MCASA E-lert: Rescind Marriage as a Defense to Sex Crimes

February 12 2021 - State Action Alert
Ask Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee Members to SUPPORT SB250 with NO amendments Currently, Maryland law allows marriage

MCASA E-lert: Tell MD Senators & Representatives: Survivors Need Relief

February 01 2021 - Federal Action Alert
Urge Maryland Senators & Representatives to enact a COVID package that meets the needs of sexual assault survivors  

MCASA E-Lert: Prohibit Law Enforcement from Using Their Power for Sexual Exploitation

January 27 2021 - State Action Alert
Ask House Judiciary Committee Members to SUPPORT HB411 Current Maryland law prohibits law enforcement from sexual activity with people

MCASA E-Lert: Prohibit Law Enforcement from Using Their Power for Sexual Assault

January 21 2021 - State Action Alert
Ask Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee Members to SUPPORT SB43 Current Maryland law prohibits law enforcement from sexual activity with

Rape Crisis Centers Air Public Service Announcement

October 29 2020 - Press Releases
Help for Sexual Assault Survivors Is Available Silver Spring, Md., October 29, 2020 —  The Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault (MCASA)

SAKI Information Lines Open

October 26 2020 - Press Releases
Silver Spring, Md., October 26, 2020 —  The Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault has opened dedicated hotlines for sexual

MCASA E-lert: Calls needed - Save VOCA

October 14 2020 - Federal Action Alert
Urge Senator Cardin and Senator Van Hollen to Prevent VOCA Cuts Yesterday the National Alliance to End Sexual Violence,

MCASA E-lert: Calls needed- Don’t let the Senate ignore survivors

October 14 2020 - Federal Action Alert
Urge Senator Cardin and Senator Van Hollen to help lead the way and pass the HEROES Act On October 1st,

MCASA E-Lert: Calls Needed - Urge Senators To Pass The Updated HEROES Act

October 06 2020 - Federal Action Alert
Urge Senator Cardin and Senator Van Hollen to help lead the way and pass the HEROES Act On October 1st,

MCASA in the News: Despite pandemic, help is still available to sexual assault survivors

August 14 2020 - MCASA in the News
Sexual assault is a traumatic experience that can leave survivors concerned about what they should do next. The questions and

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