Crime Victim Programs Ask Governor Hogan to Fill Temporary Gap in Funding

November 22 2021 - Press Releases
Rape Crisis Programs in Jeopardy Silver Spring, Md., November 22, 2021 —  A broad group of over thirty crime victim programs

Victim Services Funding Slashed Despite Massive State Budget Surplus

October 01 2021 - Press Releases
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: Friday, October 1, 2021 VICTIM SERVICES FUNDING SLASHED DESPITE MASSIVE STATE BUDGET SURPLUS LANHAM, MD – On Friday

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM)

April 01 2021 - Press Releases
Join MCASA in Preventing Sexual Violence and Supporting Sexual Assault Survivors Silver Spring, Md., April 1, 2021 — April is Sexual Assault

#StopAsianHate

March 26 2021 - Press Releases
MCASA Stands in Solidarity Against Racism Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic there has been an increase in hate crimes, hate speech,

MCASA & NAESV Celebrate American Rescue Plan Providing First COVID-19 Relief Funding for Survivors of Sexual Assault

March 12 2021 - Press Releases
Yesterday, President Biden signed the landmark American Rescue Plan, sending a clear message to survivors of sexual assault: we hear

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

Montgomery County Creates Guide on How to Access Sexual Assault Services During COVID-19 Pandemic

August 04 2020 - Press Releases
Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2020 - Montgomery County’s Victim Assistance and Sexual Assault Program (VASAP), part of the County&rsquo

MCASA opposes proposed rule that would shut out the vast majority of asylum seekers in the U.S.

July 20 2020 - Press Releases
The Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault strongly opposes a proposed federal rule because it eliminates necessary protections for

MCASA joins with other advocates against racial injustice and police brutality

June 02 2020 - Press Releases
Repeated violence against Black men and other people of color is part of our country’s persistent racism and

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