Together, we are

building a community of support, so no survivor has to stand alone.

Our Impact

Our resources are dedicated to supporting survivor’s personal empowerment through shared experiences. We work passionately to end victim blaming and the stigma that surrounds sexual violence.

“I am forever thankful to have you in my life. You have given me strength and courage to find hope within tough moments. You are one of the main reasons I want to make a difference in this world and share my story. S.T.A.N.D. ASA changes people’s lives for the better.”

-Service User

What We Do

STAND ASA envisions a world free from victim shaming in which survivors can raise their voices and unite. A world where there is no stigma attached to sexual assault. 
Our 3 Overarching Goals:
  • Preventing sexual assault through education and community awareness.
  • Providing peer support to survivors of sexual assault.
  • Promoting physical, mental and emotional well-being through holistic healing practices..

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We offer free, confidential, and anonymous support. 

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We Support Survivors

We provide support for survivors by survivors who have experienced
sexual violence.  Anonymity and supportive relationships are the foundation of the peer work we do. No guilt, no blame and no shame.

We Passionately
Educate

We prevent sexual violence through the enrichment of awareness and
education by providing information sessions and workshops on topics
surrounding all aspects of sexual violence.

We
Nourish Healing

The path to wellness is not one-size-fits-all. The journey is unique and different for each individual. We provide a variety of holistic healing workshops that promote physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being.

We
Inspire Change

STAND ASA aims to create a safer, fairer and more just society. We passionately advocate to create positive change in our community.

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CHANGE STARTS WITH US

Together, we can end victim blaming and the stigma that surrounds sexual violence.