Arkansas Coalition Against Sexual Assault

Arkansas Coalition Against Sexual Assault

Phone: 1-501-246-3276, 1-800-656-4673 (Crisis Hotline)
Fax: 1-501-324-2236
Types of Services Offered: Information & Referral, Sexual Assault Services, Education & Training
Category: Non-Profit

We are a statewide coalition of individuals and organizations working together toward the elimination of sexual violence and advocating for sexual assault victims’ rights and services. ACASA provides cohesion, vision and resources to members, while working to change public attitudes and beliefs surrounding sexual violence issues.

Our Vision
We envision a world free of sexual violence in which men and women together assure that all human beings are treated with dignity and respect for their physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual integrity.

Our Mission Statement
Through collaborative action, the Arkansas Coalition Against Sexual Assault advocates for the rights and needs of persons affected by all forms of sexual violence.

Our Beliefs

  • Sexual assault is not the fault of the victim; it is a decision made by the perpetrator.
  • Most sexual violence is a crime of power and control, and as such, is a matter of social justice.
  • Social justice cannot be fully achieved as long as sexual violence is allowed to continue.
  • Societal attitudes, cultural beliefs and institutional practices that perpetuate sexual violence and other social injustices must be challenged and changed.
  • All survivors of sexual violence deserve full, compassionate responses and access to quality services.
  • Men and women must be partners in ending sexual violence.
  • Survivors have a right to determine their own course of action.
  • To impact the underlying causes of sexual violence, ownership must shift from social services to the community as a whole.
  • The efforts of those who provide services to victims should be honoredand supported.
  • Sexual Violence is a public health and safety issue and deserves the
  • complete attention of our elected officials.
**Updated as of 9/3/2020**

Some of the services and resources ACASA offers

Free for our members, our online training modules from basic advocacy for your Advocacy Certification, Sexual Assault Dynamics & Rape Culture, Sex Offender Typology, Trauma and Crisis, Healing and Self-Care an more.

The Anti-Human Trafficking Resource Program is a free, confidential resource for crisis centers and other victims of crime service agencies. The Resource Program provides access to the latest and best practices for identification, and assessment of human trafficking victims. The Resource Program also offers technical assistance and limited legal services. Please see below for more information.

Legal Courses
Law Enforcement Courses
and Other Trainings

**Updated as of 9/3/2020**

Monie Johnson

Kiah Hall

Kenny Smith


P.O Box 3837, Little Rock, Arkansas, ALASKA AND CONTINENTAL US

1-501-246-3276, 1-800-656-4673 (Crisis Hotline)


Children, Teens, Adults

sexual violence, sexual assault

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