As a Board member, I am impressed with each Board member and employee of UCASA and their commitment and belief in the work of the organization. The people involved with UCASA really care about ending sexual assault in Utah and making sure that survivors of sexual assault are treated with fairness and get access to the resources and services they need.
I've been volunteering with the Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault for a year and love it. They provide fantastic programs and support to survivors across the state.
UCASA is an invaluable resource to our community. Extremely passionate and caring people are the backbone of this organization. They back up that passion with effectiveness and hard work. I am proud to volunteer with UCASA!
UCASA was so awesome to work with! They came onto our campus and helped us put on an awesome leadership conference! We could not have done it without them!
Thank you so much for the opportunity to help volunteering with UCASA. I had a great time volunteering with this great opportunity. I really believe that it's important to end sexual violence. Hope I can participate again.
I have volunteered three times with UCASA and each time I am amazed to hear the progress they are making as an organization. UCASA is a vital resource. They are doing essential work to end sexual violence in Utah.
UCASA is an essential resource in Utah and I appreciate the work they do. They attend many community events and are easily accessible. I had a great time volunteering with them.
I first heard of UCASA when I was looking into becoming a victim advocate. The 40-hour training that they provided was extremely useful and well worth every penny. Since then, I have seen this organization get involved in supporting important legislation, expand the trainings they offer, and get more involved in reaching out to communities throughout Utah. The work that they do is absolutely critical.
The information UCASA provides at events I have attended has far exceeded those of other organizations. While most are focused on reducing the shock factor that comes with information on sexual assault, UCASA provides thorough, helpful information to community members an survivors that we may never have otherwise acquired.
This organization has made serious progress with changing the culture and the way the community thinks about and approaches sexual assault. I was sexually assaulted several times in my life and never realized it until finally my boyfriend, a man I loved, didn't listen when I said no. Only then did I realize that the numerous experiences I'd endured before then were sexual assault and were something that society shouldn't and wouldn't have just dismissed as commonplace. Something I had a right to be upset about and to never tolerate again in the future.
This organization does a lot to help raise awareness, increase understanding, and help victims. It helps people realize that they can use their voice to make a difference and get involved and to impact change.