Welcome to our Sexual Violence Prevention Team Page
Community and Youth Surveys
The Rock County Sexual Violence Prevention Team has launched two community surveys. We are looking for community members to share with us what their perceptions of sexual violence are in Rock County. This information will also be used to help direct the future work of our team. The first survey is for community members that are 18 and over and can be found here. For your participation, you can be entered into a drawing for one of 2 $50 gift cards to Woodman’s. We also have a separate survey for youth in middle and high school and it can be found here. For youth participation, you can be entered into a drawing for one of two $50 Amazon gift cards. We look forward to sharing the information gathered and how it will impact the work that we do to prevent sexual violence in Rock County!
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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month
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In December of 2019, Janesville Mobilizing was awarded a Sexual Violence Prevention Program grant. This grant is for $70,000 a year for 4 years to prevent sexual violence in Rock County! We started meeting with a team of professionals and community members in February of 2020 and have been working through materials that will direct the work that we will be doing in the coming years.
The vision of the Rock County Sexual Violence Prevention Team is to create an equitable and safe Rock County.
Our mission is to reduce sexual violence in Rock County through targeted and evidence-based prevention by maximizing local and existing resources.
If you would like to join us please email email@example.com to be added to our mailing list and to get information on upcoming meetings.
Check out our consent campaign! What does consent mean to you? Do you talk to your kids about using their voices?