UCASA Webinar Series
Our webinar series exists to provide training and information to anyone who is interested in supporting our efforts to end sexual violence. Our webinar series features an extensive collection of presentations and training opportunities that focus on sexual violence advocacy, prevention, and treatment. We consistently add webinars and develop them as needed.
Our webinars are accessible to the public and members alike. All of our webinars offer certificates of completion and are approved for continuing education units (CEUs) through the Utah Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers.
All of our webinars are available on our YouTube Channel.
Our Lending Library exists to provide resources and information to anyone who is interested in supporting our efforts to end sexual violence. Our library features an extensive collection of books, films, and other materials –narrative and documentary - that focus on sexual violence advocacy, prevention, and treatment. Our library always welcomes donations of any materials that are relevant to the dialogue of sexual assault and gifts in kind are tax-deductible.
Our library is accessible to dues-paying members and non-member alike. However, as a benefit of membership in our coalition, dues-paying members of our coalition have access to all lending library materials free of charge. The standard checkout period is 2 weeks (14 days) regardless of membership status.
A catalog of all lending library materials is available on our UCASA store at UCASA.biz.
We are proud to publish a variety of reports and publications designed to provide resources and information to anyone who is interested in supporting efforts to end sexual violence in Utah. Our publications are designed to frame the issue of sexual violence, provide technical assistance and guidance to communities, organizations, and individuals who are working to end sexual violence. All of our publications are available in print and digital form upon request.
You may review our list of publications and download them digitally below.
Sexual Assault Counselor Training
The professionalism and expertise of sexual assault advocates are essential to maintaining clients' privacy. The Utah Confidential Communications Act requires that sexual assault advocates have forty hours of sexual assault specific advocacy training. Conversations with victims or alleged victims are privileged only if the advocate has completed forty hours of sexual violence specific training. We collaborate with local and regional care personnel to provide our Sexual Assault Counselor Training.