Everyone deserves to be safe in a relationship. It’s not your fault if someone, like a partner, chooses to use your identity (including gender and/or sexual orientation) against you. Queer people’s rights should not be debatable. Safe+Sound Somerset stands strongly...
Topic: Basic Information
Brochure – Non-fatal Strangulation and Smothering Response Team (NFSSRT)
Information about this free Safe+Sound service, which provides support to survivors 13+.
“Sexual Abuse Can Happen to Anyone”
Cartoon video for teens about reaching out to a sexual abuse helpline, featuring a male survivor. From Amaze.org
“But What About False Reports?”
Article from Safe+Sound Somerset staff including the low stats about false reports, and how believing survivors is important to ending sexual and domestic violence. "If our community’s initial response to someone revealing sexual violence is a concern about it being...
5 Red Flags and 5 Tips to Protect Your Child Online
Article about talking with children and protections to take about child sexual abuse online. From Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN)
Stalking and Sexual Violence – Infographic
Stats and information about how these 2 types of violence often connect. Produced by Stalking Prevention, Awareness and Resource Center (SPARC)
Information about Denim Day
Read about Denim Day, a campaign on a Wednesday in April in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. This article explains why Denim Day exists from a particular court case in Italy in 1992.
Educator Tools: Human Trafficking Awareness
Website with videos and community awareness toolkit by NJ Coalition Against Human Trafficking.
A Guide to Safety Planning for Survivors of Sexual Violence
Safe+Sound handout including safety considerations for technology, emotional safety, physical and medical safety, and safety at the workplace, school, and home. A safety plan is a personal plan you can make. You can also call or text the Safe+Sound helpline...
A Guide to Safety Planning for Survivors of Domestic Violence
Safe+Sound handout including safety considerations for technology, pregnancy, pets, the workplace, staying with someone who is harming, and leaving/after leaving. A safety plan is a personal plan you can make. You can also call or text the Safe+Sound helpline to...