for Raksha advocates and therapists, who have been attending conventions, workshops or representing Raksha’s work in a personal or professional capacity at webinars and events. To name a few: National CAPACD 2020 Convention Georgia Family Violence Conference 2020 National Virtual Sexual Assault Conference We also participated […]
Announcing our third annual and first virtual art show – coming soon in October 2020! Know any artists, art collectors, art lovers, curators who’d be interested? This year, our annual art show will find a wider reach and audience as we are going all virtual! The theme is ‘Art of Resilience’. Do visit […]
We are looking for a full time Advocate/Case Manager to join our team. More details on the Jobs & Internships page.