Our organization is committed to creating and curating evidence based curriculum and consent education. In these education sessions we focus on consent, as well as prevention, intervention, and response techniques. We hope to inspire positive change and build safer communities. The Army of Survivors is proud to offer education sessions, panels, and lectures.
- Grades K-5: Good Touch, Bad Touch
- Grades 6-12: What is Consent?
- College: Sports Culture, Consent, and Accountability
- A curated session based on your needs
would you like survivor input?
Would you like to have survivor input on a program, policy, idea, or process? We are available to help. As advocates and educators with personal experiences, we can add our perspective to your effort. If you want a survivor-centered approach in your work, please reach out to us for individualized feedback on your project.
For more information on creating an inclusive environment with a survivor-centered, trauma-informed approach, please view these guidelines.
Become an ally.
host a community event
CONTACT US TO PARTNER ON ANY OF THE FOLLOWING EVENTS. WE ARE ABLE TO PROVIDE RESOURCES, SUPPORT, AND RECOMMENDATIONS. WE ARE STRONGER TOGETHER.
host an advocacy event.
Do you have an idea for an advocacy event at your business, school, church, or in your community? We may partner with you! Sister Survivors are available as speakers.
have a movie night.
Many great resources pertaining to our work and our cause are available. Host a movie night and discussion around the sensitive topic of sexual violence using TAOS resources and conversation starters.
start a book club.
Along with powerful films about sexual assault and abuse, we can recommend numerous books pertaining to our work and cause.
Do you have a story to share?
We believe in the
power of stories
become a blog writer
advocate on social media.
STAY UP TO DATE ON GOVERNMENT ACTIONS, PETITIONS TO SIGN, & VOTING OPPORTUNITIES!
We are not a political organization, but we encourage survivor advocates to stay informed and active, and to make educated decisions at the polls.
Unfortunately, it’s not fake news. Read about current stories and initiate discussions on social media or in your community to help protect survivors.