Programs and Projects

GCASAFV Regional Summit 2011, Creating Safe, Healthy, & Violence-Free Island Communities

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Community Advocate Training (CAT) Project

The CAT Project aims to build the Coalition’s capacity to effectively provide victim services influenced by evidence-based strategies and best practices relating to SA and DV issues; develop a pool of trained, culturally competent community presenters, and; support Guam’s underserved multi-ethnic communities with information on criminal sexual conduct and domestic violence laws, victim rights, and service resources.




Capacity Building and Training (CBT) Project

A critical element in the development of the Coalition as a functional force within the island community involves fulfilling its goal to provide member agencies and community partners with the technical support necessary to move their respective SA and DV programs forward. Through the CBT Project, the Coalition continues to work to build the capacity of its member agencies and community groups to improve services to victims of SA/DV in our island community.


Guam Coalition Against Sexual Assault & Family Violence

Annual Conference 2010

August 13 & 14, Westin Resort, Guam.




STOP Violence Against Women (VAW) Project

The project supports specific Coalition activities in increasing awareness on sexual assault and family violence. These activities include TV/radio media campaigns and educational presentations at the Guam Community College.

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