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Statements issued by NAESV on policy and current events:

Survivors at the Center of Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April 1, 2021:

As April begins, and we gear up for Sexual Assault Awareness Month, we cannot help but reflect on the past year. Last April, rape crisis centers were quickly transitioning to virtual services while trying to meet the emergency needs of survivors and keep staff safe; while in person fundraisers and awareness events were being canceled in droves; and we were all reeling from the physical and social and emotional impact of the pandemic. At the same time, we continued wrestling as a nation with the dual pandemic of systemic racism. And then, in the fall, we voted in a historic presidential election with far-reaching consequences. As we continue to figure out the way forward together…

NAESV Applauds House Passage of Violence Against Women Act

March 17, 2021:

Today, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 1620, the bipartisan Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2021 (VAWA). National Alliance to End Sexual Assault President, Monika Johnson Hostler said:

“On behalf of the 56 state and territorial sexual assault coalitions and more than 1500 local programs who provide the frontline response to sexual assault in their communities every day, I want to express the immense gratitude of the National Alliance to End Sexual Violence (NAESV) to Chairwoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Chairman Jerrold Nadler, Representative Brian Fitzpatrick and all of the co-sponsors and supporters of H.R. 1620, the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women, as we…”

NAESV Celebrates American Rescue Plan Providing First COVID Relief Funding for Survivors of Sexual Assault

March 10, 2021:

Today, Congress passed the American Rescue Plan and sent this landmark legislation, so desperately needed, to President Biden’s desk for his signature. The American Rescue Plan sends a clear message to survivors of sexual assault: we hear you and you have our support. As many survivors struggle with severe trauma reactions due to the increased stress of the pandemic, rape crisis centers and culturally specific programs are struggling to meet those needs just as they are committed to finding innovative solutions. The National Alliance to End Sexual Violence (NAESV) celebrates this first relief funding targeted specifically to sexual assault programs and culturally specific services…

NAESV Applauds House Introduction of Violence Against Women Act

March 9, 2021:

Each reauthorization of VAWA gives us the opportunity to evolve our national response to gender-based violence. The Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2021 introduced by Representatives Jackson Lee, Nadler and Fitzpatrick meets that challenge. The legislation includes investments in the nation’s flagship sexual assault survivor services and prevention programs, the Sexual Assault Services Program and Rape Prevention & Education Program, prioritizes services and responses to vulnerable survivors and communities, and ensures the involvement of state sexual assault coalitions in prevention work. The national network of state and local advocates wholeheartedly supports this legislation and urges its swift passage in both the House and Senate…

The VOCA Fix to Sustain the Crime Victims Fund Act of 2021 Introduced in Congress

March 4, 2021:

The situation is dire! Federal grants to victim services through the Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) decreased by 35% last year on top of a 25% decrease the previous year, and further drastic cuts are expected, because the non-taxpayer-funded pool of funding VOCA grants are pulled from is running dry. Congress can fix this by ensuring federal financial penalties from deferred prosecution and non-prosecution agreements are treated the same way as penalties resulting from criminal convictions – that they go to serve and compensate crime victims…

HHS Special Advisor on Sexual Violence

January 15, 2021:

We are 19 national organizations who are leaders on the issues of sexual and domestic violence both in terms of addressing the needs of survivors and in working in our communities to prevent future violence. We urge you to create a new position at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) in the Office of the Secretary, to serve as a Special Advisor on Sexual Violence, within the first 100 days of your administration. This position is critical to provide leadership and collaboration within HHS and across other agencies and the White House on the issue of sexual violence. The Special Advisor on Sexual Violence will ensure…

Dear Biden-Harris Administration Transition Team

December 17, 2020:

The National Alliance to End Sexual Violence (NAESV) is the voice in Washington, DC for the 56 state and territorial sexual assault coalitions and over 1500 local programs working to end sexual violence and support survivors. The local programs we serve see the widespread and devastating consequences of sexual violence for survivors every day. We, along with the 47 undersigned state and territorial sexual assault and dual coalitions, urge you to create a new position at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) in the Office of the Secretary…

Letter to Congress on VOCA Deposits Crisis in Omnibus

December 4, 2020:

We, the undersigned organizations representing thousands of victim service providers, prosecutors, and state VOCA administration and compensation agencies, as well as millions of survivors of crime, urge you to include in the year-end Fiscal Year 2021 omnibus spending bill the updates to the Victims of  Crime Act (VOCA) that are needed to stabilize the Crime Victims Fund (CVF or the Fund). This is the only way to prevent ongoing, catastrophic cuts to programs that provide services and direct funding to victims… 

Centering the Needs of Survivors in the New Administration

November 10, 2020:

The National Alliance to End Sexual Violence is eager to engage with the Biden-Harris Administration to continue our collective work to meet the needs of sexual assault survivors and prevent sexual violence in our communities. We also believe it is important to take note of this historic moment of electing Senator Kamala Harris, the first woman and the first Black and South Asian American person, as Vice President…

Victims of Crime Act (“VOCA”) Release

October 19, 2020:

Dear Speaker Pelosi, Majority Leader McConnell, Minority Leader McCarthy, Minority Leader Schumer, Chairman Nadler, Ranking Member Jordan, Chairman Graham, and Ranking Member Feinstein:

We, the undersigned organizations representing thousands of victim service providers, prosecutors, and state VOCA administration and compensation agencies, as well as millions of survivors of crime, call on Congress to take immediate action to prevent expected catastrophic cuts to Victims of Crime Act (“VOCA”) grants…

NAESV Raises Serious Concerns About the Confirmation of Supreme Court Nominee Amy Coney Barrett

October 2, 2020:

The National Alliance to End Sexual Violence (NAESV) is the voice in Washington for the 56 state and territorial sexual assault coalitions and 1500 local sexual assault programs working every day in their communities to support victims and to end sexual violence…

Administrative Priorities for Addressing the Needs of Sexual Assault Survivors September 2020

September 2020:

Top Priorities for the first 100 days: Expand the Rape Prevention & Education Program and support the leadership of state and territorial sexual assault coalitions…

We Condemn Racist Violence & Acknowledge the Profound Toll of Racism

June 1, 2020:

We denounce the killing of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd, and the countless acts of racist violence and hate perpetrated against black people in our country every day, including by the police…

Responding to COVID-19: Sexual Assault Programs & Survivor Needs

May 26, 2020:

Request: Provide $100 million in emergency Sexual Assault Services Funding (SASP) in the Office on Violence Against Women, Department of Justice…

Statement in Support of Survivors

May 1, 2020:

We support all survivors. As long-time advocates with a great deal of collective expertise, we actively support those impacted by sexual violence. We will continue to advocate passionately for the services and policies survivors need to heal and thrive…

NAESV Statement on At-Home Rape Kits

August 30, 2019:

The National Alliance to End Sexual Violence opposes the use of at-home rape kits and is greatly concerned about marketing them to the general public…


November 16, 2018

“Today, the Department of Education issued a new proposed rule rolling back Title IX protections for survivors of sexual violence in schools and on campus, severely narrowing the definition of sexual harassment…”

NFT Statement on the US Supreme Court Nomination of Brett Kavanaugh 

October 4, 2018

A letter to U.S. Senators from the National Task Force to End Sexual and Domestic Violence.

“The nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the US Supreme Court threatens women’s reproductive rights and access to healthcare for all Americans. The Supreme Court is the ultimate arbiter of our most cherished rights, and it is no place for someone so far outside of the mainstream who will roll back the clock on hard-won freedoms”

Statement Condemning Contemptible Behavior of National Leadership Toward Kavanaugh Accusers

October 3, 2018

“We are appalled and outraged that the Senate Judiciary Committee leadership has released a statement about comments of a sexual nature allegedly made by Julie Swetnick. Such a statement is unacceptable in all events, but particularly because it attempts to smear someone who has not had the opportunity to be interviewed by the FBI. The release of this statement violates the intent of the Rape Shield Rule drafted by the Senate Judiciary Committee in 1991 and voted into law by Congress in the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) of 1994”.

NAESV Written Testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee Related to the Kavanaugh Nomination

September 26, 2018

“Our hope was that the treatment of sexual assault victims would have improved in the 27 years since Anita Hill gave testimony during Justice Thomas’s confirmation hearings. So far we have been disappointed.Proper and supportive treatment of sexual assault victims encourages increased reporting and can reduce trauma for victims. Rape is the most underreported crime in the United States. This is not the fault of rape victims. This is the fault of our society.”