Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month -- in Tucson, it's TucSAAM! In an effort to inform the public and support survivors of sexual violence, local victim service agencies, advocacy groups, law enforcement agencies and legal rights organizations have come together to promote TucSAAM across Southern Arizona. Educational events, media outreach ...continue reading TucSAAM

Get Involved with SAATURN   Trainings SAATURN offers a variety of different trainings for law enforcement, service providers, schools, hospitals, religious organizations, and community agencies to increase knowledge and awareness surrounding the issue of human trafficking. Topics include: Educational overview of human trafficking Recognizing signs/indicators of human trafficking Crisis intervention for trafficking survivors ...and more! We ...continue reading Contact SAATURN

About SAATURN In October 2015, the Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime awarded the Enhanced Collaborative Model to Combat Human Trafficking to the Tucson Police Department (TPD) and CODAC Health, Recovery & Wellness to address human trafficking in Cochise, Pima and Santa Cruz Counties. This launched the beginning of the Southern Arizona Anti-Trafficking ...continue reading About SAATURN

Careers at SACASA Helping survivors of sexual assault is a very rewarding career. Paid Positions (see below) Volunteer & Intern Positions Current Open Paid Positions Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner -- Contract Position (Click on the link to be taken to the job description and to be able to apply within the CODAC Web site) What is ...continue reading Careers

Therapy Groups Participating in Therapy Groups can be very helpful for victims of sexual assault. Being alongside other survivors, you know that you truly are not alone. Here is a sample of some of our Therapy Groups. We often add groups based on interest from our clients. Call to get information about our current group ...continue reading Therapy Groups

Medical Forensic Exams Although you have the right to receive medical care at any Emergency Department that you choose, if you decide to have a Medical Forensic Exam in Pima County, you should have it done at our designated location: Designated Medical Forensic Exam Center: Tucson Medical Center (TMC) 5301 E. Grant Road If you ...continue reading Medical Forensic Exams

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, your health and safety are our top priority. CODAC and SACASA have implemented a plan to limit the spread of COVID-19. Please click here to find out how it may impact your services at SACASA. Support for Survivors of Sexual Assault, Rape and Harassment in Southern Arizona The Southern ...continue reading Home

About SACASA The Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault offers a full range of services to victims of sexual assault in Pima County and throughout Southern Arizona. We serve primary and secondary victims and survivors of recent and past sexual assault, and provide sexual assault education and awareness to the general community. The mission of ...continue reading About SACASA

Resources Survivor's Handbook The Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault (SACASA) produces a comprehensive Survivor Handbook that is provided during appointments. >> Click here to download the Survivor Handbook Links to Arizona Sexual Assault Websites Arizona Sexual Assault Network Arizona Attorney General State of Arizona Victim Services Sexual Violence Prevention & Education Program in Arizona ...continue reading Resources

Advocacy It's helpful to have someone by your side after a sexual assault. You will likely have many questions and may feel scared and helpless. SACASA's trained Advocates are here to help. Our Advocates help immediately following the assault. They can also help you as you continue along your path to healing. Advocates are available ...continue reading Advocacy