There is a much larger debt than kindness that we owe sex crime victims brave enough to seek justice - we own them a skillful, effective response.

Sexual violence affects many aspects of a victim's life—including safety and health, family and work situations, and finances—and often leads to perplexing legal questions. To receive basic assistance, victims often must navigate a complicated maze of governmental and community agencies.

SARTs, or sexual assault response teams, help victims through the maze.

The SART Toolkit is a resource both for communities considering a SART response and communities that already have a coordinated response but want to make it better. Use it. Share it. Make it your own.

National SART Toolkit video
SARTs at Work

An introduction to the SART approach.

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